HERCULES Investigator, Eri Saikawa, was profiled by the American Association for the Advancement of Science for her recent work on environmental health and COVID-19, using lessons from her HERCULES Pilot Project on soil lead contamination in west Atlanta. “Environmental Scientist Eri Saikawa Takes Lessons from Lead Contamination Crisis to Help Tackle the Next, COVID-19″ by […]
The Exposome: Capturing the totality of environmental exposures across the lifetime to better understand the environment’s contribution to health and disease.
HERCULES Investigator Victor Corces, a world-renowned geneticist and distinguished Emory educator, was elected to the prestigious National Academy of Sciences. Read the full story in the Emory News Center.
The two communities that entered our Clarence Shaheed Dubois Exposome Roadshow and Community Grant Program in its inaugural year completed the 3 year program on March 31, 2020! Each community came together to identify an exposome-related health priority at an Exposome Roadshow Workshop, organized around that health priority using a Planning Grant, put their plan […]
In work partially funded by HERCULES, Yang Liu is collaborating with NASA to map the impact of air pollution on health. Read the full story in the Emory News Center.