The Exposome: Capturing the totality of environmental exposures across the lifetime to better understand the environment’s contribution to health and disease.

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Eri Saikawa and Rosario Hernandez featured on NIEHS Podcast

In this episode of NIEHS’s Podcast, Environmental Health Chat, HERCULES Investigator Eri Saikawa and Rosario Hernandez, Executive Director of Historic Westside Gardens, discuss their partnership that was initiated with a HERCULES Pilot Award. They work with residents living in Atlanta’s Westside community to test their soil for lead and other contaminants and raise awareness of […]

HERCULES collaborative publication: “They Kept Going for Answers”: Knowledge, Capacity, and Environmental Health Literacy in Michigan’s PBB Contamination

The HERCULES Community Engagement Core partnered with the PBB Research Team and community partners, researchers at the University of Michigan’s P30 Center, and an oral historian at Central Michigan University to analyze oral histories from those who experienced the PBB contamination that occurred in Michigan in 1973. Their analysis suggests the importance of integrated frameworks […]

Applications Open for Exposome Roadshow and Community Grant Program

Read more about the program below, on our website, and here. If you are interested in applying, register here to attend the informational webinar on June 13th, 6-7pm. Webinar attendees will receive an application, which will be due June 30th. If you have additional questions, email Interested? Wondering how this program would work in […]