HERCULES Early Career Researcher and Emory Rollins Assistant Professor Stephanie Eick was recently named as an advisor to the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Science Advisory Committee for Chemicals. This committee provides independent scientific and technical advice to the EPA on its implementation of policies related to the control of toxic substances. To learn more […]
The Exposome: Capturing the totality of environmental exposures across the lifetime to better understand the environment’s contribution to health and disease.
Congratulations to HERCULES Researcher and Emory Rollins School of Public Health Assistant Professor, Donghai Liang, and Environmental Health Sciences Doctoral Student, Kaitlin Taibl, whose recent publication was recognized by the NIEHS Environmental Factor as an Extramural Paper of the Month. They used metabolomics to understand the biology underlying the demonstrated relationship between prenatal exposures to […]
In May, Alma College hosted a commemoration event to honor those who advocated for Michigan residents impacted by the largest food contamination in US history and to highlight the ongoing commitment to understand the long-term impacts and protect the environment from such disasters in the future. HERCULES Researcher and Emory Rollins School of Public Health […]
NIEHS recently released a podcast series on the exposome featuring HERCULES scientist Doug Walker and CEC Director Melanie Pearson. Read the episode descriptions below and listen to the episodes here! Part 1: Doug Walker Part 2 – Melanie Pearson The Exposome and Health (Part 1) We are exposed […]