Early Career Investigator, Melissa Smarr, was honored in the August Pediatrics Research edition for an article regarding acetaminophen use during pregnancy and fetal growth. Dr. Smarr was asked to write a commentary about her journey as a new investigator and was interviewed for the Pediatrics Research podcast, “Pediapod.”
The Exposome: Capturing the totality of environmental exposures across the lifetime to better understand the environment’s contribution to health and disease.
Emory University’s HERCULES Exposome Research Center funded a community-engaged pilot project investigating urban soil contamination in Atlanta. The study has led to an EPA site investigation and is an example of how partnering with communities strengthens science and expands its impact.
The Department of Environmental Health is currently conducting two faculty searches. Read here for full information on the Environmental Health position, and here for full information on the Environmental Epidemiology position. RECRUITMENT OF FACULTY IN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH The Department of Environmental Health (www.sph.emory.edu/eh) at the Rollins School of Public Health of Emory University in Atlanta, […]
The HERCULES Community Engagement Core created an infographic series about everyday chemicals found in our exposomes. This infographic focuses on the common toxicants found in our homes.