We are developing novel and comprehensive methods to quantify the exposome, including nutrition, social risk factors, and chemical exposure. We are developing methods for both the internal and external exposome in parallel.
Accelerating innovation in environmental sciences
Institute members have an outstanding track record of collaborative research. Highlighted multi-investigator projects include: the Transdisciplinary Center on Health Effects of Early Environmental Exposures (TCEEE), Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO), Children’s Health Exposure Analysis Resource (CHEAR), Programming Research in Obesity, Growth, Environment and Social Stress (PROGRESS), and the Metals Assessment Targeting Community Health (MATCH). Participating laboratories are The Senator Frank R. Lautenberg Health Sciences Laboratory and the Physiological Assessment of Children’s Environmental Risk (PACER) Laboratory.