The exposome concept refers to the totality of environmental exposures from conception onwards, and is a novel approach to studying the role of the environment in human disease.

The EXPOsOMICS project aims to develop a new approach to assess environmental exposures, primarily focusing on air pollution and water contaminants. Using ‘omic’ techniques the collected exposure data can be linked to biochemical and molecular changes in our body. The results will help to improve our understanding on how these pollutants influence the risk of developing chronic diseases. 

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Project partners

The collaborative activities of the EXPOsOMICS research have been divided amongst twelve of the world's leading organisations in the field, each with extensive experience and expertise.

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  • Date: 26 Jun, 2016

    The 39th Annual UKEMS conference to be held at King's College London is now fast approaching and will be held on Sunday 26th June until Wednesday 29th June. Full details of the conference can be found on the website...