To mark this 50th anniversary, the Royal Society of Medicine, is hosting a two day workshop on 13-14 October 2016, to be held at the same venue of the Bradford Hill lecture in 1965. A strong line-up of renowned...
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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A Systematic Comparison of Linear Regression- Based Statistical Methods to Assess Exposome-Health Associations
Background: The exposome constitutes a promising framework to better understand the effect of ...
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