Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Exposome’s 10th Year in Review

The momentum of exposome research is building with each of the past few years offering advancements to the conversation, technologies, analytic methods, funding opportunities, etc. The past year was no exception. Exposome Gaining Attention January 2015 kicked off with an NIEHS (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences) sponsored workshop on the exposome. Pre-meeting and at-meeting […]

Capturing Genome x Exposome Interactions

As the push for exposome research grows, more examples are needed of studies that have successfully captured cumulative exposures and related biological responses while considering the baseline genetic background. In a recent paper published in Current Environmental Health Reports, Chirag Patel, publisher of the first environmental-wide association study (EWAS), describes the challenges of exposome characterization […]