Profiling Environmental Exposures in Human Cohort Data

6 May 2024

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A thought-provoking “Profiling Environmental Exposures in Human Cohort Data” workshop was organized at EMBL Heidelberg. Co-organised by Oliver Stegle (EMBL Heidelberg), Annette Peters (Helmholtz Munich) and Amy Foreman (EMBL-EBI), the workshop brought together experts across environmental epidemiology, exposomics, metabolomics, toxicology, fundamental biology, and genomics to discuss current efforts and future needs to capture environmental exposure impacts on human health.

Through a series of presentations and discussions, a range of topics from DNA methylation and microbiome-mediated drug metabolism to identifying markers of disease including depression and cancer were explored. The workshop was a great opportunity for knowledge exchange and sparked a number of collaborative opportunities going forward.

EIRENE was represented by the National Nodes - Austria (Benedikt Warth), Czech Republic (Jana Klánová and Elliott Price), France (Robert Barouki), Spain (Lea Maitre) and Sweden (Jonathan Martin). 

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