The Exposome Collaborative @
Johns Hopkins University
The Exposome Collaborative at Johns Hopkins University was funded in January 2019. Its purpose is to congregate the intellectual and material resources housed under the various disciplines within environmental health sciences and engineering and to evaluate the exposome in a holistic manner.
Goals of The Exposome Collaborative at JHU:
- Bring together expertise in all the different disciplines needed to better characterize the exposome in human health studies.
- Develop the needed tools and analyses for exposome assessment.
JHU Exposome Collaborative Launch Event
November 8, 2019
Steering Committee & Principal Investigators
Founder: Gurumurthy Ramachandran, PhD
Founder: Thomas Hartung, MD, PhD
Director: Fenna Sillé, PhD
Associate Director: Alex Maertens, PhD