The ATHLETE project follows 80,000 pairs of mothers and children across Europe to measure how the exposome affects their health. This video illustrates how ATHLETE can help us better [...]
Children from 2 different schools will participate as citizen scientists and co-design interventions to reduce air pollution exposure during school travel. [...]
The first edition of the European Human Exposome Network (EHEN) newsletter is here! Download the newsletter to learn more about EHEN, the world’s largest network of projects [...]
DataSHIELD is an infrastructure and series of R packages that enables the remote and non-disclosive analysis of sensitive research data. Users are not required to have prior knowledge of [...]
JUST IN: a new study in children provides valuable information for detecting associations at the molecular level between diseases & environmental exposures.
The new paper led by ISGlobal is a great example of how the ATHLETE Project is decoding the Human Exposome. A new study in children gives valuable [...]
How does early-life exposure to environmental pollutants affect our health? New flyer and video from the ATHLETE project.
The flyer and the video illustrate how ATHLETE can help us better understand how environmental pollutants affect our health over a lifetime and how we can prevent this from [...]
Understanding the Human Exposome’s effect on our health can aid the EU in reaching its Zero Pollution ambition. Pollution harms our health and knows no borders. It [...]
Decoding the exposome: the biggest influencer on health! You can now register for this online event. Please do so before June 10th, 17h CET. Poster Session During lunch, [...]
With over 300 registered international participatns, the event was a total success! This initiative was funded by the ISGlobal Severo Ochoa Programme, the ISGlobal Exposome Hub, and ATHLETE project. Click here to [...]