“Lessons Learned for Developing an “Exposome” for Children’s Cohort Studies: Challenges and Successes in Applying new Methods for Assessment, Integration, and Analytics”
Dr. Elaine Faustman
Dr. Elaine Faustman is a toxicologist and Professor in the UW Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences. She is also...
Symposium to Facilitate Community-Researcher Collaborations featuring Linda Birnbaurm (NIEHS)
The PBB to PFAS Symposium will provide a unique venue for fostering collaboration between researchers and community members with:...
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Michigan Center on Lifestage Environmental Exposures and Disease (M-LEEaD) is a National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Core Center. M-LEEaD improves our understanding of the contribution of environmental exposures toward the etiology of chronic diseases and conditions like asthma, neurodegenerative diseases, metabolic syndrome and prematurity. The M-LEEaD Center supports research in environmental health sciences with three Facility Cores: Integrated Health Sciences Core (IHSC), Exposure Assessment Core (EAC) and Omics and Bioinformatics Core (OBIC).