Lifetime Exposures and Human Health: The Exposome


The Risks of Lifetime Environmental Exposures Explored at YSPH Model

All of us live in a “soup” of environmental exposures—chemical substances as ubiquitous as smoke, radon gas, processed foods, lead and the chemical treatments found in clothing and furniture, as well as exposures from the microbiome and societal stressors.

April 19, 2017
Winslow Auditorium, Room 109, LEPH, 60 College St, New Haven, CT 06510


Noon - Gwen W. Collman, Director, Division of Extramural Research and Training, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (KEYNOTE)
“The Exposome-Revealing the Environment’s Role in Health”

1:00 PM - Dean P. Jones, Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Emory University 
“Daily Exposures, Lifetime Memory: Sequencing the Exposome”

1:45 PM - Chirag J. Patel, Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Informatics, Harvard Medical School
“Challenges and promises of building a search engine for exposures in disease”

2:30 PM - Coffee 

2:45 PM - Toby J. Athersuch, Lecturer in Environmental Toxicology, Department of Surgery and Cancer, Imperial College London
“Oscillating Wildly? Characterizing Metabolic Phenotypic Variability in the Human Exposome”

3:30 PM - David F. Grant, Associate Professor, School of Pharmacy, University of Connecticut 
“High-throughput structure identification for metabolome and exposome analysis: How can we get there?”

4:15 PM - Roundtable with all speakers 

Hosted by Professors Vasilis Vasiliou and Caroline Johnson

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