IRSS Webinar: Exposomes and Exposomics in Inhalation Toxicology, February 14


 IRSS Webinar:

Exposomes and Exposomics in Inhalation Toxicology

 February 14 (Tuesday) at 2:00 pm EST

Overall time duration: 45 mins and 15 mins for discussions



Gary W. Miller, PhD
Professor, Rollins School of Public Health,  Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia


 Salient Features of the Webinar:

Exposome is defined as the measure of all the exposures of an individual in a lifetime and how those exposures relate to health (CDC). The exposome encompasses life-course environmental exposures (including lifestyle factors) from the prenatal period onwards. It is the cumulative measure of environmental influences and associated biological responses throughout the lifespan, including exposures from the environment, diet, behavior, and endogenous processes. This webinar will provide the state-of-the-art approaches as well as the recent developments on exposomes and exposomics in inhalation toxicological sciences. Further, it will provide the information on the role of the exposome and genome (exposomics) and their interplay in life-course health and disease by integrating inhalation toxicology.



The webinar is structured to be of interest to a broad range of SOT members. 

 **Registration for this event is required.**

Event number: 739 978 018

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