2022 kicks off the inaugural Exposome Day. Established on the second Wednesday in May at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Exposome Day is an opportunity to build awareness about how the environment shapes health, from pregnancy through adulthood, as well as the health of future generations.
From the Air We Breathe to the Food We Eat: Uncovering the Potential of the Exposome to Understand Health
Learn how the science of exposomics is transforming our understanding of environmental exposures on health trajectories, both for children and adults. The exposome represents the totality of life course environmental exposures (including lifestyle and other non-genetic factors), from the prenatal period onwards. Exposomics presents enormous promise for the treatment and prevention of complex and multifactorial diseases.
The Learning Hub is a resource for families and communities to learn strategies to prevent or reduce harmful environmental exposures. New Learning Hub features include articles on stress and tick prevention. See latest resources: