- Marike Kolossa-Gering, Umweltbundesamt (UBA), Germany
- European Comission (Horizon 2020)
The objective of this new initiative, co-funded by Horizon 2020, is to generate knowledge about human exposure to chemicals in Europe and the potential health impacts of such exposure.
Starting on 1 January 2017, the five-year programme, which has been allocated a budget of more than €74 million, will bring together the work of over 100 European institutions in 26 countries. The Barcelona Institute for Global Health, acting as a third party linked to the Carlos III Health Institute, has been tasked with developing a statistical plan and coordinating the analysis of the data collected.
Biomonitoring allows us to identify and eliminate possible sources of exposure, to study the relationships between pollutants and their health effects, to identify population groups vulnerable to specific pollutants and to prioritise the environmental health research agenda. The knowledge generated by this programme is needed to inform the development and implementation of policies that will effectively safeguard the health of the population.
Principal Investigator (IP)
- Martine Vrijheid Research Professor
Altres projectesVeure projectes passats
Towards the elimination of iodine deficiency and preventable thyroid-related diseases in Europe
Early Genetics Growth/Early Genetics and Lifecourse Epidemiology
Air Pollution, Autism spectrum disorders, and brain imaging in CHildren amongst Europe
Urban environment and childhood obesity in Catalonia
Endocrine Disruptors and Childhood Lung Function and Asthma
Early-life stressors and LifeCycle health
Long-chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids and Adolescent Brain Development: A Dietary Intervention
Exposiciones ambientales a edad temprana y riesgo cardiovascular del adolescente
ÁCIDOS GRASOS, POLUCIÓN ATMOSFÉRICA Y DESARROLLO NEUROPSICOLÓGICO
Science and Technology in childhood Obesity Policy
Integrating Environment and Health Research: a Vision for the EU