September 28, 2022

Metabolomic Links Between Environmental Exposures and Human Health

LIVE WebinarThursday, November 18, 202111:00 AM – 12:30 PM Eastern TimeRegister NowThroughout their lifetimes, individuals are exposed to a range of environmental elements, including chemicals, biological representatives, and radiation. The exposome represents the mix of all environmental exposures over a lifetime and their effects on human health. Because people are exposed to an intricate mix of environmental aspects every day, it is not minor for scientists to recognize substances that are harmful for human health. In this webinar given you by The Scientist, Lauren Petrick and Vrinda Kalia will describe how they apply untargeted metabolomics to determine how external factors such as pesticides and heavy metals affect life in the world. Subjects to be coveredConnecting youth leukemia to metabolites in newborn dried blood spotsThe effects of heavy metals on the pregnant and adolescent metabolomeA metabolomic link in between DDT and Alzheimers Disease, and its ties to tau toxicityRegister NowMeet the Speakers: Lauren Petrick, PhDAssociate ProfessorIcahn School of MedicineMount Sinai Health SystemVrinda Kalia, MPH, PhD Postdoctoral Research ScientistDepartment of Environmental Health SciencesMailman School of Public HealthColumbia UniversitySponsored by

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