European Human Exposome network
The European Human Exposome Network is the world’s largest network of projects studying the impact of environmental exposure on human health.
It brings together 9 research projects, receiving over €100 million from Horizon 2020, the EU’s framework program for research and innovation. This network addresses issues such as exposures to air quality, noise, chemicals, urbanization and health impacts. The network results will contribute to advancing the European Green Deal’s ambition to protect citizens’ health and well-being from pollution and environmental deterioration by providing new evidence for better preventive policies.
The European Human Exposome Network received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreements No: 874627 (EXPANSE), 874662 (HEAP), 874724 (Equal-Life), 874703 (EPHOR), 874739 (LONGITOOLS), 874583 (ATHLETE), 874864 (HEDIMED), 874753 (REMEDIA) and 874707 (EXIMIOUS)
consists of the 9 following European funded projects:
Advancing tools for human early lifecourse exposome research and translation.
Exposome project for health and occupational research.
Early environmental quality and life-course mental health effects.
Mapping exposure-induced immune effects: connecting the exposome and the immunome.
Exposome powered tools for healthy living in urban settings.
Human exposome assessment platform.
Human exposomic determinants of immune mediated diseases.
Dynamic longitudinal exposome trajectories in cardiac and metabolic non-communicable diseases.
Impact of exposome on the course of lung diseases