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18 February 2021
18 February 2021

HEAP in 10 - Watch this short presentation for an overview of the project

Thanks to Zisis Kozlakidis for his presentation on HEAP to IARC colleagues at the IARC...

22 December 2020
22 December 2020

Collaboration despite COVID - and testing times for the fledgling HEAP Platform

Report from the Bring Your Own Data workshop: Researchers had their first chance to upload...

22 December 2020
22 December 2020

Who's bringing the data? Meet the HEAP "Personas"

Report from the Bring Your Own Data workshop: One of the aims of the Bring...

09 December 2020
09 December 2020

Prepare to test! HEAP's first Bring Your Own Data workshop

The partners in the HEAP Consortia will gather for a three-day, virtual Hackathon event from...

22 October 2020
22 October 2020

The HEAP interview - Allison Zhang on Personal Exposome Monitors (PEMs)

We talk to Allison Zhang, a postdoctoral scholar who is working on a HEAP project...

A new round up of #exposome events available from the European Human Exposome Network website, be sure to bookmark!
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Podcast: Dr. Massimo Breccia discusses his top highlights of the data and findings from the CML scientific sessions at the ASH 2020.


HEAP is a 5-year project funded by the European Union (EU) Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme. The project’s 12 Work Packages will be delivered by a consortium of partners, including some of Europe’s leading medical universities and research institutions. As one of nine projects in the European Human Exposome Network, HEAP is committed to collaboration and to sharing results and outcomes.


The HEAP informatics platform will bring data and research together to provide an open resource for scientists and policy-makers across the world. 


HEAP is a system for analysing exposome data. The data come from large groups of people, or data cohorts.


The data will be used for ethical research, using the latest scientific methods, to help improve understanding of the environmental factors that affect human health.


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