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New frontiers in exposome research - the promise of informatics and precision medicine

The next frontier of exposome research will focus on genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics, and...

HEAP symposium – “Biobanking and the exposome”

As part of HEAP's "Symposium Highlights" series, Kurt Zatloukal, Head of the Diagnostic and Research...

Presenting the HEAP "Symposium Highlights" series

HEAP “Symposium Highlights” showcases the presentations from the “Frontiers in Human Exposome Research” symposium, hosted...

European data cohorts - HEAP and EHEN launch questionnaire on participant consent and governance

The HEAP project is reaching out to data cohort “owners” across Europe to invite them...

HEAP symposium - "Measuring the exposome - delusion or next frontier?"

Is it even possible to measure the exposome? The HEAP Symposium 2022 (on-line, free to attend)...

TEDx talk - the case for a data driven approach to health policy

The notion of sharing data during public health emergencies is generally accepted, and has been...

The HEAP interview - Ville Pimenoff on data cohorts

We talk to Ville Pimenoff, Senior Research Fellow at Karolinska Institute in Sweden who is the...

Video explainer - key features of the HEAP platform for researchers

The HEAP You Tube channel launches with a handy video guide for exposome researchers! The...

Registration open for IDESP #Exposome Symposium on 20th-21st October 2022 in Montpellier, France.
@heimomueller @ZKozlakidis presentating from HEAP
👉 https://t.co/K1nvJo6yxm https://t.co/JmmsVtxiFY
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Thanks you all for this important event. I was so proud of our @LongITools “scientists4policies” @ana_lg_soares @RachelClimie 👌👏👏👏 https://t.co/4g6elnxVD1

HEAP Symposium highlights from @MedUniGraz@DillnerJoakim explores the potential of informatics for Precision Medicine, and the next frontier of #exposome research.
"New frontiers in exposome research" - Joakim Dillner https://t.co/MtEOprQu3f via @YouTube


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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