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Personal Exposure Assessment

Exposure Biology Program

Traditionally accepted tools for exposure assessment provided useful but limited information.  In general, these sensors provided information for only a small number of analytes with limited temporal or spatial information and were so obtrusive that compliance became challenging  in population-based based studies.  In recent years, new biomedical and computational advances have led to a remarkable growth in sensor technologies for exposure assessment.  The goal of the Exposure Biology Personal Exposure Assessment Program has been to adapt existing laboratory-based sensor technologies for use outside the laboratory to develop a next generation of sensors that enable near real-time monitoring of multiple analytes simultaneously in a minimally intrusive, integrated device.




Project TitlePrincipal InvestigatorInstitution
Enzyme Based Wearable Environmental Sensor Badge for Personal Exposure AssessmentMarkus ErbeldingerAgentase, LLC
A Wearable Wireless System for Real-Time Monitoring of Chemical ToxicantsNongiian TaoArizona State University-Tempe Campus
Smart Miniaturized personal monitors for black carbon and multiple air pollutantsSteven N. ChillrudColumbia Univ New York Morningside
Rapid Allergenic Particle Identification (RAPID)Kenneth L. ShepardColumbia University Health Sciences
Personal Aerosol Sensor Platform to Link Children's Exposures to Asthma SeverityCharles Eric RodesResearch Triangle Institute
Wearable Nanosensor Array for Real-Time Monitoring of Diesel and Gasoline ExhaustAshok MulchandaniUniversity of California Riverside
Development and Field Test of a Positional Tagging Miniature Personal Sensor forSang Young SonUniversity of Cincinnati
A VOC Dosimeter Based On A Colorimetric Sensor ArrayKenneth S. SuslickUniversity of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

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