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Validation Methods

Exposure Biology Program

Research efforts have validated exposure assessment technologies and candidate biomarkers in small population studies. This research has added value to all of the Exposure Biology programs by establishing connections that facilitate employing new exposure technologies in large-scale epidemiological studies. The Exposure Biology Validation program supports the synthesis of exposure and response data to establish predictable relationships between the two and to better define their impact on overall health outcomes.

Grantees

Project TitlePrincipal InvestigatorInstitution
Validation of a Genomic Biomarker of Response to Environmental Tobacco SmokeAvrum E. SpiraBoston University Medical Campus
Validating Particulate Matter Monitors for Multiple ParametersSteven N. ChillrudColumbia Univ New York Morningside
Deiodinase Activity as a Biomarker of Response to Brominated Flame RetardantsHealther M. StapletonDuke University
Validation of a Robotic Surrogate for Measurement of Early Childhood Personal ExpStuart Lloyd ShalatRobert Wood Johnson Medical School
Telomere Length as a Biological Marker of Allostatic Load in ChildrenKatherine P. TheallTulane University of Louisiana
Validating the CalFit Smartphone Sensor in Two Epidemiological InvestigationsMichael JerrettUniversity of California Berkeley
Field Validation of a Personal Sensor for Ultrafine PM in Asthmatic ChildrenSang Young SonUniversity of Cincinnati
Field Validation of New XRF Analyzers: Assessing Personal Exposure to MetalsPatrick Jeremy ParsonsWadsworth Center

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