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Your Environment. Your Health.

Telomeres as Sentinels for Environmental Exposures, Psychosocial Stress, and Disease Susceptibility

September 6 – 7, 2017
NIEHS, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

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Meeting Purpose

This meeting brought together experts in fundamental telomere biology, epidemiology, clinical practice and social sciences to discuss the current state of the field and ways the status of telomeres can be used to understand exposures and susceptibility (e.g., as indicators of exposure and or susceptibility) in population-based research.

National Institute on Aging

This meeting was co-sponsored by NIEHS and the National Institute on Aging.

Meeting Materials

Please review the meeting book(1MB) for an agenda, abstracts, biographies and a bibliography.
Please note the meeting book bibliography(168KB) has now been updated.

Questions?

For questions that can't be answered by the content of this website, please contact Michelle L. Heacock (919-541-7824). For logistical questions, please contact Suzanne France (919-794-4700).