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Resources Environmental Health Language Collaborative

Getting Started

Browse the EHS Ontology Resource Catalog, a compilation of organizations, ontologies/terminologies, and tools useful to harmonizing environmental health research.

Past Events

EHLC Virtual Workshop 2023 – Sharing Your Environmental Health Sciences (EHS) Data: Metadata, Standards, and Tools (January 13, 19, and February 1, 2023)

CANUE – The Canadian Urban Environmental Health Research Consortium (December 16, 2022)

Environmental Health Language Collaborative (EHLC) – Biolink Webinar (October 7, 2022)

EHLC Occupational History Webinar - Best Practices and Tools for Collecting, Coding, and Using Occupational Information

Environmental Health Language Collaborative (EHLC) - Use Case Champions Webinar (April 4, 2022)

Knowledge Bases As a Tool to Understand the Intersection of Genes, Phenotypes, and Environment (December 10, 2021)

Catalyzing Knowledge-driven Discovery in Environmental Health Sciences Through a Harmonized Language (September 9-10, 2021)

A Primer on Using Terminologies, Vocabularies, and Ontologies for Knowledge Organization (July 20, 2021)

The Value of Creating Language and Community in Catalyzing Knowledge-Driven Discovery in Environmental Health Research (June 24, 2021)

Computable Exposures Workshop (September 9 – 10, 2019)

Workshop for the Development of a Framework for Environmental Health Science Language (September 15 – 16, 2014)

Recommended Reading

Gain further insights on the value of terminologies to environmental health science research.

Adverse Outcome Pathways and Aggregate Exposure Pathways

Environmental Epidemiology


Integrative Platforms


Recommended Viewing

These recordings are from other events related to the development and/or application of a harmonized language.


Please submit any resources you would like to see added to Stephanie Holmgren, Office of Data Science.
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