Advancing tools for human early lifecourse exposome research and translation

Children are particularly vulnerable to environmental hazards. ATHLETE will measure many environmental exposures (urban, chemical, lifestyle and social risk factors) during pregnancy, childhood, and adolescence. This “early-life exposome” will then be linked to children’s biological responses and cardiometabolic, respiratory, and mental health. The results will help us to better understand and prevent health damage from environmental agents and their mixtures, from the earliest parts of the life course onward.

Prof Martine Vrijheid
Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), Spain
  • Barcelona Institute for Global Health, Spain (Project Coordinator)
  • Bettair Cities SL, Spain
  • Bradford Teaching Hospitals, United Kingdom
  • Brunel University London, United Kingdom
  • Erasmus University Medical Centre Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • French Agency for Environmental and Occupational Health Safety (ANSES), France
  • French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM), Grenoble, Rennes, France
  • Hasselt University, Belgium
  • Health and Environment Alliance, Belgium
  • Hospital Sant Joan de Déu, Spain
  • Imperial College London, United Kingdom
  • National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), Grenoble, Paris, France
  • National Institute of Public Health, Norway
  • National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), Netherlands
  • Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom
  • University Medical Center Groningen, Netherlands
  • University of Copenhagen, Denmark
  • University of Crete, Greece
  • University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
  • University of Southern California, United States of America
  • University of Turin, Italy
  • Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
January 29, 2020