Mapping Exposure-Induced Immune Effects: Connecting the Exposome and the Immunome

Immune-mediated disorders: take-aways from the 2nd EXIMIOUS Symposium

16 February 2022

We’re happy to announce that the EXIMIOUS profile paper “The EXIMIOUS project—Mapping exposure-induced immune effects: connecting the exposome and the
immunome” has been published online in Environmental Epidemiology. It provides a comprehensive overview of the consortium’s aims, the type of data that will be collected, the overall approach and diverse methodologies used to identify immune fingerprints that reflect a person’s lifetime exposome or that are early predictors of disease.

Read the full paper to learn more about how our consortium brings together experts in immunology, toxicology, occupational health, clinical medicine, exposure science, epidemiology, bioinformatics, and sensor development that will study eleven European study populations covering the entire lifespan, including prenatal life.

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