- Gary Miller, Ph.D., Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Public Health and Associate Dean for Research, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, USA
This systematic introduction considers topics of managing and integrating exposome data (including maps, models, computation, and systems biology), "-omics"-based technologies, and more. Both students and scientists in disciplines including toxicology, environmental health, epidemiology, and public health will benefit from this rigorous yet readable overview.
The intended audience for this book is graduate students and professional scientists interested in environmental mediators of disease. These include students and scientists from such disciplines as toxicology, environmental health sciences, epidemiology, genetics, public health, medicine, and nursing.
- Published: December 2013
- Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
- ISBN: 978-0-12-417217-3
Table of Contents1. The exposome: purpose, definition, and scope
2. When the genome falls short: limitations of a gene-centric view of health
3. Omic-based technologies and their impact on the exposome
4. The exposome in environmental health sciences and related disciplines
5. Managing and integrating exposome data: maps, models, computation, and systems biology
6. An exposome education: university and community-the practical exposome
7. Staging the exposome: a vision for international collaboration