Updates

How do multiple environmental exposures affect suicide risk?

Amanda Bakian, PhD, a Research Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and CEEHI member, plans to find out. In a recently funded study (NIH NIEHS R01) entitled “The influence of multiple environmental exposures on suicide risk“, Dr. Bakian and her team will use data-intensive methods to gain insight into the nature of gene-environment interactions …

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Real-time remote sensing of air quality in mongolia

Remote locations pose particular challenges for air quality sensing. Phil Lundrigan, a CEEHI member, University of Utah graduate, and Brigham Young University faculty member, recently led an effort to deploy a network of home-based sensors in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. You can read more about this interesting case in remote air quality monitoring in his recent IEEE …

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Informatics Ecosystem

The NIH Pediatric Research using Integrated Sensor Monitoring Systems (PRISMS) program (http://www.nibib.nih.gov/research-funding/prisms) was launched in 2015 to develop sensor-based, integrated health monitoring systems for measuring environmental, physiological, and behavioral factors in epidemiological studies of pediatric asthma and other chronic diseases. The University of Utah was funded by NIH/NIBIB to develop an informatics ecosystem under this …

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What is Exposure Health Informatics?

There is increasingly persuasive evidence that health and wellness are the result of a complex interactive process between the cumulative effects of multiple environmental exposures (chemical, physical [air, noise, etc.], biological, social, and psychological), lifestyle and behavior, health care, and genetic susceptibility. These factors influence health throughout the life course, in positive (health) or negative …

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Become a member

We invite faculty, students, and staff to become members of CEEHI. To apply for membership, please complete this form: https://utahnursing.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b0YdET9Rke2HYi1 You will be asked to provide a brief description (150 words or less) of you and your research interests as they relate to CEEHI, and upload an NIH biosketch or CV. We also request a …

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Kickoff Meeting

The CEEHI kickoff meeting was held on November 5 2019. Leadership positions: Kathy Sward & Julio Facellie, Co-Directors. Scott Collingwood: Associate Director for Outreach. Ram Gouripeddi and Chris Reilly: Associate Directors for Research Kerry Kelly and Catherine Staes: Associate Directors for Student Involvement Mollie Cummins: Membership Committee chair