Exposure Assessment

Recent advancements in environmental-monitoring technology have improved environmental exposure assessment. Rather than pitting monitoring technologies against one another, varied approaches should be integrated to maximize spatial and temporal resolutions, minimize missing data, and reduce exposure misclassification in health research and risk communication. Dr. Cromar and his team are improving exposure assessment data for scientific research and building capacity for a wide range of stakeholders to employ state-of-the-art exposure assessment tools in management and policymaking.

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Blog
/ Aug 18,2022

Cromar Speaks On Collaboration with Stakeholders

To Address Children’s Health Risks from Outdoor Air Pollution

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Blog
/ Jun 02,2022

Noussair Lazrak and Laura Gladson Present At

ATS Conference

more on: air quality
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Blog
/ Jan 26,2022

Kevin Cromar Speaks On Growing Access

To Data Products For Health and Air Quality Applications

more on: air quality, data
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Blog
/ Aug 04,2021

Kevin Cromar Awarded Funding from NASA

Improving Utilization of NASA Health and Air Quality Data

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Blog
/ Mar 02,2021

Kevin Cromar Receives NASA Funding

to Work with Air Quality Agencies in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

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