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The EU Green Deal calls for a strategy to protect citizens’ health and well-being from pollution and environmental deterioration. The strategy will address air and water quality, dangerous chemicals, industrial emissions, pesticides and endocrine disruptors. In this context, a better understanding of the Human Exposome will enable better disease prevention and health promotion.

The European Human Exposome Network combines nine research projects funded under Horizon 2020, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation. The Human Exposome is the study of how elements we are exposed to via our diet, lifestyle and the environment we live and work in, affect out health.

The present event is an opportunity to learn more about the Exposome concept. The event is open to all interested participants and will be a unique opportunity to interact with leading European scientists and policy-makers in this area.


Please do not hesitate to contact us about the conference objectives or programme.

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Registration will start on 13 December and will be open to all interested stakeholders, up to reaching the maximum capacity of the venue.

Important notice:

  1. Conference registration is free of charge
  2. You will receive an automated email acknowledging receipt of your registration. Please note that this automatic message is not a confirmation of participation. If your registration is approved, you will receive an e-mail with a barcode.

Access to the Venue

On the day of the conference, please bring your registration e-mail with the barcode and a photo ID (passport or other ID card) that you used when registering for the conference.

Due to heightened security measures, please come early to allow enough time to access the building before the conference starts. Since all bags will be searched, we ask you to only bring handbags or briefcases if possible. Please avoid bringing suitcases or large bags.

At the registration desk, you will receive a conference badge. Please keep this badge and wear it when entering and exiting the Charlemagne building.

Practical information

Tuesday 11 February 2020, 9.00 (CET)
Charlemagne building
Rue de la Loi 170
1040 Brussels

Who should attend
We welcome the participation of interested people and organisations from different policy and research areas, with a common interest in the opportunities and challenges of human exposome.