2024 Updates from the National Advisory Environmental Health Sciences Council meeting.

Michael Snyder, Ph.D., demonstrates environmental sampling features of his Exposometer device invention as NIEHS seeks to better understand how environments affect human health. Learn about related research.

Dynamic Human Environmental Exposome Revealed by Longitudinal Personal Monitoring Graphical Abstract Highlights d Human exposome, including biotic/abiotic exposures, is vast, diverse, and dynamic d Human exposome is influenced by environmental and spatial/lifestyle variables d People can have distinct personalized exposomes, even when geographically close d Human- and environment-related exposures constitute the human exposome cloud Authors Chao Jiang, Xin Wang, Xiyan Li, Jingga Inlora, Ting Wang, Qing Liu, Michael Snyder.

In Brief Tracking personal exposure to airborne biological and chemical agents enables construction of an interaction network linking individuals, their geographic locations, and environmental factors, which could have broad implications for human health.