EaRTH's Virtual Poster Session - available anytime and anywhere!


In silico structure predictions for non-targeted analysis: from physicochemical properties to molecular structures

Dimitri Abrahamsson

Out of 1,000,000 chemicals that the EPA has prioritized as chemicals of environmental importance (EPA's Chemistry Dashboard), less than 2% are available as analytical standards. This practically means that all the chemicals that we can detect and measure are limited within that 2%. Developing new technologies that allow us to expand beyond that 2% is essential in understanding what chemicals are humans exposed to and how they affect their health.

Watch Dimitri present the poster for the 2022 NIEHS P30 Annual Meeting



Mapping Observations in Vulnerable Environments (MOVE) Study

Rosemarie De La Rosa, Neeta Thakur, Carlos Vera

This team of researchers from UCSF and UC Berkeley conducted the Mapping Observations in Vulnerable Environments (MOVE) Study, which aims to understand where adolescents spend their time and assess if the proportion of time spent at community resources or pollution sites impacts adolescent resilience. Their geospatial temporal analysis showed that adolescents spent the greatest amount of time within the Iron triangle neighborhood of the community and a greater proportion of their time at community resources compared to pollution sites. Furthermore, preliminary analyses suggest that spending more time at community resources may be associated with greater resilience and warrants further investigation in a larger study.

Watch Carlos present the poster for the 2022 NIEHS P30 Annual Meeting