U.S.-EPA Chemicals Dashboard: An Integrated Data Hub Supporting Exposomics Research
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) Computational Toxicology Program utilizes computational and data-driven approaches that integrate chemistry, exposure, and biological data to help characterize potential risks from chemical exposure.
This presentation will provide an overview of the CompTox Chemicals Dashboard, an online portal that provides access to data associated with ~900,000 chemical substances. More specifically, Dr. Antony Williams will illustrate how the dashboard has developed into an integrated data hub for environmental data and provides a foundation to support both exposomics and metabolomics research.
This webinar is sponsored by the NIH Metabolomics Scientific Interest Group, which was created to help stimulate more interest in the field and aims to bring together interested NIH program officials, intramural investigators, and others.
Dr. Antony Williams is a chemist at the Environmental Protection Agency’s Center for Computational Toxicology and Exposure.
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