Scholars in Environmental Pediatrics, Reproductive Health, and Life Course Science

Project Details


Human health and disease are shaped by a range of life-long exposures, and our biological response to them, underscoring the need for a systematic plan to integrate environmental health/exposomics into precision medicine initiatives. Clinician-scientists are a critical bridge for translating basic and clinical research into new paradigms of clinical care. The Mount Sinai K12 program will develop healthcare professionals poised to integrate environmental science with evolving precision medicine and clinical care efforts and catalyze the development of the next generation of versatile children's environmental health leaders to address emerging complexities of pediatric and reproductive environmental health.
Effective start/end date1/12/2131/10/23


  • National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences: $340,516.00


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