Early Life Exposures and Child Trajectories: Growth and Respiratory Health
We are focused particularly on assessments that can be applied retrospectively in other cohorts to assess very early exposures (peri- conception and early pregnancy). Thus, we will contribute to the ECHO cohort: 1. a population-based, pediatric cohort (950 children from 500 families) with extant and new early biospecimens and assessments; 2. scientific validation of critical multidimensional exposome measurements from preconception through gestation and early childhood.
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- National Institutes of Health
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- Population cohort
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Availability of data and biosamples
No coverage data about the variables classifications are available.