Harnessing the Social Exposome to Reduce Inequalities in Child Health and Development in Canada

Principal Investigators: 
Principal Investigator Type: 
PI is outside EOAS
EOAS Project Members: 
Dominique Weis
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Harnessing the social exposome to reduce inequalities in child health and development in Canada 

The Social Exposome Research Cluster aims to understand the biological mechanisms by which social factors get “under the skin” to influence child health and development. The long-term goal is to apply this knowledge to the development of interventions and policies to reduce disparities and optimize the health and well-being of all children in Canada and abroad.