Exposure Assessment in the National Children’s Study: Introduction

@article{Needham2005ExposureAI,
  title={Exposure Assessment in the National Children’s Study: Introduction},
  author={Larry L Grandjean Needham and H{\^a}luk {\"O}zkaynak and Robin M. Whyatt and Dana Boyd Barr and Richard Y. Wang and Luke P. Naeher and Gerry G. Akland and Tina Bahadori and A S A Bradman and Roy Fortmann and L-J. Sally Liu and Maria T. Morandi and Mary Kay O’Rourke and Kent W. Thomas and James Quackenboss and Patrick B. Ryan and Valerie G. Zartarian},
  journal={Environmental Health Perspectives},
  year={2005},
  volume={113},
  pages={1076 - 1082}
}
The science of exposure assessment is relatively new and evolving rapidly with the advancement of sophisticated methods for specific measurements at the picogram per gram level or lower in a variety of environmental and biologic matrices. Without this measurement capability, environmental health studies rely on questionnaires or other indirect means as the primary method to assess individual exposures. Although we use indirect methods, they are seldom used as stand-alone tools. Analyses of… CONTINUE READING

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