EPHOR Summary

The Exposome Project for Health and Occupational Research (EPHOR) project will lay the groundwork for evidence-based and cost-effective prevention for improving health at work, by developing a working life exposome toolbox. This exceptional consortium consists of 19 exposure, health, and data scientists and technology partners from 12 different countries. Together we will advance occupational health science in a unique way to reduce the burden of disease. Read more about the EPHOR project in our PDF flyer and on the CORDIS website

EPHOR project summary
Illustration: EPHOR project summary

Jan 2020

Start

Dec 2024

End

19

partners

12

countries

Funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 874703

Project management

TNO – Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research

PO Box 96829
The Hague
The Netherlands

Anjoeka Pronk

Anjoeka Pronk

Project coordinator

Eelco Kuijpers

Eelco Kuijpers

Co-coordinator and scientific support

Astrid Kruizinga

Astrid Kruizinga

Project manager


External scientific advisory board

Heidi Beate Bentzen

Heidi Beate Bentzen

University of Oslo

Laura Beane Freeman

Laura Beane Freeman

US National Cancer Institute

Paolo Vineis

Paolo Vineis

Imperial College London

Astrid Kruizinga

Nick Warren

UK Health and Safety Executive


External stakeholder and implementation advisory board

Olivier de Matos

Olivier de Matos

ECETOC

Tony Musu

Tony
Musu

ETUI

Rob Stierum

John Snawder

US NIOSH

Jukka Takala

Jukka Takala

ICOH

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