With support from the P30 Center, our members have developed tools that have been widely used for environmental health research by scientists all over the world. Below are just a few examples:
Air Quality Data for Health-Related Applications
Set of 7 data sets provide air quality data for health-related research and applications. Led by Dr. Joel Schwartz and team.
Digital Phenotyping and Beiwe Research Platform
A research platform that helps investigators use statistical methods for smartphone-based digital phenotyping in research and clinical use. Led by Dr. JP Onnela and team.
Environmental Multi-pollutant Monitoring Assembly (EMMA)
The Environmental Multi-pollutant Monitoring Assembly (EMMA) allows researchers to study in-home air pollution exposure disparities across various housing types in two environmental justice communities. Led by Dr. Gary Adamkiewicz and team.
Co-Benefits of the Built Environment (CoBE)
This tool allows users to quantify the climate and health co-benefits of energy conservation measures in buildings. Led by Dr. Joe Allen and the Healthy Buildings Program.
Menstrual cycle length and variability: a visual explanation
This tool helps explain and visualize the menstrual cycle. Presented by the Apple Women's Health Study.
Reserve the pXRF
We have a portable X-ray fluorescence analyzers (pXRF) available for loan. Some restrictions may apply - each request will be evaluated on a case by case basis.