HEDIMED brings together data and biological samples from 17 human cohorts. These cohorts come from high and low-risk countries of immune-mediated diseases. The project consists of 13 work packages that will generate new knowledge about the causes of these diseases by exploring the role of the environment, using the latest technologies developed by the 22 partners.
HEDIMED project complies with international conventions and codes of conduct in its research activities, and EU regulations, including GDPR, will be followed in the consortium.
The European Exposome Network
The European Human Exposome Network is the world’s largest network consisting of nine projects studying the impact of environmental exposure on human health, funded by the European Union.
Consortium meeting in Malmo
Project consortium meeting took place in 8th-9th December ’22 in Malmo, Sweden. The 2-day meeting consisted of workshops, small working groups, and updates from laboratories…
More friend than foe? Linking food microbiome and human health
Humans are constantly exposed to different food-associated bacteria depending on the types of products they consume. Even though some bacteria may be pathogenic, recent research…