Environmental Specimen Bank presents new results at the 25th annual meeting of the International Society for Exposure Science (ISES)

Created at October 18, 2015

New ESB studies on influencing factors of human exposure to environmental pollutants

How do dental amalgam fillings affect the internal exposure to mercury? Are lead levels in human blood associated with the smoking status? Why do have women on average more copper in blood than men? Experts of the German Environment Agency discuss these and other questions related to current data of the German Environmental Specimen Bank with international scientist in Nevada, USA.

Associated events

October 17, 2015 until October 21, 2015

ISES 2015

25th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Exposure Science