Abstract: The Exposome offers a useful research approach for biomedical informatics as it relate environmental exposures with disease phenotypes in the context of precision medicine. In this work, we have analysed the disease enrichment in two exposome-related resources, T3DB database and the list of compounds analysed by the My Exposome wristband wearable, comparing them with the disease annotations available at the Comparative Toxicogenomics Database (CTD), identifying different disease enrichment in both resources.

Learning Objective 1: Learners should be able to identify the use of biomedical informatics methods to analyse the content in disease enriched chemical compounds in two exposome related resources.

Learning Objective 2 (Optional): Learner should be able to summarise the enrichment in diseases in two exposome related resources


Guillermo Lopez Campos (Presenter)
Queen's University of Belfast

Philip Kiossoglou, The University of Melbourne
Jose A. Seoane, Stanford School of Medicine
Fernando Martin-Sanchez, National Institute of Health "Carlos III"

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