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  • The BiomonitoringNH Program was one of six states to be funded for the 2019-2024 CDC State Biomonitoring Cooperative Agreement and one of only two states to be refunded after the 2014-2019 Cooperative Agreement. See below for details.
  • Enrollment for the BiomonitoringNH 2019 Tracking and Assessment of Chemical Exposures (TrACE) Study has been closed. Please visit the TrACE Study webpage for details.
  • A summary report Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol from NH Targeted Arsenic and Uranium Public Health Study is now available. Visit the NH Targeted Arsenic and Uranium Public Health Study page for details.
  • The NH Biomonitoring Program has been accepted into the National Biomonitoring Network Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol. This is a group of scientists working to advance biomonitoring using high quality practices to answer environmental health questions.

CDC Biomonitoring mapNew Hampshire was one of six awardees to receive a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) grant for Biomonitoring in 2019 and one of only two states to be refunded after the 2014-2019 Cooperative Agreement.

Over the next five years, the BiomonitoringNH Program will work on four projects.

 

 

 

The NH Biomonitoring Program logoWhat is Biomonitoring?

Chemicals in our Environment and Body

Why is it important to collect Biomonitoring samples?

How can Biomonitoring help YOU?

Learn about BiomonitoringNH Studies

The BiomonitoringNH team

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Financial and technical assistance for the 2014-2019 studies was provided through cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Division of Laboratory Sciences at the National Center for Environmental Health (CDC DLS NCEH) RFA EH14140202. Financial and technical assistance for the 2019-2024 studies is being provided by the CDC DLS NCEH RFA EH19-1901. The contents of these pages do not necessary represent the official views of the CDC.

 
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