Population exposure to chemicals can be explored through biological and chemical analysis of biological fluids, such as urine or wastewater samples, from individuals or entire population groups. While a previous wastewater-based epidemiology study has shown correlations between food intake-related biomarkers and socioeconomic indicators using wastewater samples, many biomarkers are not suitable for this approach. This PhD aims to assess food consumption patterns and their associations with socioeconomic and geographic factors via pooled urine analysis.

Please note, this is a PhD student Progress Review presentation.


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