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Optimizing exposure assessment for inference about air pollution effects with application to the aging brain

Principal Investigator: 

University of Washington

This study will compare and contrast scientific and logistical benefits of different approaches to air pollution exposure assessment. The investigators will leverage large air pollution datasets obtained from low-cost sensors, mobile monitoring, and passive samplers. They will apply the exposure assessment approaches to determine associations with cognitive decline and dementia incidence in an ongoing cohort study, Adult Changes in Thought Air Pollution (ACT-AP).

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The abstract for the poster presented at the 2024 HEI Annual Conference can be found here.