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Bring Out Your Data

David Balshaw (Program Director at the Center for Risk and Integrated Sciences, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences) would rather “not define exposome at all” because of ongoing questions as to what may or may not be included (from pre-birth to death), so I too shall refrain from defining it. At one point, the routine ‘food’ we intake is also assigned the status of ‘exposome’ – and rightly so, in my opinion; developmental biologists would see the gut as a hollow tube outside the biological organ system. Given the enormous amounts of exposomics information being generated, it is prime time that community standards – otherwise known as MIAEE (Minimum Information About an Exposomics Experiment) – are introduced and adhered to.

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Biswapraya Misra

Biswapriya B. Misra received a PhD in biotechnology from the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India in 2010. With short stints at ETH, Zurich, followed by Postdoctoral works in Malaysia in plant genomics and at University of Florida, Gainesville in plant metabolomics, he continues as a researcher in non-human primate metabolomics research in the Michael Olivier laboratory, at the Texas Biomedical Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas. Being an early career metabolomics researcher, Misra’s interests are in data processing, bioinformatics, integrated –omics analysis, and drawing biological insights from big data and extracurricular activities such as science communication, outreach associated with the metabolomics community, open access movement among others.

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