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Written by:

Nicole Deziel—chair of the Publications Committee

Joseph Allen

Paul Scheepers—board member

Jonathan Levy

JESEE publishes high-quality original research articles, reviews, and commentaries that further understanding of the relationship between environmental exposure and human health, describe evaluated novel exposure science tools, or demonstrate potential of exposure science to enable decisions and actions that promote and protect human health.


JESEE is particularly interested in publishing research that integrates information from exposure science, epidemiology, and toxicology to provide holistic understanding of the most pressing environmental and public health concerns.


JESEE also publishes perspectives, reviews, and analysis of the major advances, trends, and challenges in exposure science for a diverse professional audience. It aims to promote interdisciplinary understanding of exposure science contributions to the environmental and public health field.


JESEE publishes original research presenting novel results and significant advances in exposure science and exposure analysis to understand impacts of chemical, biological, and physical stressors. Topics of interest include:

Development and application of the latest technologies for measuring exposures

  • Exposomics
  • Sensors

Innovative approaches for translating novel data streams to characterize and predict exposures 

  • Geospatial analyses
  • Mechanistic and data driven modeling
  • New approach methodologies (NAMs)

Research at the nexus of human health, natural environment, and built environment

  • Climate change
  • Early life exposure and latent disease (DOHD)
  • Healthy buildings and sustainable development
  • Novel workplace exposures especially in vulnerable occupations
  • Environmental justice