The Human Health Exposure Analysis Resource (HHEAR) Data Center at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai was established as a continuation of the CHEAR Data Center in 2019, expanding to include health outcomes at all ages. The goal is to provide approved HHEAR investigators their laboratory analysis results and incorporate them in statistical analyses of their study data. That data then becomes publicly available as a means to improve knowledge of the comprehensive effects of environmental exposures on human health throughout the life course.
The HHEAR Data Center goals are to catalyze new scientific insight from the colocation, integration and advanced statistical and data science analysis of multimodal data sets. HHEAR is sponsored by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS).
All HHEAR users must apply for their own accounts to download HHEAR data. Any research investigator sponsored by an NIH-recognized institution with Federalwide Assurance is eligible for an account–therefore all Mount Sinai Hospital and School users are eligible to register. There is no cost for accessing or using HHEAR.
Carefully read through the HHEAR Data Use Guide and affirm the terms. Then complete the registration page with your research institute’s information.
Once your account is established, you will receive an email confirmation of your login credentials.
HHEAR Support Materials
HHEAR Resources include presentations, publications, software packages, ontology, and more. Click here to access resources and support materials.