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ESCAPE is a project funded under the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme Theme ENV.2007. European cohort on air pollution. The ESCAPE study will investigate long-term effects on human health of exposure to air pollution in Europe.


The PIAMA study is a multi center birth cohort study conducted in the Netherlands since 1996. PIAMA stands for 'Prevention and Incidence of Asthma and Mite Allergy'.


RAPTES website (in dutch). Risk of Airborne Particulate matter: a Toxicological and Epidemiological hybrid Study (RAPTES). A cooperation of the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) and the Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences (IRAS) in a research on the health effects of air pollution.
Online repository: steenhof-et-al-inhal-tox-online-repository-raptes-2013-wbc.pdf
Steenhof M., Janssen N.A., Strak M., Hoek G., Gosens I., Mudway I.S., Kelly F.J., Harrison R.M., Pieters R.H., Cassee F.R., Brunekreef B. Air pollution exposure affects circulating white blood cell counts in healthy subjects: the role of particle composition, oxidative potential and gaseous pollutants – the RAPTES project. Inhalation Toxicology
Online repository: steenhof-et-al-oem2013-online-repository-raptes.pdf
Steenhof, M., Mudway, I.S., Gosens, I., Hoek, G., Godri, K.J., Kelly, F.J., Harrison, R.M., Pieters, R.H., Cassee, F.R., Lebret, E., Brunekreef, B., Strak, M. & Janssen, N.A. (2013). Acute nasal pro-inflammatory response to air pollution depends on characteristics other than particle mass concentration or oxidative potential: the RAPTES project. Occup Environ Med 70(5), 341–348. DOI: 10.1136/oemed-2012-100993
Additional supplementary material: strak-2012-raptes-ehp.pdf
Strak, M. et al. (2012). Respiratory Health Effects of Airborne Particulate Matter: The Role of Particle Size, Composition, and Oxidative Potential-The RAPTES Project. Environ. Health Perspect. 120(8), 1183–1189.


VHS webpage (in dutch). The main goal of The Veterinarians' Health Study (VHS) is to study the prevalence and incidence of health related problems among veterinary students.


HITEA webpage (in dutch). The overall aim of the HITEA study is the identification the role of indoor biological agents in development of long term respiratory, inflammatory and allergic health impacts among children.



Repository of the EXASRUB project. EXASRUB was funded by the European Commission Programme Quality of Life and Management of Living Resources (QoL), Key Action 4 - Environment and Health (Contract number: QLRT-2001-02786). Contents: Meeting reports, EXASRUB database and Technical Annex.