HBM4EU produces a range of results that are made available to a broad range of audiences both via this website, as well as through direct communication and via other dissemination channels.
See abstracts of recent HBM4EU publications here.
All HBM4EU deliverables, articles and communication products are accessible via the buttons on the sub-menu on the left of your screen.
All the HBM4EU newsletters are available on the Newsletters page.
The HBM4EU online library provides access to a range of technical guidance materials, as well as documents on research protocols and standard operating procedures.
In investigating current policy questions regarding chemicals, HBM4EU will identify, gather and collate existing human biomonitoring data, as well as addressing gaps in the evidence based by producing new data. Information on how data is used and produced under the project is available here.
The HBM4EU project was launched in 2016 with the aim of improving the collective understanding of human exposure to hazardous chemicals and developing HBM as an exposure assessment method. The project had €74m in funding and jointly implemented by 120 partners from 28 participating countries – 24 EU member states plus Norway, Switzerland, Iceland and Israel and the European Environment Agency. One of its aims was to ensure the sustainability of HBM in the EU beyond 2021. The project ended in June 2022. The website will not be updated any longer, except the page on peer reviewed publications, but will be online until 2032.