Minnesota Biomonitoring Program
The Minnesota Biomonitoring Program was established by the Minnesota Legislature in 2007. Program activities are guided by the Commissioner of Health and an expert Advisory Panel, and are conducted in coordination with the Minnesota Tracking Program. Its partners include the MDH Public Health Laboratory and the CDC National Biomonitoring Program. The program developed a Framework for an Ongoing Biomonitoring Program to guide future activities.
MN Biomonitoring Program's ProjectsClick each link for an overview of the program's projects and links to full information on biomonitoring projects.
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