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There will be studies that are no-cost, low-cost studies, as well as studies that will be funded by citizen scientists. To see what studies are currently recruiting as well as the requirements for eligibility, go to our Recruitment page. This page lists all active studies.

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No. EPREP is open to everyone.

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You do need to be at least 18 to participate.

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No! As you complete each online training module, you will be able to track your training. When you have successfully completed the training, you will receive a certificate, and your online account will then allow you to sign up for studies, or propose your own study.

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Check out our Recruitment page in summer 2015. This is where we will add studies that are actively recruiting.

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In order to understand the chemicals we are exposed to on a daily basis, we need to know what chemicals we are exposed to. By building a database of chemical exposure we can begin to understand the different types of chemicals people are exposed to, and how different environments (work, home, etc.) may contribute to our chemical exposures.