A comprehensive list of existing state biomonitoring programs has been compiled to understand the scope of biomonitoring programs across the country. The following resources have been included to bolster a community of best practices.
Programs Funded by CDC State Biomonitoring Cooperative Agreement
Eight entities have received funding through the CDC's State Biomonitoring Cooperative Agreement to increase state population-based biomonitoring surveillance since 2009.
Other State, Local and University-based Biomonitoring Programs
Programs below include collaborations between government and university partners:
: Alaska Statewide Hair Mercury Biomonitoring Program
: Department of Health Minnesota Biomonitoring
: Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
: Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services