Research Grants/Fellowships/SBIR

Epidemiologic Research on Health Effects of Long-Term Exposure to Ambient Particulate Matter and Other Air Pollutants

Request for Applications closing date: July 24, 2003

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1 CR830543
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Long-term Exposure to Ambient Particulate Matter and Subclinical Atherosclerosis Diez Roux, Ana V.
Keeler, Gerald J.
Lin, Xihong
Raghunathan, Trivellore
Samson, Perry  
University of Michigan - Ann Arbor April 2003 -
March 2006
(Extended to March 2008)  
MI  
2 R830545
Grant
Chronic Exposure to Particulate Matter and Cardiopulmonary Disease Laden, Francine
Camargo, Carlos
Neas, Lucas M.
Puett, Robin C.
Schwartz, Joel
Speizer, Frank E.
Suh, Helen H.
Yanosky, Jeff D.  
Brigham and Women's Hospital, Inc., Brigham and Women’s Hospital, U. S. Environmental Protection Agency January 2003 -
January 2006
(Extended to January 2008)  
MA  
3 R830547
Grant
Relating Cardiovascular Disease Risk to Ambient Air Pollutants Using Geographic Information Systems Technology and Bayesian Neural Networks: The AHSMOG Study Knutsen, Synnove F.
Beeson, Larry
Ghamsary, Mark
Soret, Samuel  
Loma Linda University February 2003 -
December 2006
(Extended to January 2009)  
CA  
4 R830548
Grant
Chronic and Acute Exposure to Ambient Fine Particulate Matter and Other Air Pollutants: National Cohort Studies of Mortality and Morbidity Samet, Jonathan M.
Dominici, Francesca
Geyh, Alison
Louis, Thomas A.
McDermott, Aidan
Parent, Stephen T.
Wyant, Timothy
Zeger, Scott L.  
Johns Hopkins University, Decipher, Health Systems Innovations February 2003 -
January 2006
(Extended to January 2007)  
MD  



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