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Restoration Scientist/Engineer for Coastal Systems
Environmental Economist for Sustainable and Healthy Waters and Communities
Multimedia modeling of nitrogen
Air quality modeling to support 1-hour NAAQS standards
Modeling linkages and feedbacks of CO2 on local/regional air quality
Decontamination Methods for Critical Infrastructure and Sensitive Equipment following a CBR Incident
Genomic approaches to understanding environmental drivers and consequences of algal enrichment in inland waters
Epigenetic changes by urban pollutants in early life and predisposition to chronic health outcomes.
Are people who reside in disadvantaged neighborhoods or have specific genetic/epigenetic profiles more vulnerable to environmental toxicants?
Watershed Hydrologic Modeling for Ecological Exposure & Bioinformatics
ESD & HEASD-10-01-2014-02
Changing the Paradigm of Monitoring through Remote Sensing -Study of column amounts of formaldehyde (HCHO) derived from ground-based and space-borne instruments and associated uncertainties for improved scientific use of HCHO satellite data for relevant air quality applications.
Bioinformatics/Computational Approaches to Assessment of Chemical Risk, Aquatic Life Condition, and Ecosystem Sustainability
Integrating Human Health and Ecological Endpoints in Sustainability Science
Aquifer exemption/In Situ Uranium Leaching
Applying Chemical Informatics to Characterize and Predict Human Exposure
Impact of Human Behavior and Activities on Exposure to Chemicals in Consumer Products and Materials
Biologist or Toxicologist with expertise in epigenetics
Triple Value Model: Integrating Environmental, Social, and Economic Factors to Identify Sustainable Approaches to Community Development
Integrated Assessment of Human Exposure to Contaminants Across the Water Cycle
Incorporating computational approaches and higher throughput assays into chemical assessment for thyroid-axis endpoints.
Quantifying community benefits of ecosystem remediation and restoration
Molecular and Cellular Assay Development
Scientific and Technical Support for Community and Site-Specific Human Health Risks.
Quantitative Epidemiology and Biostatistics Analyses: Evaluation of human health effects of chemical exposures, and development of improved risk assessment methods
Evaluating the neurotoxic effects of chemical exposure in support of the IRIS Program
Implementation of Computational Toxicology Information into Human Health Risk Assessment
Quantifying the benefits of national water quality policy
Human pluripotent stem cell (hPSC)-based organoids for in vitro studies
Beyond HighThroughPut (HT) Testing for Thyroid Disruption: Targeted Testing in Integrated Models and Extrapolation to Adverse Outcomes
Homeland Security Priority Biological Sampling Strategy Evaluation
Homeland Security Priority Chemical Agent Method Development
Systems Modeling for Environmental Sustainability
Spatial Statistics Modeling of National Environmental and Epidemiological Data
Water Infrastructure Protection and Resilience to All Disasters
Modeling Reservoir Algal Community Dynamics to Link Watershed to Drinking Water Treatment and Water Recreation Beneficial Uses.
Small Community Drinking Water Quality and Treatment Scientist
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