Research Centers
Harvard Particle Center

Harvard University

The fundamental objective of this Center is to understand how specific PM characteristics and sources impact inflammation, autonomic responses, and vascular dysfunction.

Center Publications:

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Main Center Abstract and Reports:

Ambient Particle Health Effects: Exposure, Susceptibility, and Mechanisms
CECEHDPR - University of Michigan
HSRC (1989) - Great Lakes/Mid-Atlantic HSRC
Harvard Particle Center
The Center for Advancing Microbial Risk Assessment (CAMRA)
Metal Mixtures and Children’s Health
Center for Children’s Environmental Health and DiseasePreventionResearch (P01) (joint EPA and NIEHS) - CHAMACOS
Endotoxin Exposure and Asthma in Children
Novel Methods to Assess Effects of Bisphenol A (BPA) & Phthalates on Child Development
Berkeley/Stanford Children’s Environmental Health Center
Perinatal Exposures, Epigenetics, Child Obesity & Sexual Maturation
Great Lakes Air Center for Integrative Environmental Research (GLACIER)
Air Pollution Mixtures: Health Effects Across Life Stages
Water Environment and Reuse Foundation (WE&RF)'s National Center for Resource Recovery and Nutrient Management
Lifecourse Exposures & Diet: Epigenetics, Maturation & Metabolic Syndrome
SEARCH: Solutions to Energy, AiR, Climate, and Health
Center for Research on Environmental and Social Stressors in Housing across the Life Course

Center Research Projects:

R832416C001 - Cardiovascular Responses in the Normative Aging Study: Exploring the Pathways of Particle Toxicity

R832416C002 - Cardiovascular Toxicity of Concentrated Ambient Fine, Ultrafine and Coarse Particles in Controlled Human Exposures

R832416C003 - Assessing Toxicity of Local and Transported Particles Using Animal Models Exposed to CAPs

R832416C004 - Cardiovascular Effects of Mobile Source Exposures: Effects of Particles and Gaseous Co-pollutants

R832416C005 - Toxicological Evaluation of Realistic Emission Source Aerosol (TERESA): Investigation of Vehicular Emissions