New Methods in 21st Century Exposure Science

EPA awarded five universities to conduct innovative research to advance methods for characterizing real-world human exposure to chemicals associated with consumer products in indoor environments.

Request for Applications closing date: September 17, 2013

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1 R835606
Grant
Rapid Methods to Estimate Exposure to SVOCs in Indoor Environments Little, John C
Marr, Linsey C.  
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University July 2014 -
June 2017
(Extended to June 2018)  
VA  
2 R835641
Grant
Tracking Semivolatile Organic Compounds Indoors: Merging Models and Field Sampling to Access Concentrations, Emissions, and Exposures Bennett, Deborah H.
Shin, Hyeong-Moo
Young, Thomas M  
University of California - Davis September 2014 -
August 2017
(Extended to August 2018)  
CA  
3 R835642
Grant
Residential Exposure of Young Children to SVOCs Stapleton, Heather M.
Ferguson, P. Lee
Webster, Thomas F.  
Boston University, Duke University September 2014 -
August 2017
(Extended to August 2018)  
NC  
4 R835643
Grant
A Non-Targeted Method for Measuring Multiple Chemical Exposures Amoung a Demographically Diverse Population of Pregnant Women in Northern California Woodruff, Tracey J.
Gerona, Roy
Morello-Frosch, Rachel
Sirota, Marina  
University of California - San Francisco October 2014 -
September 2017  
CA  
5 R835644
Grant
3-dimensional Micro-gas Chromatography Device for Rapid and Sensitive Indoor Chemical Exposure Analysis Fan, Xudong
Kurabayashi, Katsuo
Richardson, Rudy J  
University of Michigan, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor August 2014 -
July 2017  
MI  



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