Using a Total Environment Framework (Built, Natural, Social Environments) to Assess Life-long Health Effects of Chemical Exposures

EPA awarded grants to three institutions through its Science To Achieve Results (STAR) program. Under the Using a Total Environment Framework to Assess Life-Long Health Effects of Chemical Exposure Request for Application (RFA), researchers will explore the complex interactions, stresses, and health impacts that can arise from across the total environment. The researchers will develop innovative models to examine relationships between chemical pollutants and health effects.

Request for Applications closing date: March 2, 2017

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Identifier Abstract Principal Investigator Institution Project Period State
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1 839275
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Using an Exposome Approach to Assess the Effects of PM2.5 on CVD Outcomes Juarez, Paul D
Hood, Darryl  
Meharry Medical College January 2018 -
December 2020  
TN  
2 839278
Grant
Southeast Wisconsin Interdisciplinary Study of Children’s Health, Ecological Exposures and Social Environment Magzamen, Sheryl
Carter, Ellison
Dilworth-Bart, Janean E
Jathar, Shantanu
Wilson, Ander  
Colorado State University, University of Wisconsin - Madison January 2018 -
December 2020  
CO  
3 839279
Grant
Building Water Infrastructure to Improve Childhood Outcomes: Interventions to Decrease Childhood Lead Exposure from Private Wells Gibson, Jacqueline MacDonald
Cook, Phillip J
Fisher, Michael
Levine, Keith
MacDonald, John M
de Bruin, Wandi Bruine  
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Duke University, Research Triangle Institute, University of Leeds, University of Pennsylvania January 2018 -
December 2020  
NC  



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