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The Johns Hopkins Center in Urban Environmental Health Pilot Project Program

Purpose:  To integrate, coordinate and foster research related to the effects of urban environmental factors on human health and to identify environmental chemical exposures and susceptibility factors that alone or together increase risk for people living in urban environments, such as Baltimore, then to use these findings to develop prevention strategies to improve public health. 

Eligibility:  Investigators from any department of the JHU interested in conducting research in fields associated with EHS. 

Funding:   Funded by NIESH (National Institutes of Environmental Health Sciences). $100,000 - NIESH Center in Urban Environmental Health and the Institute of NanoBioTechnology; $50,000 - NIESH Center in Urban Environmental Health Translational Research; $25,000 -NIESH Center Pilot Project

Due Date:   Request for Proposals due February 26, 2010

Website:     http://www.jhsph.edu/dept/ehs/pilotprojects.html

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