Center for Early Lifestage Vulnerabilities to Environmental Stressors

The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as part of its Science to Achieve Results (STAR) program, is seeking applications to support a Center for Early Lifestage Vulnerabilities to Environmental Stressors.

EPA is interested in supporting a transdisciplinary research center to better understand

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potential causal relationships among cumulative exposures to chemicals and non-chemical environmental stressors during early lifestages and modifying factors that result in adverse developmental health effects.

Developmental health outcomes may include attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), reduced IQ, obesity, lessened self-regulatory capacities, anxiety, depression, attention problems, lower memory function, or structural changes to the brain.

The application should include the development and demonstration of novel and revolutionary quantitative methods and approaches to integrate multidisciplinary data (epidemiology, toxicology, exposure science, risk assessment, public health, social science, and environmental science).
Related Programs

Science To Achieve Results (STAR) Research Program

Environmental Protection Agency


Agency: Environmental Protection Agency

Office: Environmental Protection Agency

Estimated Funding: $1,900,000


Relevant Nonprofit Program Categories





Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
Center for Early Lifestage Vulnerabilities to Environmental Stressors

Additional Information of Eligibility:
Please see Section III of the announcement for additional eligibility information

Full Opportunity Web Address:
www.epa.gov/research-grants/center-early-lifestage-vulnerabilities-environmental-stressors

Contact:


Agency Email Description:
Intaek Hahn; Ron Josephson; DebraM Jones

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Date Posted:
2020-08-28

Application Due Date:


Archive Date:
2020-12-12