Early Career: Interventions and Communication Strategies to Reduce Health Risks of Wildland Fire Smoke Exposures

The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as part of its Science to Achieve Results (STAR) program, is seeking applications proposing research that will address behavioral, technical and practical aspects of interventions and communication strategies to reduce exposures and/or health risks of

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wildland fire smoke.This solicitation provides the opportunity for the submission of applications for projects that may involve human subjects research.

Human subjects research supported by the EPA is governed by EPA Regulation 40 CFR Part 26 (Protection of Human Subjects).

This includes the Common Rule at subpart A and prohibitions and additional protections for pregnant women and fetuses, nursing women, and children at subparts B, C, and D.

Research meeting the regulatory definition of intentional exposure research found in subpart B is prohibited by that subpart in pregnant women, nursing women, and children.

Research meeting the regulatory definition of observational research found in subparts C and D is subject to the additional protections found in those subparts for pregnant women and fetuses (subpart C) and children (subpart D).

All applications must include a Human Subjects Research Statement (HSRS, as described in Section IV.C.

6. c of this solicitation), and if the project involves human subjects research, it will be subject to an additional level of review prior to funding decisions being made as described in Sections V.D and V.F of this solicitation.
Related Programs

Science To Achieve Results (STAR) Research Program

Environmental Protection Agency


Agency: Environmental Protection Agency

Office: Environmental Protection Agency

Estimated Funding: $7,200,000


Relevant Nonprofit Program Categories





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Interventions and Communication Strategies to Reduce Health Risks of Wildland Fire Smoke Exposures

Additional Information of Eligibility:
The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as part of its Science to Achieve Results (STAR) program, is seeking applications proposing research that will address behavioral, technical and practical aspects of interventions and communication strategies to reduce exposures and/or health risks of wildland fire smoke.

This solicitation provides the opportunity for the submission of applications for projects that may involve human subjects research.

Human subjects research supported by the EPA is governed by EPA Regulation 40 CFR Part 26 (Protection of Human Subjects).

This includes the Common Rule at subpart A and prohibitions and additional protections for pregnant women and fetuses, nursing women, and children at subparts B, C, and D.

Research meeting the regulatory

Full Opportunity Web Address:
https://www.epa.gov/research-grants/interventions-and-communication-strategies-reduce-health-risks-wildland-fire-smoke

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Agency Email Description:
jones.debram@epa.gov

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Date Posted:
2020-10-09

Application Due Date:


Archive Date:
2021-01-14



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