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Title Principal Investigator Institution Grant Number
Interaction of Air Pollution and Psychosocial Stress on Cardiovascular Disease. hajat, anjum University Of Washington K99ES023498
Effects of fetal bisphenol A exposure on mouse epigenome susiarjo, martha University Of Pennsylvania K99ES022244
Effects of environmental thyroid hormone disrupting compounds on CNS development thompson, christopher kirk Scripps Research Institute K99ES022992
Traffic pollution, brain structure and cognitive function: the role of subclinica wilker, elissa Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center K99ES022243
Disease-Induced Modification in Nanoparticle-Corona Identity and Toxicity shannahan, jonathan henry University Of Colorado Denver K99ES024392
Traffic-related air pollution, social factors and adverse birth outcomes padula, amy michelle Stanford University K99ES021470
Polybrominated Diphenyl Ether Effects on Human Neuronal Development robinson, joshua frederick University Of California, San Francisco K99ES023846
Mitochondrial Mechanisms, Microvascular Function, and Gestational Nanotoxicology stapleton, phoebe West Virginia University K99ES024783
Endocrine Disruptors: Maternal Estrogen, Metabolism and Fetal Fatty Acid Supply strakovsky, rita University Of Illinois Urbana-Champaign K99ES024795
Identifying the Receptors of Environmentally Sensitive Epoxy-Eicosanoids with AMS lee, kin sing stephen University Of California At Davis K99ES024806
Defining the roles of ubiquitination during the environmental stress response monteiro silva, gustavo New York University K99ES025835
Mitochondrial Markers of Pollution, Stress, and Neurobehavior brunst, kelly j Icahn School Of Medicine At Mount Sinai K99ES024116
Prenatal Exposure to Endocrine Disrupters, DNA Methylation, and Childhood Obesity just, allan c. Harvard School Of Public Health K99ES023450
The effect of endocrine disrupting chemicals on cardiac physiology posnack, nikki gillum George Washington University K99ES023477
Impact of infection and inflammation on the toxicity of environmental chemicals knutson, charles Massachusetts Institute Of Technology K99ES022639
Fluoride and human health: Assessing novel biomarkers in detecting bone disorder godebo, tewodros r Duke University K99ES023472
Data-driven identification of environmental factors in cardiovascular disease patel, chirag jagdish Harvard Medical School K99ES023504

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