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Title Principal Investigator Institution Grant Number Program Officer Pubs
CHAPS COHORT MAINTENANCE balmes, john r University Of California Berkeley R24ES030888 Gray, Kimberly 0
CIRCADIAN CLOCK DISRUPTION: A RISK FACTOR FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CARCINOGENESIS gaddameedhi, shobhan Washington State University R01ES030113 Reinlib, Leslie 1
CIRCADIAN DISRUPTION AND CONSEQUENCES OF LIGHT POLLUTION ouyang, jenny University Of Nevada Reno R15ES030548 Reinlib, Leslie 2
CIRCADIAN REGULATION OF PAH METABOLISM porter, weston w Texas A&M Agrilife Research R01ES025209 Reinlib, Leslie 2
QUANTIFYING THE IMPACT OF CIRCADIAN DISRUPTION ON GENOME STABILITY lamia, katja a Scripps Research Institute R21ES031000 Reinlib, Leslie 1
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