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Title Principal Investigator Institution Grant Number Program Officer Pubs
A 3-D MULTIMODAL APPROACH TO K-8 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH LITERACY grimley, benjamin l Speak Agent, Inc. R43ES031433 Shaughnessy, Daniel 0
A MULTIMEDIA TOOLKIT FOR TEACHING ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH LITERACY TOPICS RELATED TO SUPERFUND SITES levine, robert j Archiemd, Inc. R43ES031429 O'Fallon, Liam 0
BUILDING ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH LITERACY: WHAT SHOULD PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT ENDOCRINE DISRUPTING COMPOUNDS? brody, julia green Silent Spring Institute R03ES027884 O'Fallon, Liam 0
ENGAGING COMMUNITY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF LOW-COST TECHNOLOGIES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING TO PROMOTE ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH LITERACY IN A LOW-TRUST SETTING carrera, jennifer s. Michigan State University K01ES029115 Martin, Lindsey 0
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH OUTCOMES RESEARCH AMONG HURRICANE HARVEY SURVIVORS oluyomi, abiodun Baylor College Of Medicine R21ES029616 , 0
GIGIIGOOINAAN (OUR FISH): A NEW ADVISORY TO PROMOTE ANISHINAABE HEALTH AND WELLNESS dellinger, matthew j Medical College Of Wisconsin R01ES028255 O'Fallon, Liam 0
SCALING UP ACCESS AND USABILITY OF SMARTPHONE TOOLS FOR REPORTING CHEMICAL BIOMONITORING RESULTS brody, julia green Silent Spring Institute R21ES030454 Martin, Lindsey 0
SCIENCE TAKE-OUT KITS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH EDUCATION markowitz, dina grossman Science Take-Out, Llc R42ES023706 O'Fallon, Liam 0
SCIENCE TAKE-OUT KITS FOR IMPROVING ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH LITERACY ON VAPING markowitz, dina grossman Science Take-Out, Llc R41ES031406 Shaughnessy, Daniel 0
TO MAINTAIN AND ENRICH RESOURCE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR EXISTING ENVIRONMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY COHORTS perera, frederica p Columbia University Health Sciences R24ES029489 Gray, Kimberly 0
USING EPIGENETIC SCIENCE TO IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH LITERACY rountree, michael Nzumbe Epigenetics R43ES031414 Shaughnessy, Daniel 0
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