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Principal Investigator: Kile, Molly L
Institute Receiving Award Oregon State University
Location Corvallis, OR
Grant Number P2CES033432
Funding Organization National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Award Funding Period 23 Dec 2021 to 30 Nov 2026
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): OVERALL CENTER PROJECT SUMMARY The Oregon State University Center for Advancing Science, Practice, Programming and Policy in Research Translation for Children’s Environmental Center (ASP3IRE Center) will accelerate the translation of children’s environmental health research. Drawing upon best practices in translational science, the ASP3IRE Center will provide infrastructure, training opportunities, data science tools, stakeholder engagement, and time-sensitive pilot grants to support the development and dissemination of evidence-informed interventions that protect children from environmental hazards where they live, go to school, and play. The Center will be able to rapidly identify and prioritize local areas that would benefit from children’s environmental health (CEH) interventions by creating novel data science surveillance tools that strategically mine social media feeds and existing environmental health tracking and health care utilization databases that are produced by our partners at Oregon Health Authority and Coordinated Care Organizations. Our Center will also leverage the strengths of the Hallie Ford Center for Healthy Children and Families, the Oregon State University (OSU) Center for Health Innovation, Coordinated Care Organizations, and OSU’s Extension Services to expand the network of researchers and practitioners who are able to create, test, evaluate, and deliver evidence- based interventions where they are needed the most. These unique resources will make Oregon a “living laboratory” for the development and delivery of evidence-based CEH interventions for the broader scientific community and help advance the field of children’s environmental health research translation that promote diversity, equity, and inclusion. Finally, the ASP3IRE Center will create an online portal that will serve as a searchable repository for comprehensive evidence-based CEH intervention implementation plans that can be adapted by researchers and practitioners to local communities across the nation.
Science Code(s)/Area of Science(s) Primary: 29 - Children's Centers
Secondary: 03 - Carcinogenesis/Cell Transformation
Publications No publications associated with this grant
Program Officer Kimberly Gray