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Your Environment. Your Health.

University of Florida

Superfund Research Program

Epidemiology/Biometrics

Project Leader: Brad Pollock
Grant Number: P42ES007375
Funding Period: 1995-2006

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Project Summary (1995-2000)

The purpose of the epidemiology/biometrics core is to provide integral support in all stages of study development, conduct, analysis and reporting for the individual projects of this grant. This core provides a service function with respect to database management, computer programming, and statistical analysis. This core serves administrative components of the overall grant by providing ongoing monitoring and reporting of accrual for both animal and human subjects. This core also assists in the quality assurance aspects of the grant research. In addition to providing ongoing biostatistical support, the long range goal of the research is to assist in the formation of hypotheses about the health effects of chlorinated hydrocarbon exposure that will be extrapolated to and tested in human subjects in future epidemiologic investigations.

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