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Other NIEHS-Funded Projects

Other NIEHS-Funded Projects Focused on Human Health Impacts of Climate Change, Weather Variability, and Extreme Weather Events

Institution Principal Investigator Project Title Location
Columbia University Health Sciences Pam R. Factor-Litvak, Ph.D. EFFECTS OF A MAJOR CLIMATIC EVENT -SUPERSTORM SANDY- ON PREGNANCY OUTCOMES AND TE New York, New York
Dartmouth College Celia Chen, Ph.D. Climate Impact on Coastal Ecosystem Methylmercury: Human Exposure Implications Hanover, New Hampshire
Medical University of South Carolina John Pearce, Ph.D. Novel Approaches for Linking Air Quality Mixtures, Climate, and Human Health Charlston, South Carolina
Harvard University School of Public Health Francesca Dominici, Ph.D. Vulnerability and Adaptation to Heat and Air Pollution in a Changing Climate Boston, Massachusets
Colorado State University Brooke Anderson, Ph.D. Investigating Health Effects of Climate-Related Disasters in the United States Fort Collins, CO
North Carolina State University Montserrat Fuentes, Ph.D. Space-time Modeling for Linking Climate Change, Pollutant Exposure, Built Environment Raleigh, North Carolina
Northeastern University Helen Suh Macintosh, Sc.D. Impact of Air Pollution, Weather, and Lifestyle on Health in Older Americans Boston, Massachusets

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