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Climate Change and Allergic Airway Disease Kick-Off &
Sources, Composition, and Health Effects of Coarse
Particulate Matter Progress Review

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Research Triangle Park Campus, Building C, Auditorium

 

Leonard Bielory
Rutgers University
Observational, Laboratory, and Modeling Studies of the Impacts of Climate Change on Allergic Airway Disease (PDF) (30 pp, 3.23 MB)
Robert Brook
University of Michigan
Cardiovascular Effects of Urban and Rural Coarse Particulate Matter in Adults (PDF) (26 pp, 720 K)
Sally Darney
National Program Director for Human Health
Connections to ORD’s Human Health Program
Bob Devlin/Ian Gilmour
NHEERL
EPA Studies of Coarse PM Health Effects (PDF) (31 pp, 877 K)
Richard Flagan
California Institute of Technology
Projecting Pollen Allergens and Their Health Implications in a Changing World (PDF) (21 pp, 5.65 MB)
David Foster/Kristina Stinson
Harvard University
Predicting Regional Allergy Hotspots in Future Climate Scenarios – Putting the Where and When on Wheezing (PDF) (20 pp, 4.40 MB)
Terry Gordon
New York University School of Medicine
Comparative Toxicity of Coarse Particles (PDF) (42 pp, 1.17 MB)
Michael Hannigan
University of Colorado - Boulder
Health Effects and Characterization of Urban and Rural Coarse Particulate Matter in Northeastern Colorado (PDF) (46pp, 1.99 MB)
Bryan Hubble
Office of Air and Radiation
Introduction – Why We Care
Timothy Larson
University of Washington
Spatial Investigation of Sources, Composition, and Long-Term Health Effects of Coarse Particulate Matter in the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosderosis (MESA) Cohort (PDF) (39 pp, 5.17 MB)
Constantinos Sioutas,
University of Southern California
Cardiovascular Effects of Urban and Rural Coarse Particulate Matter in Adults (PDF) (26 pp, 1.32 MB)

For more information on these grants please go to the following links:
http://cfpub.epa.gov/ncer_abstracts/index.cfm/fuseaction/recipients.display/rfa_id/450 and
http://cfpub.epa.gov/ncer_abstracts/index.cfm/fuseaction/recipients.display/rfa_id/503

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