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Environmental grant applications requested; deadline is April 15

The MIT Center for Environmental Health Sciences (CEHS) is requesting applications for pilot project funding. The goals of the CEHS Pilot Project Program are to: provide initial support for new investigators to establish research in the area of environmental health; allow for exploration of innovative new directions representing a significant departure from ongoing funded research for established investigators in the environmental health sciences; stimulate investigators from other areas of endeavor to apply their expertise to environmental health research; and to provide an opportunity for investigators to take a multidisciplinary approach to environmental health research through collaboration with others.

Application deadline is Saturday, April 15; funding start date is Thursday, June 1.

For more information on this program and application guidelines please contact Jacqueline Breen at jbreen@mit.edu or x3-6282.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on March 15, 2006 (download PDF).

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