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Title: Climate Change and Allergic Airway Disease


Open Date: 07/01/2008 - Close Date: 10/01/2008

Summary: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Research and
Development, National Center for Environmental Research (NCER), in cooperation
with the EPA Global Change Research Program, announces an extramural funding
competition supporting research on the impact of global change on the burden
of allergic airway disease from exposure to pollen, mold, and other
plant-derived allergens. Under the Global Change Research Act of 1990, the
United States Climate Change Science Program (USCCSP) is required to undertake
scientific assessments of the potential consequences of global change for the
United States (e.g. Patz et al., 2000). Global changes encompass changes in
climate, climate variability, land-use, economic development, population
dynamics, and technology advances. EPA is interested in supporting research on
the analysis of health outcomes that may be affected by future global changes
and fostering a better understanding of the consequences of global change for
human health. Information regarding current research can be found on ORDs
National Center for Environmental Research (NCER) web site at

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