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Funding Opportunities

Active RFAs

This new investigator award supports creative early career investigators, at the Assistant Professor or equivalent level, with outstanding promise who are interested in the health effects of air pollution. Request for Applications 23-3 provides up to 3 years of funding to early career investigators for a project relevant to HEI's research interests. 

HEI's RFQ 24-1 seeks to fund research to identify and assess the potential emissions, air quality, human exposure, or human health benefits that can be achieved by replacing older medium- and heavy-duty diesel vehicles in the United States with lower-emission vehicle technologies.

RFA 24-1 seeks to fund studies that assess cumulative impacts of chemical and nonchemical stressors on health, tailored to a specific intervention, program, policy, outreach method, or other action aimed at reducing chemical or nonchemical stressor exposures.

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Project Negotiations and Investigator Commitment

HEI's research oversight and review processes are different from those at many other funding agencies. Please familiarize yourself with the requirements before applying. Read about the scientific negotiation of project plans, the research agreement (contract), quality assurance program, progress reports, site visits, annual conference, final report, and publications.

HEI Project Negotiations and Investigator Commitments

Quality Assurance and Quality Control Procedures for HEI Studies

 HEI's Conflict of Interest Policy

Instructions and application forms