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2010 Request for Qualifications for a Data Analysis Center

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RFQ 2010

The Health Effects Institute (HEI) is seeking a qualified statistical data analysis center to develop an analysis plan, manage data, and analyze data collected in a multicenter controlled ozone exposure study in human volunteers. The data will be collected in three centers in the United States. Each center will expose approximately 30-36 subjects. (See RFA 10-1 for more information.)
Request for Qualifications 2010

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Publications from this RFA

Research Report 192 Part 1
Mark W Frampton
John R Balmes
Philip A Bromberg
Paul Stark
Mehrdad Arjomandi
Milan J Hazucha
David Q Rich
Danielle Hollenbeck-Pringle
Nicholas Dagincourt
Neil E Alexis
Peter Ganz
Wojciech Zareba
Maria G Costantini

HEI Research Report 192 describes a multicenter study by John Balmes at the University of California–San Francisco, Phil Bromberg at the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill, and Mark Frampton at the University of Rochester, New York. The study was designed to test whether ozone has short-term cardiovascular effects at present-day ambient levels. It evaluated respiratory and cardiovascular outcomes in 87 healthy participants (60 years old on average) who were exposed to 0, 70, or 120 ppb ozone for 3 hours while exercising moderately.