$5M in grants to monitor Gulf restoration projects or evaluate public health risks


Are you developing effective ways to monitor and evaluate environmental restoration projects in the Gulf of Mexico?

Are you leveraging breakthroughs in toxicology, exposure assessment, or epidemiology to help people make more effective decisions related to oil spills?

The National Academies’ Gulf Research Program is investing up to $5 million in projects that advance science and apply it in one of these two topic areas. We’re asking practitioners to put research insights to work and encouraging researchers to use practitioners’ insights to inform their projects. Read the full details on our website to see if your work is a good fit for this grant opportunity and then register for our April 6 webinar to get your questions answered. Submit a required letter of intent by May 3, 2017; full proposals are due June 28, 2017.


Gulf Research Program

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine


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