Research Development & Grant Writing News
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- What does NSF mean by Innovation Ecosystem?
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- Changes Coming to STEM Education Programs
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- Preparing to Write Your Proposal
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COHS Wood Smoke Survey
Participate in the Survey, Receive $200 Merchandise Card
The Health Effects of Wood Smoke Survey is recruiting people to learn how wood-burning stoves affect indoor air and the lungs.
Participants can join if:
- They are 50 to 78 years old
- They use a wood-burning stove to heat their home; and
- They have a lung disease OR have a productive cough (coughs up mucus or phlegm)
In this study, participants will need to:
- Place an indoor air quality monitor in the home – two times, for one week each time.
- Send their phlegm sample and oral rinse samples twice.
- Take health surveys.
- Record their wood stove use and their symptoms each day for two weeks.
To thank participants for joining, participants will receive:
- A $200 merchandise card
- Personal results from the study
To learn more, contact Kristen McHenry (423)-773-3229, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The link to apply is https://redcap.link/woodsmoke. This study is conducted with support from Boise State University, the Mountain West Clinical and Translational Research Infrastructure Network, and the University of New Mexico Comprehensive Cancer Center.