Drexel University received a multi-million dollar grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences to establish the Drexel Climate Change and Urban Health Research Center
Through a state initiative, Chester County officials are trying to support qualified homeowners with low and moderate incomes with up to $25,000 for repair costs.
The NIH Environmental Justice Working Group invites feedback on the approaches NIH Institutes, Centers, and Offices can take to support research and capacity building efforts to advance environmental justice in the U.S. and globally
Drexel’s Dornsife School of Public Health to serve as national coordinating center for new NIH Community-led Health Equity Research Program
Drexel received a $20 million award to be disbursed over five years from the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) Common Fund through the agency’s Community Partnerships to Advance Science for Society (ComPASS) program to study health equity solutions nationwide.
The climate crisis impacts everyone. During Climate Week at Penn, which will be held from Sept. 18-22, everyone is invited to find their place in the climate movement.
Penn Medicine will serve a critical role in driving research to reduce pregnancy-related complications and deaths and promote maternal health equity through a new National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant. The $19 million, seven-year grant funds the creation of an implementation science hub as part of the NIH’s new Maternal Health Research of Centers of Excellence initiative.
The National Center for Healthy Housing and the Children’s Environmental Health Network want to hear from you. Have you and your family or someone you know been affected by unhealthy housing conditions?
Learn tips and information for keeping children healthy over the summer covering topics such as tick and mosquito management, sun safety, and indoor and outdoor air quality.
Learn about sources of lead exposure, its impacts on children’s health, and how to reduce lead hazards in early learning environments using deep cleaning techniques.
AirNow is also available as an app, allowing users to efficiently check current and future air quality information.
Exposure to pesticides can have serious health and environmental impacts including poisoning wildlife, contaminating water, killing beneficial insects, and building up in the environment over time, leading to long-term contamination.
This Fund will support community groups working to ensure that all Philadelphia residents have a livable community, free of environmental toxins and hazards.
A new program of the Philadelphia Department of Public Health will provide high grade, HEPA air purifiers to local schools and early childhood education center at no cost.
Featuring Soroya Julian McFarlane, PhD, from the University of Georgia. This seminar was jointly hosted by PRCCEH and the CHARTER Center based in Atlanta. Dr. McFarlane discusses her research and […]
A $2.2 million grant will help launch a University of Maryland-led initiative to address the effects of environmental racism and climate change across the Mid-Atlantic region, providing financial and training […]