Upcoming EaRTH Funding Opportunities

Pilot Project – Spring 2021 RAP Cycle

Cancer and Environmental Health RFA. Joint award with the Helen Diller Comprehensive Cancer Center. Details on RAP.
January 25 - Call for Applications; March 1 - Application Deadline

 

Other Funding Opportunities

EPA Challenge: Cleaner Indoor Air During Wildfires

EPA is partnering with 10 federal, state, tribal and local organizations to stimulate the development of new technologies to clean indoor air. The first step in this effort is the development and launch of a competition called a Challenge, which offers a cash prize for the best technology design for cleaning indoor air during wildfire smoke events and high pollution days. Through this challenge, EPA and its partners encourage the development of new approaches, technologies, or technology combinations (termed "solutions") for keeping indoor air as clean as possible during periods when outdoor PM2.5 concentrations are elevated.
Submission Starts: February 16, 2021; Submission End: May 17, 2021
Launch Webinar: March 4, 2021 11AM-12PM (EST). Register here. 

Investigating Industry Influence Over Scientific Information on Breast Cancer and the Environment: Exploring the UCSF Industry Documents Library

The California Breast Cancer Research Program (CBCRP) is excited to announce an open funding opportunity that examines past efforts by the tobacco, chemical, drug, food, and fossil fuel industries to suppress public awareness of the link between breast cancer and environmental exposures.
CBCRP intends to fund one project with a maximum budget of $150,000 direct costs and duration of 1 year.
Completed responses to this RFP are due by Wednesday, March 24, 2021, 12 pm PST. View additional information and the full RFP.


EaRTH Center Grants

There are several EaRTH Center funded awards available throughout the year. Check the website or join the email list to stay up to date about application deadlines.

Research Pilot Award in Environmental Health allows new or established faculty to rapidly transfer skills and developments from other research areas to the arena of environmental health research.

Mentored Scientist Award in Environmental Health is specifically for early-stage investigators and will support innovative research projects and provide career and mentoring in environmental health research.

Mentored Clinician Award in Environmental Health is administered jointly with the Community Engagement Core (CEC) and provides dedicated time for a clinician to gain experience in environmental health.

 

Grants for Trainees

NIEHS Fellowship Awards (F30/F31/F32)

Graduate Intern Fellowship in Toxicology

Career exploration grants for Postdocs

 

NIH Funding

NIH/NIEHS Funding

NIEHS program announcements

NIH Early Stage Investigator Policies

NIEHS Career Award Grants

NIEHS ONES Award

NIH Grant Application Writer's Workbook

Supplements for your NIEHS Grant

 

Other Funding Opportunities

EPA Funding

National Science Foundation (NSF) Funding