The Gulf Coast Center for Precision Environmental Health (GC-CPEH), the NIEHS Environmental Health Sciences Core Center in the Texas Gulf Coast Region (P30ES030285), stimulates impactful environmental health research, provides inter-institutional access to resources and state-of-the-art technologies, fosters community engagement, and enables rapid coordination of research and response activities during and after environmental disasters.
2023 NIEHS EHSCC Meeting in Houston
October 17-19, 2023
The Westin Houston Medical Center/Museum District
1709 Dryden Rd, Houston, TX 77030
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FACILITY CORES UTILIZATION & SUBSIDY
Our center offers a wide variety of subsidized in-house and external core services for our center members.
PIPELINE Facility Core
State-of-the-art imaging with continually evolving genomic, epigenomic, metabolic and proteomic, and informatics approaches, applied from the single-cell to population level studies.
Integrated Health Sciences Facility Core
Seamless access to expertise and capabilities for translational research of basic sciences into clinical and population-based studies.
Core Utilization and Subsidy Program
Members using our facility cores for in-house services, consultations, or to place orders for outside services are eligible for subsidies to underwrite their costs up to 50%.
PILOT PROJECT PROGRAM
The center supports pilot studies designed to promote precision environmental health research at the intersection of genetics/epigenetics, environmental health, and data science.
The Full Pilot Grant funding mechanism supports projects up to $40,000 with a one-year performance period.
Rapid Response Awards
The Rapid Response funding mechanism is designed to respond quickly to meritorious requests for support from GC-CPEH members to address time-sensitive research opportunities.
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“Research reported in this publication was supported by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number P30ES030285. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.”