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Form a children’s respiratory health study through the collaborative development of materials and instruments for public education, parental involvement and health assessments, and report-back of results.
Quantify children’s exposures to PM by leveraging an existing community-based air monitoring network and by developing a source-apportionment model using hallmarks of Salton Sea dust.
- Assess the impacts of chronic insults of PM on longitudinal respiratory health and atopic conditions in 500 elementary school-aged children.
Build an evidence base to inform the participation of families in decision-making processes on the Salton Sea.
Establish the Assessing Imperial Valley Respiratory Health and the Environment Community Health Education and Advocacy program to expand the capacity of local institutions and residents to meaningfully address environmental health disparities.
Principal Investigators: Shohreh Farzan, PhD, firstname.lastname@example.org, and Jill Johnston, PhD, email@example.com
Study Coordinator: Dayane Duenas, firstname.lastname@example.org
CCV contact: Orangel Olmedo, email@example.com
This research project is funded by NIEHS, grant #1R01ES029598-01