Grants List

Current

  • National Science Foundation: “Flame Retardant Chemicals: Their Social Discovery as a Case Study for Emerging Contaminants” ($432,676) 2009-2012 (PI)
  • National Institutes of Health: “Ethical and Legal Challenges in Communicating Biomonitoring and Personal Exposure Results to Participants” ($1,826,012) 2009-2014 (co-PI)
  • National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (Superfund Research Program): “Reuse in RI: A State-Based Approach to Complex Exposures” ($11,520,320) 2005-2009; renewed $15,392,906, 2009-2014 (co-PI/Community Outreach Core Director)
  • National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences: “Formative Center for the Evaluation of Environmental Impacts on Fetal Development – Children’s Environmental Health Center ($2,289,097) 2009-2012 (co-PI and Director of Community Outreach and Translation Core)
  • National Science Foundation “Northeast Ethics Education Partnership for Research Ethics/Cultural Competence Training” ($397,984). 2010-2013 (Co-PI)
  • National Science Foundation “New Directions in Environmental Ethics: Emerging Contaminants, Emerging Technologies, and Beyond” ($557,588) 2012-2015 (PI)
  • National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences “Virtual Consortium for Translational/Transdisciplinary Environmental Research: ‘Ethical and Legal Challenges in Communicating Individual Biomonitoring and Personal Exposure Results to Study Participants: Guidance for Researchers and Institutional Review Boards.’” ($1,205,048) 2012-2014. (Co-PI)
  • NIH “Data Sharing and Privacy Protection in Digital-Age Environmental Health Studies” ($1,987,867). 2012-2017 (Co-PI) –

Pending

  • NIMHD “Northeast Collaborative Center for Transdisciplinary & Regional Research in Equity and Disparities: Integrating the Research of the Environmental Justice and Health Disparities Movements” 2012-2017 (Core Leader.)

Completed

  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: Contested Illnesses — Disputes Over Environmentally-Induced Disease, 1999-2002 ($249,973) – PI
  • National Science Foundation: Citizen-Science Alliances in Contested Environmental Diseases, 2000-2003 ($126,091) – PI
  • National Science Foundation: Blue and Green Shades of Health: The Social Construction of Health Risks in the Labor and Environmental Movements, 2004-2007 ($180,000) – PI
  • National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences: “Linking Breast Cancer Advocacy and Environment Justice” ($959,800) 2004-2008 – co-PI
  • National Science Foundation: “The ‘Research Right-to-Know’: Ethics and Values in Communicating Research Data to Individuals and Communities” ($300,000) 2005-2008 – co-PI
  • National Science Foundation: “Micropatterned Nanotopography Chips for Probing the Cellular Basis of Biocompatibility and Toxicity” ($1,200,000) 2005-2009 (co-PI/Director of Social and Ethical Implications Core)
  • National Science Foundation: “Katrina and the Built Environment: Spatial and Social Impacts” ($99,800) 2005-2006 (co-PI)
  • National Science Foundation: “Disaster, Resilience, and the Built Environment on the Gulf Coast” ($749,420) 2007-2010 (co-PI)
  • National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (Superfund Basic Research Program): Supplement to Community Outreach Core of “Reuse in RI: A State-Based Approach to Complex Exposures” ($36,000) 2008-2009 (co-PI)
  • National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Partnerships in Environmental Public Health supplement to “Linking Breast Cancer Advocacy and Environment Justice”( $139,805) 2008-2009 (co-PI)
  • Environmental Protection Agency, CARE grant awarded to the Environmental Justice League of Rhode Island. ($100,000) 2008-2010 (co-PI)
  • Contact

    Environmental Health
    Phil Brown
    318 International Village
    Boston, MA 02115
    p.brown@neu.edu
    617-373-7407