Southwest Center Gets $8.3M to Study Effects of Environment on Health

The effects of arsenic, air particulates, sunlight and other environmental factors affecting humans are the focus of multiple projects at the University of Arizona’s Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center, or SWEHSC.

The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, or NIEHS, recently notified the UA that the SWEHSC, funded since 1994, will receive an additional $8.3 million for the next five years, through March 2017.

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