ILSI Health and Environmental Sciences Institute Seeks Proposals

The Health and Environmental Sciences Institute (HESI) of the International Life Sciences Institute seeks proposals by Friday, December 6, regarding emerging scientific issues in human or environmental health. 

HESI is a nonprofit institution that seeks to engage scientists from academia, government, and industry in identifying and resolving such issues.

The text of their announcement follows:

 
HESI SOLICITS EMERGING ISSUES PROPOSALS FOR 2014 ACTION
 
Click here to submit a proposal.
 
Deadline:  Friday, 6 December 2013
 
PLEASE SHARE THIS ANNOUNCEMENT WITH INTERESTED COLLEAGUES.
 
Is your organization facing new scientific challenges?
Are you seeking a collaborative forum to help generate data,
develop methodologies, or build consensus on applications for safety?
 
The ILSI Health and Environmental Sciences Institute (HESI) seeks your suggestions for priority emerging scientific issues (human or environmental health) that should be addressed through a focused, multi-sector collaborative program.  The most promising proposals will form the basis of new scientific initiatives within HESI, and will receive supporting funds to initiate activities in the fall of 2014. 
 
Proposal submissions do not require a commitment of resources or any current or prior affiliation with the HESI organization.  Click here for more information about the HESI Emerging Issues Proposal process. 
 
To submit a proposal, complete the proposal form (access it here), and return it to Ms. Cyndi Nobles (HESI) at cnobles@hesiglobal.org (fax: 202-659-3617) by Friday, 6 December 2013
 
 
Contact:
Nancy G. Doerrer, MS
HESI Associate Director
 
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The ILSI Health and Environmental Sciences Institute (HESI) is a nonprofit institution
whose mission is to engage scientists from academia, government, and industry
to identify and resolve global health and environmental issues.
 

 

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