- April 17, 2013 - Federal Register Notice: World Trade Center, Certification of Breast Cancer in WTC Responders and Survivors Exposed to PCBs — change in certification requirements, effective April 17, 2013, are described.
- December 10, 2012 - Clarification: FOA Number PAR-12-126--Cooperative Research Agreements Related to the World Trade Center Health Program (U01)
The maximum funding period for the FY 13 Announcement “Cooperative Research Agreements Related to the World Trade Center Health Program (U01)” is for up to three years. The table under the Research Objectives in Section I of the announcement will be amended to so that the long-term project period will be up to three years. The total cost per year for long-term projects will remain the same in the table.
- November 21, 2012 - Delay in Grant Application Submission for PAR-12-126 "Cooperative Research Agreements Related to the WTC Health Program" due to Hurricane Sandy.
- October 12, 2012 - WTC Health Program: Information Resources for Physicians, Members, and the Public on the Addition of Cancer— Over 50 types of cancer are now included on the list of WTC-Related Health Conditions covered by the WTC Health Program.
- October 1, 2012 - Update: The WTC Health Program is now able to provide medical monitoring and treatment benefits for survivors who live outside the New York City metropolitan area. Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information.
- July 26, 2012 - Update to Cooperative Research Agreements Related to the WTC Health Program. This Notice updates PAR-12-126 to inform applicants who plan to submit FY13 applications for “Cooperative Research Agreements Related to the World Trade Center Health Program” (PAR-12-126) awards about changes in the Application Receipt Date and the Letter of Intent Receipt Date.
- March 23, 2012 - Funding Opportunity Announcement for PAR-12-126. The purpose of this announcement is to support research projects and epidemiologic studies to help answer critical questions about physical and mental health conditions related to the September 2001 terrorist attacks including: biomarkers of exposures or health outcomes; epidemiologic studies; exposure-response relationships; improvements in diagnosis and treatment; patterns of illness (age, gender, etc.); risk factors for disease; and other research studies on WTC-related health conditions or emerging conditions.
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