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Pilot Project Funding

The Pilot Project Program provides limited, short-term funding to encourage innovation, creativity, and multidisciplinary collaborations, to attract new scientists to our center, and to address gaps in our knowledge about lifestage vulnerability to environmental exposures. Click here for previously funded studies .

M-LEEaD Traditional Pilot Project Funding

The Michigan Lifestage Environmental Exposures and Disease (M-LEEaD) Center announces support to initiate new research projects or new research directions of existing projects that aim to define, explain, or mitigate impacts of environmental exposures during vulnerable stages of life. Projects that aim to include, develop, or expand research-community partnerships are encouraged.

Letter of intent is due February 11, 2019. Applications are being accepted through March 11, 2019. Further information is available in the Request for Applications document.

Please send the Letter of Intent to the M-LEEaD Administrative Assistant, at, and Dr. Dana Dolinoy, M-LEEaD Deputy Director & Pilot Project Program Leader, at


Dana Dolinoy, PhD
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