Injury and Disease Exposure and Risk Factors Grants Portfolio
Providing Research Grants for All Mining…
The Alpha Foundation is seeking to award research addressing the root causes of disease, injuries, and fatalities in the mining industry and achieve successful implementation of practical solutions derived from the research effort.
The Foundation is committed to fund projects that explore innovative ideas and concepts, complement existing research efforts and address knowledge or technology gaps in mine safety and health. To this end, cooperative research efforts with mining entities, stakeholder groups and state and federal institutions are encouraged. The Foundation plan is a balanced approach, incorporating a blend of engineering and health science with behavioral science and training, needed to solve mining safety and health problems.
About This Topic
The Foundation is seeking to identify and evaluate exposures and risk factors that lead to the onset or advancement of injuries and diseases among miners. Without this information, pursuing a productive solution can be futile.
- Musculoskeletal Disorders
- Cardiovascular disease
- Respiratory Disease
- Hearing Loss
- Surveillance and Epidemiology Methods
Oregon State University (Grant Number AFC316-61)
University of California, San Francisco (Grant Number: AFC618-04)
South Dakota School of Mines and Technology (Grant Number: AFC618-13)
Oregon State University (Grant Number: AFC618-38)
Oregon State University (Grant Number: AFC618-68)
University of California, San Francisco (Second Phase Funding Grant AFC618SP-88)
Indiana University (Grant Number AFC719-34)
University of Cincinnati (Grant Number AFC719-53)
University of California, San Francisco (Grant Number AFCTG20-98)