Grants & Awards

2020

RFA 18-2 (Herting)

Health Effects Institute
Air pollution exposure and prefrontal connectivity in early adolescence

U01 DA041048 (Sowell/Herting, MPI)

NIH/NIDA
ABCD-USA Consortium: Research Project Site at CHLA

2019

Walter A. Rosenblith New Investigator Award

Health Effects Institute
Awarded as a new, creative investigator to pursue research on the health effects of air pollution 

Rose Hills Foundation Innovation Grant (Herting)

Rose Hills Foundation
Air pollution exposure and neurocognition in young adults from the Children’s Health Study

2018

DORI Team Grant (Herting)

USC Diabetes & Obesity Research Institute
Brain-behavioral risk factors for childhood obesity

P30ES007048-23S1 (Gilliland)

NIH/NIEHS
Air pollution exposure, neighborhood social characteristics, and neurocognitive development in adolescents

2017

Data Science RoAD-Trip Award

NIH Big Data to Knowledge
Award to gain Machine Learning experience at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, University of Washington, WA to 

R03 HD090308 (Herting)

NIH/NICHD
The role of androgens in amygdala subnuclei development across human adolescence

SC-CTSI Pilot Grant (Herting)

SC-CTSI/1UL1TR001855-02
Near-roadway air pollution and brain-behavior risk factors for obesity in young adults

2016

K01 MH108761 (Herting)

NIH/NIMH
The influence of fetal testosterone on emotional processing, amygdala neurocircuitry, and risk for affective disorders

A Special Thanks!

Thank you to all of our funding agencies for their commitment to brain research to improve
 child and adolescent health.
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