Department of Health

Deadline: 30/03/2001
September 29, 2003

The Programme Management Committee invites outline applications to undertake research into the possible health impact of mobile telecommunications. Bids are particularly invited in the following areas:

Effects on brain function;
Consequences of exposure to pulsed signals;
Improvements in dosimetry;
Sub cellular and cellular changes induced by RF radiation and their possible impact on health;
Psychological and sociological studies related to the use of mobile phones;
Epidemiological and human volunteer studies including the study of children, and individuals who might be more susceptible to RF radiation

Outline applications are invited for research projects lasting a maximum of three years. Further details can be found on www.doh.gov.uk/mobilephones/research .
Address: Mrs Baljeet Rehal, PH5B, Room 688D, Skipton House, 80 London Road, London SE1 6LH

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