Despite considerable improvements in U.S. air quality over the past 50 years, the air quality in homes continues to be affected by sources inside and outside. Researchers still have large gaps in their knowledge of the ways individual behaviors and outdoor air quality impact both air quality in homes and human health. They are conducting a study that will use newly developed air quality measurement tools to measure air pollution inside and outside homes. The aim is to see how indoor sources, like cooking and cleaning, and outdoor air pollution influence the air quality inside homes.
To learn more about the study and its eligibility requirements, click here. We will contact you to discuss your possible interest and potentially schedule a time for the first study activity.
This study is being conducted by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (IRB00016301).