Our work is generously supported by grants, foundation support, and private philanthropy. We are grateful for support from:
  • Conquer Cancer®, the ASCO Foundation recognizing the work on wildfire's impact on lung cancer patients undergoing cancer care treatment in collaboration with Leticia Nogueira from American Cancer Society.
  • The Radiation Oncology Institute (ROI) “New Era of Radiotherapy” for supporting our work to understand how wildfire events impact the provision of radiation therapy.
  • The UCSF Helen Diller Comprehensive Cancer Center's Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA) for supporting our work wildfires and climate health equity.
  • The Mount Zion Health Fund, who awarded Dr. Katie Lichter and Dr. Osama Mohamad funding to investigate environmental impacts of radiotherapy care, in collaboration with Dr. Lisa Singer, Dr. I-Chow Hsu, Dr. Alexander Gottschalk, Dr. Felix Feng, Gail Lee, Dr. Seema Gandhi, and Dr. Catherine Park.
  • The Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society student grant to support Alex Conway and Kali Smolen to develop a conference emissions calculator.
  • The Bay Area Physicians for Social Responsibility project support for the investigation of medical conference emissions.
  • The University of California Carbon Neutrality Initiative Fellowship for supporting UCSF's "Greening Radiology" efforts.



If you are interested in helping to advance our efforts, please contact Alan Taniguchi, Operations Manager, at [email protected] or 415-353-9880.