Community Engagement/Research Translation Cores Network
Superfund Research Program
This page contains materials for the Superfund Research Program's (SRP's) network of Community Engagement Cores (CEC) and Research Translation Cores (RTC).
We Need Your Data!
SRP Community Engagement/Research Translation Data Collection Form
Please use this form to keep NIEHS updated regarding your Center's recent accomplishments and collaborative activities.
Partnerships for Environmental Public Health (PEPH) Resource Center (http://partners.niehs.nih.gov/)
We encourage SRP grantees to upload materials to this valuable resource center, hosted by NIEHS.
This page contains lists of the CECs' and RTCs' leaders as well as links to their respective pages on the SRP website.
You can e-mail all members of the RTC Contact List at: email@example.com .
You can e-mail all members of the CEC Contact List at: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Note: If you include both addresses in your e-mail's "To" line, recipients who are on both lists will receive only one copy of your message.
SRP CEC/RTC Communication & Collaboration
SRP grantees have created this site as an extension of the CEC/RTC meetings, where attendees develop and share ideas.
EPA/ATSDR Contact List for Superfund Research Program - November 2010 (1MB)
One of SRP's goals is to foster collaboration between the scientists it funds and government officials, including those at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR). This document contains the most recent list of relevant EPA and ATSDR contacts, organized by region.
Materials of Interest
SRP Annual Meeting (2010): CEC/RTC Discussion Group Notes
During SRP's Annual Meeting in November 2010, personnel from the different programs' RTCs and CECs met to discuss how to collaborate more effectively with government, translate their research to policy, etc. This document contains notes from their strategy sessions.
CEC/RTC Workshop Materials:
- SRP Research Translation/Outreach Annual Meeting: Emerging Issues, Emerging Progress (November 5, 2009)
- Partnering with USEPA and ATSDR to Improve the Use of Superfund Research Program Science (July 28, 2009)
- Translating SRP Triumphs into Public Health Progress: Understanding and Implementing Effective Research Translation (February 11-13, 2009)
Letter from Dr. William Suk
In this letter, Dr. Suk, SRP's Director, encourages grantees to keep their RTCs updated on their Centers' recent accomplishments and collaborative activities.