Superfund Research Program
The NIEHS Superfund Research Program (SRP) funds university-based multidisciplinary research on human health and environmental issues related to hazardous substances. The central goal is to understand and break the link between chemical exposure and disease. In keeping with the NIEHS mission, teams of diverse professionals develop, test, and implement unique, solution-oriented approaches to address complex environmental health problems. They are improving the understanding of environmental contaminants, which may lead to lower environmental cleanup costs, reduced risk of exposure, and improvements in human health.
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Risk Assessment Webinar
Please join us for an SRP Research to Risk Assessment (R2RA) Information Exchange webinar, Risk Assessment: How It Works and How Your Research Can Help, on November 5, 1:00-3:00 p.m. EST.
SRP Annual Meeting
Registration is open for the 2014 SRP Annual Meeting , hosted by UC Berkeley, November 12-14 in San Jose, California.
Find information on current and upcoming SRP funding opportunities.
SRP Trainee Videos
Check out the
NIEHS Training YouTube page
to learn about SRP trainees
and their research.
SRP Research Brief 238
Measuring Vapor Intrusion
to Estimate Underground
Please join us for a webinar series, Porewater Concentrations and Bioavailability. The next session is on November 19, 2014, 2:00-4:00 p.m. EST.
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- Contaminated Water Linked to Pregnancy Complications, BU SRP Study Finds
October 9, 2014
- SRP Researchers Receive Awards at EMGS
October 8, 2014
- Brown SRP Staff Talk with Environment and Energy Leaders
September 23, 2014
- Measuring Vapor Intrusion to Estimate Underground Contamination
October 1, 2014
- The Flame Retardant Firemaster 550, Fat Cells, and Bone Health
September 3, 2014
- Developments toward Low-Cost, Unattended Vapor Intrusion Monitoring
August 6, 2014