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Group photo of Karen Wetterhahn Awardees at the 2007 SBRP Annual Meeting
The Karen Wetterhahn Awardees at the 2007 SBRP Annual Meeting in Durham NC. From left to right: Roxanne Karimi, Alicia R. Timme-Laragy, Tiffany Bredfeldt, Anne Spuches, Monica Mendez, Elena Craft, Blakely M. Adair, and Sheila Healy.
(Photo courtesy of Steve McCaw)

The SRP is more than just a basic research program. We also offer valuable graduate and advanced training opportunities in biomedical and environmental health, environmental sciences, ecology, and geosciences. SRP encourages the integration of an interdisciplinary training program as part of every grantee's overall research center. As a result, training is considered an important measure of the success of the overall program and an important asset to the future of environmental health research.

The following SRP web pages provide information on training activities, student successes, and opportunities for students:

 

 

SRP Trainee Highlight

This month, SRP would like to introduce you to Dan Brown, a trainee in the Duke University SRP Program. To read more about Dan and his research, visit the Trainee Highlight web page.

SRP Trainee Webinar Series

The SRP is introducing a trainee webinar series. A link to dates and registration will be posted here as soon as they are available.

Opportunities for Trainees

The Opportunities for Trainees page contains announcements regarding jobs, internships, fellowships, and other professional development.

SRP CareerTrac - Tracking Trainees to Success

CareerTrac is an NIH/NIEHS-funded system to enable evaluation of the training program for SRP trainees (i.e., pre- and postdoctoral trainees either directly supported or conducting research/activities supported by SRP P42 or R01 grants) specializing in the environmental health sciences. CareerTrac is accessible through the NIEHS Research Partners website.

 

For more information about SRP CareerTrac, please contact Danielle Carlin, Ph.D. ( danielle.carlin@nih.gov or 919-541-1409).

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