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Student Poster Winners

Annual Meeting of the Superfund Research Program
November 10-12, 2010
Portland, Oregon


In the largest poster competition to date, 74 students competed for six prizes at the SRP Annual Meeting in Portland, OR. The judges, representing EPA, ATSDR, NIEHS, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and MDB, reported the competition to be quite fierce, and kept second-round competitors late to deliberate their decisions. This year's winners are listed below. Click on the links to see the students' winning entries.


  • Effects of Early Childhood Manganese and Lead Co-exposure on Neurodevelopment
    Birgit Claus Henn, David Bellinger, Joel Schwartz, Adrienne Ettinger, Howard Hu, Robert Wright (Harvard School of Public Health)
  • Improved Risk Communication Through Assessment of Kentucky Citizens
    Elizabeth Willett, Carolyn Hofe, Limin Feng, Lisa Gaetke (University of Kentucky)
  • Metabolic Characterization of Three Arsenite-Oxidizing Nitrate-Reducing Bacterial Strains
    Lucía Rodríguez-Freire, Wenjie Sun, Reyes Sierra-Alvarez, and Jim A. Field (University of Arizona)
  • Rats Exposed Subchronically by Inhalation to an Urban PCB Congener Mixture Show Minimal Toxicity
    Xin Hu, Andrea Adamcáková-Dodd, Hans-Joachim Lehmler, Dingfei Hu, Nukhet Aykin-Burns, Yueming Zhu, Ian Lai, Keri Hornbuckle, and Peter Thorne (University of Iowa)
  • Three Approaches to Enhancing Phytoremediation of Chlorpyrifos
    Keum Young Lee, Stuart E. Strand, and Sharon L. Doty (University of Washington)
  • Utilizing Silicone Passive Samplers to Expand Environmental Monitoring for the Portland Harbor Superfund, Oregon
    Steven O'Connell, Sarah Allan, Glenn Wilson, Lane Tidwell, Kim Anderson (Oregon State University)
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