Risk e-Learning Web Seminars
Superfund Research Program
The SRP conducts interactive, Web-based "Risk e-Learning" seminars in collaboration with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Land and Emergency Management (OLEM). These live, two-hour events are hosted on the Contaminated Site Clean-Up Information (CLU-IN) website and provide information about innovative treatment and site characterization technologies to the hazardous waste remediation community: EPA risk assessors and regional project managers, state and local regulatory agencies, environmental engineering/consulting firms, and academia.
Superfund Research Program Colleagues
"Congratulations! With your high quality content, consistency, and networking, you've made significant inroads into EPA's Superfund / Hazardous Waste Community...Small wonder with your on-target webinar series over the past couple of years, from those on nanotechnology to ecological risk tools to bioavailability to the imminent series on sediment reduction."
— Charles G. Maurice, Ph.D. ORD Superfund Technology Liaison Region 5
The upcoming series focuses on adverse outcome pathways (AOPs), which are structured ways to represent biological events leading to adverse health effects.
- 2017: Adverse Outcome Pathways
- 2017: Analytical Tools and Methods
- 2016: The Interplay Between Environmental Exposures and Infectious Agents
- 2016: SRP Water Innovation - An Integrated Approach to Sustainable Solutions
- 2015: Integrating Data from Multidisciplinary Research
- 2014: Porewater Concentrations and Bioavailability: How You Can Measure Them and Why They Influence Contaminated Sediment Remediation
- 2014: PCBs in Schools
- 2013: Using GIS Tools to Analyze, Compute, and Predict Pollution
- 2012: Arsenic – Health and Remediation Applications
- 2012: Early-life Exposures – Long term Health Consequences
- 2011: Community Engagement: New Approaches and Success Stories
- 2010: Contaminated Sediments: New Tools and Approaches for in situ Remediation
- 2010: Ecological Risk: New Tools and Approaches
- 2009: Computational Toxicology: New Approaches for the 21st Century
- 2008: Bioavailability - Metals, Organics, and Use at Hazardous Waste Sites
- 2008: Phytoremediation
- 2007: Nanotechnology — Applications and Implications for Superfund
- 2005: Dense Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids
- 2004: Biosensors for Environmental Monitoring
- 2003: Metals
- 2002: Polychlorinated Biphenyls
For more information or to suggest a Risk e-Learning series theme, contact:
Heather Henry, Ph.D.
Health Scientist Administrator
Superfund Research Program
Contractor — Communication Specialist