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2021 SRP Annual Meeting

The NIEHS Superfund Research Program (SRP) in-person annual meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina, has been postponed and dates are TBD. SRP is holding a shorter virtual meeting December 16, 1:00-5:00 p.m. EST, which will feature remarks from NIEHS leadership and talks from SRP trainees, including the 2021 Wetterhahn winner and K.C. Donnelly awardees.

Please use this link to register:

https://nih.zoomgov.com/meeting/register/vJIsduupqDsjH0mr9fX4GuKQKn1w_RtXcOg

SRP Annual Meeting Agenda

  • 1:00-1:15: Welcome, William Suk, Ph.D., Director, Superfund Research Program
  • 1:15-1:30: Remarks from the Director, Rick Woychik, Ph.D., Director, NIEHS
  • 1:30-2:15: Wetterhahn Award Presentation
  • 2:15-2:30: Break
  • 2:30-4:15: KC Donnelly Award Presentations
    • Moderator: Brittany Trottier, M.P.H., Health Specialist, Superfund Research Program
    • Jessica Ewald, University of Iowa, Identification of functional genes and microbial interactions that facilitate PCB degradation
    • Paige Varner, Duke University, Adaptation of high throughput methods to facilitate the detection and quantification of horizontal gene transfer events to improve PAH degradation
    • Jamie Kelly, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Quantifying sources and isolating impact of historical changes in climate on the fate of PAHs
    • Anna Robuck, University of Rhode Island, Investigating PFAS occurrence and uptake in the Delaware River Estuary
    • Yvonne Rericha, Oregon State University, Investigation into the effects of PFAS and PAHs on the development and integrity of zebrafish brain vasculature
    • Katlyn McGraw, University of Louisville, Environmental co-pollutants and cardiovascular disease
    • Maya Spaur, Columbia University, Arsenic exposure in groundwater and public water supplies
    • Ahlam Abuawad, Columbia University, Early life arsenic exposure, metabolomics, and gestational diabetes mellitus
  • 4:15-4:30: Closing remarks
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