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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New Posting: Notice of Change in Application Review Cycle Frequency for the Superfund Hazardous Substance Basic Research and Training Program (P42) (NOT-ES-15-018).
Find information about this notice and on current and upcoming SRP funding opportunities.
SRP staff, grantees, and partners describe SRP experiences and successes in a recent paper and in a series of videos.
The 2015 HHS Small Business SBIR/STTR Omnibus Grant Solicitations are now live!
Standard application due dates: September 5, January 5, and April 5.
SBIR and STTR Grant Solicitation Notice
SRP Small Business Grants Program
PCE in Drinking Water Linked to Cancer and Epilepsy
SRP Trainee Highlight:
Daniel Gusenleitner, Boston University SRP
See the SRP Public Health Impacts Training Page to learn about Gusenleitner and his research.
Check out our interactive, Web-based seminars produced in collaboration with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response (OSWER).
University of California, San Diego SRP Center researcher Julian Schroeder elected to the National Academy of Sciences
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Read the latest publications from SRP researchers
SRP Trainee Videos
Check out the NIEHS Training YouTube page to learn about SRP trainees and their research.
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