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News Items: University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

Superfund Research Program

Measuring Chronic Exposure to and Bioavailability of Organic Chemicals and their Metabolites with a Novel Universal Passive Sampling Device

Project Leader: Damian Shea (North Carolina State University)
Grant Number: P42ES005948
Funding Period: 2011-2018
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News Items List

  • Commercializing Passive Sampling Technology to Enhance the Risk Analysis Process
    SRP News Page - December 2015
    Damian Shea, Ph.D., and his team at North Carolina State University have developed a new passive sampling technology that provides more accurate estimates of chronic exposure to hundreds of bioavailable chemicals in water.
  • SRP Research Shines at Battelle Conference
    SRP News Page - March 2015
    Superfund Research Program (SRP) staff and grantees were well represented at the Eighth International Conference on Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments, January 12-15, 2015, organized and presented by Battelle and other sponsors.
  • Chemical Leveraging Resources to Better Understand Chemical Exposures
    SRP News Page - January 2015
    A joint effort has led to the creation of theSoutheast Global Change Monitoring Portal(GCMP), a database that provides a centralized, comprehensive catalog of monitoring sites associated with aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems in the southeastern United States.
  • UNC Superfund scientists study effects of Dan River coal ash spill
    Environmental Factor - April 2014
    n response toone of the largest coal ash spills in the nation's history, a team of NIEHS-funded scientists led by Damian Shea, Ph.D., joined forces with state and federal regulatory agencies to help answer important questions about the toxic chemicals present in the coal ash.
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