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Your Environment. Your Health.

News Items: Duke University

Superfund Research Program

Analytical Chemistry Core

Project Leader: P. Lee Ferguson
Co-Investigators: Heather M. Stapleton, Heileen Hsu-Kim
Grant Number: P42ES010356
Funding Period: 2011-2022
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News Items List

  • Researchers respond quickly after Hurricane Florence
    Environmental Factor - November 2018
    After Hurricane Florence devastated parts of North and South Carolina in September, current and former NIEHS Superfund Research Program (SRP) grantees hit the ground running to test for pollution. As soon as they could reach areas affected by severe flooding, SRP researchers teamed up to take air, soil, and water samples in an effort to characterize contaminants that might be present, including concentrations and likely sources.
  • Environmental chemistry goes high-tech
    Environmental Factor - August 2018
    P. Lee Ferguson, Ph.D., from Duke University, develops sophisticated methods to answer important questions like, What chemicals are in your drinking water? What about inside your home?
  • Ferguson Presents Tools to Assess Unknown Environmental Chemicals
    SRP News Page - July 2018
    At the July 10 Keystone Science Lecture, Duke University SRP Center researcher Lee Ferguson, Ph.D., discussed his work using non-targeted approaches to identify contaminants in water, dust, and other environmental media. His talk drew a wide audience from across the Institute.
  • Risk e-Learning Web Seminar Series on Analytical Tools and Methods a Big Success
    SRP News Page - July 2017
    In a spring 2017 three-part Risk e-Learning Web seminar series titled 'Analytical Tools and Methods,' the Superfund Research Program (SRP) highlighted groundbreaking chemical detection, measurement, and fate and transport modeling techniques developed by grantees. In total, this series attracted 1,209 live participants, 6,543 online archive views, 1,419 audio podcast downloads, and 14,596 video podcast downloads.
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