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Your Environment. Your Health.

Progress Reports: Dartmouth College: Administrative Core

Superfund Research Program

Administrative Core

Project Leader: Celia Y. Chen
Grant Number: P42ES007373
Funding Period: 2000-2020
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Progress Reports

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The Administrative Core (AC) provided the structure and organization for the Dartmouth Superfund Research Program (SRP) Center to achieve its objectives to understand both the sources of low level exposures and the effects on human health of arsenic (As) and the fate of mercury (Hg) in aquatic environments. The accomplishments of the AC over the past year include providing leadership in organizing and promoting collaboration across the Dartmouth Center projects and cores, providing the administrative and accounting support for each of the projects and cores, working with the Research Translation Core (RTC) and Community Engagement Core to provide information to stakeholders and partners, coordinating research and education opportunities for trainees, and providing a link between the Dartmouth Center and administrative bodies and departments at Dartmouth College and NIEHS. Given the earlier transition in leadership of the Center, the AC coordinated grants management between the Geisel School of Medicine and Arts and Sciences at Dartmouth College. The AC also organized biweekly Center meetings including project updates, Executive Committee meetings, and seminars of invited speakers. Among other events, the AC sponsored and helped to organize the Northeast Regional Superfund Research Program (NE-SRP) meeting, and with the RTC, organized the annual New Hampshire Arsenic Consortium meeting. The AC also followed up on submissions of published papers in eRA Commons and assisted the RTC in reporting accomplishments to the SRP.

 

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