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Your Environment. Your Health.

Progress Reports: Brown University: Administrative Core

Superfund Research Program

Administrative Core

Project Leader: Robert H. Hurt
Grant Number: P42ES013660
Funding Period: 2005-2021
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During this period, the Administrative Core supported the Center’s diverse outreach and translation activities to partners and environmental health stakeholders in academia, government, professional organizations, and communities. The Core organized the Brown SRP seminar series, organized and hosted the annual retreat in October 2019, and led a series of large-group and advisory committee meetings. The Core organized and hosted an interdisciplinary international workshop in 2019 entitled: “Two-Dimensional Materials for Human Health and the Environment.” New atomically-thin sheet like solids are being synthesized in hundreds of laboratories around the world and being incorporated into a diverse range of next-generation technologies. This one-day event brought together nanoscientists, environmental engineers, toxicologists, and occupational health professionals to explore the applications and implications of this new class of nanomaterials. The Core is also leading the organization of the next Northeast Meeting of Regional SRP Centers, which will be held on the Brown campus in April 2020. The Administrative Core also continued to coordinate the design and piloting of a new institutional repository dedicated solely to the storage, curation, and sharing of diverse digital products generated by the Brown SRP moving forward.

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