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Progress Reports: Northeastern University: Research Translation Core

Superfund Research Program

Research Translation Core

Project Leader: Phil Brown
Grant Number: P42ES017198
Funding Period: 2010-2020
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The Research Translation Core (RTC) persistently contributed to translating and disseminating research results to a wide variety of stakeholders, including hosting and organizing education programs for young learners, offering sessions on environmental health for health professionals, extensive publishing in peer reviewed journals (more than 40), and distributing a variety of brochures for the lay public and health professionals on exposure prevention. PROTECT also hosts webinars for the national SRP, NIEHS, and broader environmental health communities. The RTC co-hosts the annual Northeast SRP meeting. The Core has continued to demonstrate a strong response to ensuring the safety and welfare of team members, study participants, and community health center partners through providing necessary supplies and education about the water quality and its impacts to communities surrounding Superfund sites. The Core continues to write articles on this work and conduct new research on two recently awarded R-21 grants through NIEHS' special hurricane funding program.

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