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Project Publications: University of Alabama at Birmingham: Administrative Core

Superfund Research Program

Administrative Core

Project Leader: Veena Antony
Co-Investigators: Lisa Curtis, Sergey Mirov, Gabriela R. Oates
Grant Number: P42ES027723
Funding Period: 2020-2025
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  • Goswami A, Adkins-Jablonsky SJ, Filho MM, Shilling MD, Dawson A, Heiser S, O'Connor A, Walker M, Roberts Q, Morris JJ. 2023. Heavy metal pollution impacts soil bacteria community structure and antimicrobial resistance at the Birmingham 35th Avenue Superfund site. Microbiol Spectr 11(2):doi:10.1128/spectrum.02426-22 PMID:36951567 PMCID:PMC1010105



  • Gafarov O, Watkins R, Fedorov V, Mirov S. 2020. Cross-section of electrical impact excitation in bulk n-type monocrystalline Al:Cr:ZnSe. Opt Mater Express 10:2135-2141. doi:10.1364/OME.402399
  • Hiremath N, Young S, Ghossein H, Penumadu D, Vaidya U, Theodore M. 2020. Low cost textile-grade carbon-fiber epoxy composites for automotive and wind energy applications. Composites Part B: Engineering 198:108156. doi:10.1016/j.compositesb.2020.108156
  • Kooduvalli K, Vaidya U, Ozcan S. 2020. Life cycle assessment of compostable coffee pods: a US university based case study. Sci Rep 10:9158. doi:10.1038/s41598-020-65058-1 PMID:32513993 PMCID:PMC7280196
  • Rana T, Jiang C, Liu G, Miyata T, Antony V, Thannickal V, Liu R. 2020. PAI-1 regulation of TGF-B1-induced alveolar type II cell senescence, SASP secretion, and SASP-mediated activation of alveolar macrophages. Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol 62:319-330. doi:10.1165/rcmb.2019-0071OC PMID:31513752 PMCID:PMC7055702
  • Singh DK, Vaidya A, Thomas V, Theodore M, Kore S, Vaidya U. 2020. Finite element modeling of the fiber-matrix interface in polymer composites. Journal of Composites Science 4(2):58. doi:10.3390/jcs4020058
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