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As of Spring 2017, the Duke Superfund Research Center has been renewed for an additional five-year grant cycle. The new center will support five research projects as well as six outreach and training programs/cores. The focus of the center will remain on exploring early life exposure to toxic chemicals that affect development and cause later life consequences. Dr. Richard Di Giulio will continue to serve as the center’s director and Dr. Heather Stapleton will act as deputy director. Please go here for more information.