Dr. Heather Stapleton, Duke Superfund Research Center Co-Director and PI of Project 2, recently testified in front of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) at a hearing for a petition to ban organohalogen flame retardants in consumer products under the Federal Hazardous Substance Act. Dr. Stapleton’s research focuses on […]

Heather Stapleton, PhD Testifies on Flame Retardants for CPSC Petition ...

  On Friday, September 22, the Duke University Program in Environmental Health (UPEH) and the Duke University Superfund Research Center hosted a day-long symposium that brought together researchers, students, representatives from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), and members of the public to learn about the Superfund Research […]

Superfund Symposium Celebrates History, Accomplishments, and Collaborations

  The Duke Superfund Research Center, and the Center’s Project 3 on persistent mitochondrial and epigenetic effects of toxicant exposure in particular, was well-represented at the recent Environmental Mutagenesis & Genomics Society (EMGS) Annual Meeting in Raleigh, North Carolina, from Sept. 9-13.   Susan Murphy, an investigator on Duke SRC Project 3, spoke […]

Duke Research Highlighted at EMGS Annual Meeting

Duke trainee Jordan Kozal (Di Giulio lab) was featured in a recent edition of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) Superfund Research Program (SRP) e-Posted Notes, a monthly online newsletter that goes out to SRP affiliates. Read the full post here! Jordan’s research focuses on how exposure to […]

NIEHS Features Trainee Jordan Kozal