Support Cores


Superfund at Duke has five cores that serve supportive roles to the research programs.  Two of the cores serve as analytic resources to the 4 research projects, one serves an administrative role, and the remaining two are geared toward developing the skills of our students and communicating research to audiences beyond academia.

Core A: Neural and Behavioral Toxicity Assessment
Lead Investigator: Edward Levin, Co-Investigator: Theodore Slotkin
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Core B: Analytical Chemistry Core
Lead Investigator: Lee Ferguson
Pratt School of Engineering

Administrative Core
Lead Investigator: Richard Di Giulio, Co-Investigator: Theodore Slotkin
Nicholas School of the Environment, Department of Pharmacology and Cancer Biology

Training Core
Lead Investigator: Edward Levin
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Research Translation Core
Lead Investigator: Charlotte Clark
Nicholas School of the Environment

Community Engagement Core
Lead Investigator: Elizabeth Shapiro-Garza
Nicholas School of the Environment