Join us on Friday, September 22! A Superfund-themed symposium will be held in Environment Hall on Duke University’s West Campus from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.
Bill Suk, PhD, Director of the Superfund Research Program at NIEHS, will give a keynote lecture to start the day. Investigators from each of the Duke Superfund Center’s research projects and support cores will provide an overview of their work, and trainees will present research highlights during the afternoon session.
Please RSVP here. Please park in the Bryan Center – parking passes will be given during the symposium.
Kickoff: Duke University Superfund Research Center (SRC)
Fall 2017 Symposium: hosted by the Duke University Program in Environmental Health
Field Auditorium, Environment Hall, Duke University West Campus
8:30 – 9:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00 – 9:15 am Welcome and Introductions, Dr. Heather Stapleton, Deputy Director, Duke University SRC
9:15 – 10:00 am Keynote: History of the Superfund Program, Dr. Bill Suk, Director, NIEHS Superfund Research Program
10:00 – 10:20 am History and Highlights of the Duke University SRC, Dr. Rich Di Giulio, Director, Duke University SRC
10:20 – 10:35 am Coffee Break
10:35 am – 12:30 pm Overview of Center: PI speed talks (7 minutes + 3 for questions)
- Project 2: Dr. Seth Kullman
- Project 3: Dr. Joel Meyer
- Project 4: Dr. Dave Hinton
- Project 1: Dr. Ed Levin
- Neural and Behavioral Toxicity Assessment Core: Dr. Ed Levin
- Analytical Chemistry Core: Dr. Lee Ferguson
- Research Translation Core: Bryan Luukinen
- Community Engagement Core: Dr. Liz Shapiro-Garza and Catherine Kastleman
- Training Core: Dr. Joel Meyer
- Project 5: Dr. Claudia Gunsch
12:30 – 1:45 pm Lunch (provided)
1:45 – 3:45 pm Trainee Speed Talks – Topically Organized (17 minutes + 3 for questions)
- Savannah Volkoff (Project 5)
- Dr. Erin Kollitz (Project 2)
- Jordan Kozal (Project 4)
- Casey Lindberg (Project 4)
- Dr. Jessica Hartman (Project 3)
- Dr. Andrew Hawkey (Project 1)
3:45 – 4:30 pm Discussion: Promoting Collaborations
What opportunities are we missing? What help/resources (other projects, cores, etc.) would we each like to advance our research?