Welcome to the Stapleton Lab website! The Stapleton lab is a toxicology and environmental health-focused analytical chemistry lab in the Environmental Sciences and Policy Division of the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University. We study exposure science and contaminants located in the natural environment, as well as indoor environments. Click through the tabs to learn more about our various research projects, each of our lab members, and to view our publications and press appearances.

Meet the Lab Members!
We are a fun group of chemists dedicated to environmental health.

Check out our publications including our latest about PFAS.

Stapleton Lab Equipment
Learn more about the instruments used in our lab.

PFAS Research
PFAS first made local headlines in North Carolina...

Wristband Research
Silicone wristbands collect dust and various contaminants.

Mass Spectrometry
We're using high resolution mass spec to analyze environmental samples.


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