The Superfund Research Center at Duke University focuses on early, low-dose exposures to environmental contaminants and their developmental impacts, changes usually only evident later in life. Research at the Center has shifted during the 20 years of funding, as knowledge of Superfund chemicals and remediation techniques have improved. Though the basic research questions have changed, the focus on developmental impacts of environmental toxicants has been a constant.
- CEC release guides on collecting data on contaminants in fish and on communicating about fish consumption advisories October 31, 2022
- Duke Superfund Research Center awarded 5-year $11.7 million grant for continued environmental health and exposure research October 21, 2022
- Duke University and Oakland University release report on potential health risks from consuming wild caught fish from the Lower Cape Fear River basin June 13, 2022