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.
- Meyer Lab Study Recognized as one of SETAC Top 10 from 2019 March 13, 2020
- Stapleton Lab–Not All In-Home Drinking Water Filters Completely Remove Toxic PFAS February 6, 2020
- (video) NIEHS Research Brief features research by former trainee Casey Lindberg on hypoxia and PAH exposure in fish February 5, 2020