Current and former DUSRC investigators awarded Toxicological Sciences ‘Paper of the Year’ for study on paternal preconception cannabis exposure

Duke DUSRC researchers win 'Paper of the Year' from Toxicological Sciences

Theodore Slotkin
Edward Levin
Frederic Seidler

Current Duke Superfund Project 2 Principal Investigator Ed Levin, and former Center investigators Theodore Slotkin and Frederic Seidler were honored by the Society of Toxicology with ‘Paper of the Year’ for the journal Toxicological Sciences for their paper looking at how paternal exposure to cannabis in rats prior to mating results in deficits in dopaminergic synaptic activity in their offspring.

This study was supported by the Duke University Superfund Research Center. You can access the study here: