Meet Superfund trainee Casey Lindberg – video

Duke University Superfund Research Center former trainee Casey Lindberg, Ph.D., describes her research on the adaptations and fitness costs of killifish living in Elizabeth River, VA waters polluted with polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). Dr. Lindberg also discusses her work to help set up The Art of a Scientist exhibit at Duke. She was member of the Richard Di Giulio lab within the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke, and Project 4 of the Duke Superfund Research Center.

This video was created by the Research Translation Core of the Duke University Superfund Research Center, with production and editing assistance from Paul Zizzo at Duke University.