Overview

The Texas A&M Superfund Research Center (Superfund Center) will comprehensively evaluate the complexities of hazardous chemical exposures, potential adverse health impacts, and potential hazards of exposures to complex mixtures through a series of multi-disciplinary projects that derive from a case study utilizing Galveston Bay.

Climate change, increased coastal populations, and shifts in domestic economic activity markedly increase the risks of catastrophic chemical contamination events resulting from weather-related or human-caused emergencies, all of which increase the risk of potential adverse health impacts.

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Upcoming Events

Big Data Session 5

Date: November 3, 2021

PLACING TOXICOLOGY DATA IN THE CONTEXT OF EXPOSURE
Caroline Ring (US EPA)

Big Data Session 6

Date: December 1, 2021

“EXPERIMENTS ARE TOO HARD!”—HOW TO USE ONLINE RESOURCES TO PREDICT CHEMICAL HAZARD AND EXPOSURE 
Ruchir Shah, Alex Sedykh, Vijay Gombar, and Austin Ross (Sciome LLC)

Disaster Research Training Workshop

Start date: December 2, 2021 - End date: December 3, 2021

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New publication from the Exposure Core and Project 3 shows how ion mobility spectrometry-mass spectrometry can be used for rapid identification of diverse environmental chemicals and their metabolites 
— Texas A&M Superfund (@tamusuperfund) Oct 21, 2021
Project 3 trainees Lucie Ford and Haley Moyer receive their White Coats yesterday! This year's ceremony more than made up for one cancelled one year ago. Gig'em Aggies! @SRP_NIEHS @tamutox @tamuvetmed
— Texas A&M Superfund (@tamusuperfund) Oct 20, 2021
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