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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Join us tonight at 6:00 pm at Castle Heights Park. (Rain location: Castle Heights Baptist Church). Free vaccinations (Pfizer).
— Texas A&M Superfund (@tamusuperfund) May 18, 2021
TAMU SRP community outreach and engagement at Santa Teresa Church, Bryan TX. Yesterday, 400 vaccinations administered by TAM COM ! !
— Texas A&M Superfund (@tamusuperfund) May 17, 2021
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