Texas A&M Superfund Center Trainees Share Excitement About Their Research Through Short Narrated Videos

September 2021

A number of trainees from across the units in the Center volunteered to create short videos that detail their research and its impact on the protection of human health and the environment.

The importance of science communication to broad audiences is one topic that the Center’s Training Core has been emphasizing through “soft skills” boot camps. Trainees polished their skills in this area by working with the CVMBS Communications team in the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences to record and narrate short videos that tell the story of what they work on and how their research is making an impact on regulatory science and communities.

The wide range of topics of these presentations includes analytical chemistry (Alan Valdiviezo and Noor Aly), studies in human cells (Lucie Ford), methods for remediating chemical contamination (Meichen Wang), data analysis (Burcu Beykal), and community engagement (Leanne Fawkes).

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