Research Projects & Cores

Our program is comprised of five research projects: two biomedical projects and three environmental science projects. Our biomedical projects explore the mechanisms of arsenic toxicity and our environmental science projects investigate how hazardous wastes (especially arsenic and mine tailings dust) can be optimally characterized and contained. The projects are supported by four support cores: administration, research translation, community engagement, and graduate training.

Our interdisciplinary program includes over 70 people, comprising faculty, staff, and students from six Colleges (Medicine, Pharmacy, Science, Agriculture and Life Sciences, Engineering, and Public Health).

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Support Cores: