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April Rodd to present in NIEHS Webinar

Dr. April Rodd will be a featured presenter in the upcoming NIEHS Webinar, Toxicity Testing Strategies and Model Systems, which is the first session in their New Approaches and Alternatives for Toxicity Testing webinar series.

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(Distributed April 26, 2018)

New Brown SRP article published in Environmental Pollution

Dr. Jennifer Guelfo's new article, Evaluation of a national data set for insights into sources, composition, and concentrations of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in U.S. drinking water, has been published in Environmental Pollution.
(Distributed March 9, 2018)

Kurt Pennell presents at The Emerging Contaminants Summit

Dr. Kurt Pennell is giving an invited platform on PFAS remediation at the Emerging Contaminants Summit in Denver.  His presentation, In Situ Sequestration of Per and Polyfluorinated Substances (PFAS) from Contaminated Groundwater, is on March 6, 2017.

 

(Distributed March 5, 2018)

Safe Design of Two-Dimensional Materials

Robert Hurt will be presenting Brown SRP research in a seminar at the Harvard School of Public Health oMarch 7, 2018 at 1:00 p.m.   The talk, entitled "Safe Design of Two-Dimensional Materials", is be part of the Harvard-NIEHS Nanosafety Center lecture series and is available as a webinar to outside participants.

 

(Distributed February 5, 2018)

Dr. Agnes Kane presentation

Dr. Agnes Kane, Project 2 and Training Core Leader, gave an invited presentation at The Monticello Conference on Asbestos and Elongated Mineral Particles on October 17, 2017.  Her presentation was titled The Asbestos-Carbon Nanotube Analogy: An Update.

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(Distributed January 20, 2018)

Brown SRP welcomes Kurt Pennell

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Our SRP team is excited to announce that Kurt Pennell will join the School of Engineering with a full professor appointment starting on January 1st, 2018.

(Distributed January 2, 2018)
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