Robert Hurt interviewed on WPRI News

Dr. Robert Hurt (Director, Project 4 PI, Administrative Core Leader) was interviewed on WPRI news. Dr. Hurt discussed Brown researchers' recent work on the potential use of the nanomaterial graphene for mosquito bite prevention.

(Distributed September 19, 2019)

Joseph Braun to participate in US Congress Briefing

Joseph M. Braun will be presenting in an upcoming US Congress Briefing examining “A Healthy Start for Every Child: How the Environment Influences Health and Development.” The briefing will take place on Tuesday, September 24, 2019.

(Distributed September 17, 2019)

Graphene for Mosquito Bite Prevention

A new paper by Brown SRP researchers highlights the potential use of the nanomaterial graphene for mosquito bite prevention.

(Distributed September 4, 2019)

2019 Narragansett Indian Tribes August Meeting Powwow

The Narragansett Indian Tribe, a partner of the Brown SRP, will be holding their 344th August Meeting Powwow on August 10-11, 2019. This is the oldest recorded powwow in North America and features traditional cuisine, music, dancing, art, and books.

(Distributed August 1, 2019)

Dr. Marcella Thompson Receives RI-INBRE Funding

Dr. Marcella R Thompson (Community Engagement Core Co-Leader) was awarded funding from RI-INBRE for a pilot project entitled, Tools for Tribal Environmental Health Literacy and Community-Driven Discussions. This project is the next step in the multi-faceted multi-year SRP research study, The Namaus (All Things Fish) Project. Namaus means fish in the Narragansett Tribal language.

(Distributed July 23, 2019)

Dr. Eric Suuberg presents vapor intrusion webinar

Dr. Eric Suuberg (Associate Director, Project 3 Leader, RTC Leader) presented “Understanding Transients in Vapor Intrusion” for the Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) & Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP) webinar series. 

(Distributed July 17, 2019)

In It to Win It

Dr. Cynthia Browning, Post-Doctoral Researcher with the Brown University Superfund Center, co-chaired a Society of Toxicology 2018 Education-Career Development session, “In It to Win It: How to Negotiate During the Interview Process.”  

A recording of the session is available here.

(Distributed May 16, 2019)

Thomas Marlow wins S4 Prize

Trainee Thomas Marlow (CEC) won the Spacial Structures in the Social Sciences (S4) Graduate Student Paper Prize for his work "Environmental Justice in the Post-Industrial Landscape."

Congratulations Tom!

(Distributed May 14, 2019)

SRP Conducts a Grantsmanship Workshop for Trainees

Agnes Kane (Training Core Leader and Project 2 PI) and Cynthia Browning (Postdoctoral Trainee) conducted a two-part Grantsmanship Workshop and Mock Study Session for SRP and T32 trainees.

(Distributed March 11, 2019)
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