The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) Hazardous Substance Basic Research and Training Program (Superfund Research Program) provides practical, scientific solutions to protect health, the environment, and communities. Superfund Research Program funds a number of large- and smaller-scale projects in academic institutions and private companies around the United States that are focused on protecting the public from exposure to hazardous substances. A variety of industrial solvents, metals, pesticides and other persistent organic pollutants are found in contaminated water, soil, and air at hazardous wastesites throughout the United States. Superfund Research Program funds grants on basic biological, environmental, and engineering processes to find science-based practical solutions to reduce or prevent exposures to hazardous substances. These activities complement the work of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, and other federal and state agencies. Superfund Research Program also has a strong training component, supporting many outstanding graduate students and postdoctoral researchers. Finally, the Superfund Research Program funds a variety of outreach efforts to facilitate the translation of the research findings to the communities and organizations most concerned with hazardous substances, with the ultimate goal of improving public health.
- September 25, 2020: Registration & Abstract submissions open
- October 16, 2020: Deadline for Registration & Abstract submissions
- October 30, 2020: Final agenda posted
- December 14–15, 2020: Virtual SRP2020 Annual Meeting
- December 16, 2020: Data Science & Data Sharing Mini-Workshop
If you are involved in an SRP Data Supplement or Data Management and Analysis Core, please save the date.
Contact Michelle Heacock with questions.
- December 16, 2020: Virtual Technology Fair
SRP is holding a Virtual Technology Fair for NIEHS-funded small business environmental remediation and monitoring technology developers. All SRP Annual Meeting attendees are invited to join. There will be a separate registration for this free event.
Contact Heather Henry with questions.