The University of Washington Superfund Research Program (UW SRP) is made up of four research projects and five support cores. The research projects focus on characterizing the mechanisms of nervous system toxicity and environmental contamination associated with metal exposures. The support cores complement the research projects by providing community engagement; research translation; training for graduate and post-doctoral students; functional genomics and bioinformatics; and administrative support. See below for a list of all the people who comprise our program.
Program Director & Principal Investigator Project 1
Director of Community Engagement and Research Translation Cores
Principal Investigator Project 3
Manager of Community Engagement
Manager of Functional Genomics and Bioinformatics