Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

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  • We study innovative fungi-based asbestos remediation strategies.

    We study innovative fungi-based asbestos remediation strategies.

  • We are developing a blood test for asbestos exposure.

    We are developing a blood test for asbestos exposure.

  • Occupational and non-occupational asbestos exposures will be examined.

    Occupational and non-occupational asbestos exposures will be examined.

  • We study ways to prevent mesothelioma.

    We study ways to prevent mesothelioma.

  • Our studies are driven by community-based concerns about asbestos waste.

    Our studies are driven by community-based concerns about asbestos waste.

What are the Trainees doing now . . .?

 

While in Washington DC July 11th and 12th attending the 2018 Science + Policy Institute for the Superfund Research Partnerships Network (Network: Duke University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Kentucky, University of Louisville), Penn SRP Trainees with the RTC/CEC coordinators and the Director of the Penn SRP RTC, took the time to visit with Adam Tarr, Pennsylvania Senator Casey's energy and environment staffer.

 


. . .  in April, 2018 SRP Trainee Sabrina Elkassas (with the help of the Research Translation Core
team) visited the Wissahickon Valley Boys & Girls Club in Ambler, PA to show local 4th graders
how to think about creative solutions to problems using the scientific method . . .
. . . for more activities of Penn SRP Investigators and Trainees link here