Core A: Administrative

Core Director: Evan Gallager
Deputy Core Director: Thomas Burbacher
Core Contact: Mary Saucier

The Administrative Core provides an environment that promotes cross-disciplinary interactions among all of the projects and cores. The Director, Dr. Evan Gallagher, provide leadership and guidance to plan and coordinate research activities. The Administrative Core works closely with the Internal Executive Committee and the External Science Advisory Board to monitor research progress and inter-discipinary integration, and to ensure that the research translation to relevant stakeholders is timely and effective.

Core B and Core C: Research Translation and Community Engagement

Core Director: Thomas Burbacher
Core Manager: Katie Frevert

The Research Translation Core (RTC) and Community Engagement Core director and staff work with program investigators to disseminate research findings and new technologies to a spectrum of stakeholders. The RTC responds to government agency staff and community partners on issues related to hazardous waste site and contamination issues. The core is well positioned to access relevant informational resources; in matters of information dissemination, the RTC works closely with the Administrative Core.

Core D:

Core Director: Evan Gallagher

The Training Core is structured to facilitate interdisciplinary training among the Research Projects and Cores. The Core has three interconnected emphases:

  • Research experience with University of Washington (UW) SRP biomedical and environmental science projects;
  • Experience interfacing with governmental agencies and stakeholders; and
  • General aspects of professional development.
Core E: Bioanalytical

Core Director: Theo Bammler

The Superfund Bioanalytical Core is designed as a service facility for Superfund investigators, and provides researchers with novel genetic assay development and high throughput genetic analysis. The Superfund Bioanalytical Core supports five Superfund Research Projects and provides centralized interdisciplinary services.

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