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Dartmouth's Toxic Metals Superfund Research Program Training Core

Summary:

The Training Core supports undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral level interdisciplinary training in fields related to environmental health and environmental science and engineering. By enhancing cross-training of students in disciplines not traditionally connected, the core is able to enhance the interdisciplinary nature of the Program.

We organize a range of training activities that help researchers at the beginning of their scientific careers develop into highly motivated, productive, interdisciplinary scientists. See website for details

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Research Opportunities

  • Post-doctorate fellowships ( Research Opportunity )

    Post-doctorate fellowships are available for those with a demonstrated ability to work across disciplinary boundaries and produce excellent science.

Services

  • Recruitment ( Support service )

    We actively encourage high-caliber, motivated graduate students from Dartmouth College programs to participate in Superfund Program research. We are particularly interested in helping students whose talents cross interdisciplinary boundaries in realizing their career goals. Post-doctorate fellowships are available for those with a demonstrated ability to work across disciplinary boundaries and produce excellent science. At the undergraduate level, recruitment into the Dartmouth Superfund program is via department, university-wide and national fellowship programs, and the Center for Environmental Health Sciences (CEHS)

  • Supporting Interdisciplinary Environmental Health Research ( Support service )

    Our Training Core supports and directs interdisciplinary training in environmental health sciences at the postdoctoral, graduate and undergraduate level within (and between) the biomedical and non-biomedical projects of the Dartmouth Toxic Metals Superfund Research Program. This includes the departments of Biological Science, Chemistry and Earth Sciences in the College, and the Departments of Physiology, Microbiology and Immunology, Biochemistry and Community & Family Medicine in the Medical School.


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