BUSRP program-wide meeting strengthens collaborations


This summer, BUSRP investigators came together at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) to discuss our work and highlight opportunities to strengthen our research through collaboration. A central strength of the Superfund Research Program is its multidisciplinary nature, bringing together researchers with diverse expertise to produce solutions-oriented results. BUSRP is proud to continue building on two decades of multidisciplinary research with new directions and initiatives as a result of these longstanding collaborations.

This meeting was led by our Community Engagement Core and Research Translation Core. Trainees were invited to participate, as contributors and as part of the ongoing efforts of the Training Core to familiarize trainees with the workings of a complex research program.

June 22, 2017