The UNC SRP trainees acquire research skills and translational training surrounding the environmental problems associated with inorganic arsenic contamination of groundwater in North Carolina and exposure-related metabolic disorders/diabetes. Through disciplinary experiences, trainees gain hands-on opportunities with field and laboratory research, data management and analysis, community engagement, and research translation while working on problems at the interface of arsenic exposure in drinking water and human metabolic disorders.

Jeliyah Clark Projects 2 and 3

Nick Chew Project 5

Lauren Eaves Projects 2 and 3

Amaree Gardner Projects 2 and 3

Chelsea Obeidy Project 4

Hannah Peel Project 4

Aakriti Sharma Project 4

Ginger Shaw Project 2

Riley Vickers Project 5

James Xenakis Project 2

Director: Rebecca Fry, PhD
Deputy Director: Fernando Pardo-Manuel de Villena, PhD
Funding provided by NIEHS grant #P42 ES031007

135 Dauer Drive
253 Rosenau Hall, CB #7431
Chapel Hill, NC, 27599-7431