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. Our goal is to promote cross-fertilization of knowledge across biomedical science, environmental science, and engineering disciplines through interdisciplinary training in research translation, community engagement, and data analysis.

Nick Chew Project 5

Jeliyah Clark Projects 2 and 3

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