Celia Y. Chen, Ph.D. Leader, Research Translation Core
Laurie Rardin, M.E.S. Research Translation Coordinator
The Research Translation Core (RTC), informs and educates federal and state environmental agencies, scientific colleagues, interest groups and the public about Dartmouth's toxic metals research findings. Creating responsive dialogue between investigators in the program and its stakeholders is a key component of the RTC, to ensure that research questions and results are used in the most effective ways possible.
Examples of some of our most recent RTC projects on arsenic and mercury are listed below. Please contact us if you would like more information on our research, would be interested in discussing a collaboration opportunity, or if you have suggestions for additional ways in which we can reach our stakeholders with information on the ways in which arsenic and mercury impact environmental public health.
Make sure to view our short videos on Arsenic in wellwater and Mercury in the environment and Take a survey about the movie "Mercury: From Source to Seafood" and /or Take a survey on the movie In Small Doses: Arsenic
To learn more about our program, please browse further through this website and check out ourfact sheet.
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