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Translation Research at Texas A&M K.C. Donnelly and R.L. Autenrieth. Specific Aims:. Collaborate with site managers in Regions 6 and 10 to integrate SBRP bioassay protocols into site assessments. Provide training to EPA and/or TCEQ

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Translation Research at Texas A&M

K.C. Donnelly and R.L. Autenrieth


Specific aims
Specific Aims:

  • Collaborate with site managers in Regions 6 and 10 to integrate SBRP bioassay protocols into site assessments.

  • Provide training to EPA and/or TCEQ

  • Support an international conference on health and the environment in Central & Eastern Europe


Aim 1
Aim 1:

  • Establish a “National Bioassay Network”

  • Compare ecological or human health risk assessment as determined by chemical analysis, aquatic bioassays, SBRP bioassays

  • Develop an alternative methodology for bioassay-based risk assessment


Aim 2
Aim 2:

  • Environmental Health for Public Health

  • Site Assessment & Remediation

  • Other training


Aim 3
Aim 3:

  • 2nd Conference held in Bratislava, Slovak Republic, Oct. 22-25, 2006;

  • Over 145 attendees from 22 countries;

  • 5 SBRPs provided posters & faculty or students

  • Co-sponsored by USEPA, ATSDR, European Environmental Agency, WHO


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