Dartmouth Researcher Honored with 2010 NIEHS Karen Wetterhahn Award

Dartmouth researcher Courtney Kozul-Horvath, PhD, is the recipient of the 2010 Karen Wetterhahn Memorial Award, which was presented November 12, 2010, at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) Superfund Research Program Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon.

Coastal and Marine Mercury Ecosystem Research Collaborative

Fifty researchers, policy-makers and stakeholders from around the globe were convened in Portsmouth, New Hampshire by Dartmouth’s Toxic Metals Superfund Research Program (SRP), at the first of two workshops to integrate current marine mercury science with questions relating to mercury policy world-wide.

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In Small Doses: Arsenic, will be Adapted for WGBH TV Teachers Domain Website

In Small Doses: Arsenic, a 10-minute movie produced by Dartmouth's SRP explaining the risks associated with exposure to arsenic in private well water, will be adapted by WGBH TV, a public television affiliate, for use on their Teacher's Domain website (

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Seminar: Arsenic on Your Plate

Professor Andrew Meharg, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, presented a public seminar, Arsenic on Your Plate, at Dartmouth this fall. Professor Meharg, author of Venomous Earth, discussed the occurrence of arsenic in food and focused on arsenic in rice, a current research project in our SRP.

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