CORE D: Research Translation
Justin Siegel, Ph.D.
University of California, Davis
The ability to communicate research findings and to facilitate the application of Superfund-related discoveries is critical to the Program. The myriad of strategies used in Core D reflects vast and diverse ability to reach broad audiences and create meaningful impacts aimed at improving public health. Through partnering with and delivering information to appropriate end-users (e.g., USEPA, ATSDR, Federal and local agencies and impacted communities), the UC Davis Research Translation Core is critical to the facility of the UC Davis
Superfund Center to effectively use research to advance science and protect human and environmental health.
Field-test of new technology to establish microbial activity in a MTBE/TBA-contaminated drinking water supply