Myron Lard, a second-year doctoral student in the Department of Chemistry, has been awarded funding by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences to conduct mentored research with the LSU Superfund Research Program.
New Study Shows Environmental and Social Factors Contribute to Higher Rates of Pneumonia in Children
A new study led by researchers in the LSU Superfund Research Program demonstrates that children who are exposed to a certain type of environmental air pollution are more likely to contract community acquired pneumonia, or CAP, and to be hospitalized for longer periods of time.
LSU Research Team Awarded $1.4 Million Equipment Grant from the National Science Foundation
News article about Dr. Richmond-Bryant's appointment to a World Health Organization Technical Advisory Group.
Translating Science on Emerging Contaminants and Hazardous Materials: from Basic Science to Policy Change
Landing page for the LSU SRP 2021 Community-Engaged Webinar series.
LSU SRP research on EPFRs found in soils at superfund sites was featured in a webinar hosted by Chemical and Engineering news (c&en).
2022 Annual Dellinger Symposium
February 23, 2022