Interdisciplinary collaboration is a core philosophy in the Exposure Science Lab. Collaboration enhances research capacity, increases the potential for scientific success, and broadens expertise resulting in research teams that are highly competitive for research awards. The following are target areas of collaboration for the Exposure Science Lab.
- Undergraduate or graduate students interested in research topics related to exposure science for completion of academic requirements such as internships, independent study, thesis, or dissertation;
- Academic faculty interested in collaborating on exposure science-related research projects;
- Public sector agencies (i.e. Departments of Environmental Quality, Health Departments, EPA, CDC) interested in furthering exposure science-related missions using external collaborations; and,
- Private section entities interested research-related innovation and discovery as it relates to preserving human health and quality of life through the assessment and control of adverse exposures to chemical, physical, and biological agents