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The Pathfinder Projects


The Pathfinder Projects are:

  • The Drinking Water Microbiome: Integrating Metagenomics and Transcriptomics as a Novel Pilot Approach to Assess Health Risks and Ecosystem Management
  • The Systems Reality Modeling Project Part 1: Chemical Inventory
  • Community-wide Health Status and Trends: Real-time Monitoring and Epidemiology Using Sewage Chemical-Information Mining
  • In Vitro Toxicity Evaluation of Alternative Sustainable Nanomaterials
  • Toxicoproteomic Identification, Classification, and Prioritization of Environmental Chemical Mixtures: Implication in Evaluation and Improvement of Current Risk Assessment Guidelines and Approaches
  • Developing an Integrated Screening Assay for Detection of Thyroid Hormone Disruptors: Environmental Samples and Chemicals of Concern
  • Global to Genome (G2G):  Specification of a Computational Platform for Agency-wide, Seamless Data Flow and Computational Modeling in Support of Health, Ecological, and Climate Risk Characterizations
  • Development of a Next-Generation Comprehensive Global Environmental Modeling System for Assessing Air and Water Quality in Current and Future Climates
  • Scaling of Ecological Patterns and Processes:  Achieving Regional Inference from Localized Observations
  • Innovative approach for biological treatment of hydrophobic chlorinated pollutants in water and gas streams under anoxic and anaerobic conditions
  • Transformational Approach to Monitoring Water Quality Sustainability of Coastal Ecosystems from Satellite Remote Sensing
  • Reducing the Persistence of Polymer Nanocomposites and Nanoparticle Coatings by Enhancing Their Light-Induced Degradation

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