We are excited to announce the first installment of our public outreach program, “Tarheel Tox Talks,” on Tuesday, October 4th at Chapel Hill’s Tobacco Road Sports Café. Dr. Rebecca Fry, Associate Professor in the UNC Curriculum in Toxicology and Director of the UNC Superfund research program, will give a community-centered presentation about heavy metal contamination in North Carolina’s drinking water and how it can affect community health. This will be followed by a Q&A session and an opportunity to chat with Dr. Fry and other local scientists who study environmental health issues. We encourage both the local and UNC communities, and anyone with an interest in science or environmental health, to attend.
This in an informal, family-friendly, interactive, community-based presentation that can be enjoyed with dinner and/or drinks! The full Tobacco Road menu will be available for purchase and draft beer will be only $2.50. The event is free, but space is limited, so if you are interested please use the RSVP link below.
Who: Dr. Rebecca Fry and the Curriculum in Toxicology
What: “What’s in your water? Toxic metal exposure and human health in North Carolina.”
When: Tuesday, October 4th. Doors open at 6:30 (come early to find a seat and get your order in!), presentation starts at 7:00.
Where: Tobacco Road Sports Café, 1118 Environ Way, Chapel Hill (near Aloft Hotel)
How Much: Free, but seating is limited and will be held by RSVP
What do I have to do? Please RSVP using the QR code on our flyer, or the following link: https://goo.gl/forms/atP2gfmyrQJNcefd2
Follow on Twitter: @TarheelToxTalks