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You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience. Thanks! Skip Navigation Search Text Select Search Scope Search This Site Just This Site Search SBU Website SBU Website Search Search Text Search Site Site The Gelfond Fund for Mercury Research and Outreach Home About Us About The Gelfond Fund Advisory Board Current Projects Research Outreach Mercury and Fish What You Should Know About Methylmercury In Fish How Does Mercury Get Into Fish? Seafood Mercury Database Fish Advice For Physicians Case Reports Of Methylmercury Poisoning Information Sources For Health Professionals References Identifying Populations At Risk Resources Blood Mercury Reports Epidemiological Studies Research Programs Scientific Reviews Government Organizations Policy Resources News Stories Contact Us Welcome The Gelfond Fund for Mercury Research & Outreach aims to improve the understanding of how mercury cycles in our environment and the health effects of methylmercury from fish consumption. We are focused on providing information to the public and health professionals about how mercury gets into seafood and what the health effects can be from too much mercury. We believe that once informed, people can make appropriate choices for themselves. What makes the message challenging is that all fish are not equal — some fish have more methylmercury than others as well as varying amounts of nutritious components such as omega-3 fatty acids. We aim to help inform people about the seafood they choose to eat. More Key Publications Access Database of Mercury Levels in Commercial Fish!  Key Publications: Intl. Jrnl. Hygiene and Env. Health, 2014: "Elevated blood Hg at recommended seafood consumption rates in adult seafood consumers" Environmental Health Perspectives, 2012: "A Quantitative Synthesis of Mercury in Commercial Seafood: Implications for Exposure in the U.S." Journal of Toxicology, 2011: "Recognizing and Preventing Overexposure to Methylmercury from Fish and Seafood Consumption: Information for Physicians" Environmental Health News Twitterprint Consortium for Interdisciplinary Environmental ResearchStony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794-5000Phone: 631.632.3162Fax: 631.632.3770 Discrimination Sexual Misconduct Accessibility Barrier ©Admin Login2023Stony Brook University

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