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Who We Fund: Publication Detail

Project Title: ENDOCRINE DISRUPTING CHEMICALS AND RISK OF UTERINE FIBROIDS: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY
PI: Wise, Lauren A
Institution: Boston University Medical Campus
Grant Number: R01ES024749

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Publication Title Authors Grant Number(s) Journal (Pub date) PubMed Link Pub Year
Intake of Lycopene and other Carotenoids and Incidence of Uterine Leiomyomata: A Prospective Ultraso ...   Wise, Lauren A; Wesselink, Amelia K; Bethea, Traci N; Brasky, Theodore M; Wegienka, Ganesa; Har ... R01ES024749, R01ES024749 J Acad Nutr Diet (2021 Jan) 33350944 Exiting the NIEHS site 2021 
Correlates of exposure to phenols, parabens, and triclocarban in the Study of Environment, Lifestyle ...   Bethea, Traci N; Wesselink, Amelia K; Weuve, Jennifer; McClean, Michael D; Hauser, Russ; Willia ... R01ES024749, R01ES024749 J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol (2020 01) 30692588 Exiting the NIEHS site 2020 
Correlates of organochlorine pesticide plasma concentrations among reproductive-aged black women.   Orta, Olivia R; Wesselink, Amelia K; Bethea, Traci N; Claus Henn, Birgit; Sjödin, Andreas; Wegi ... R01ES024749, R01ES024749 Environ Res (2020 05) 32182481 Exiting the NIEHS site 2020 
Correlates of plasma concentrations of brominated flame retardants in a cohort of U.S. Black women r ...   Orta, Olivia R; Wesselink, Amelia K; Bethea, Traci N; Claus Henn, Birgit; McClean, Michael D; S ... R01ES024749, R01ES024749 Sci Total Environ (2020 Apr 20) 32018967 Exiting the NIEHS site 2020 
Depot Medroxyprogesterone Acetate Use and Blood Lead Levels in a Cohort of Young Women.   Upson, Kristen; Harmon, Quaker E; Heffron, Renee; Hall, Janet E; Wise, Lauren A; Wegienka, Gan ... R01ES024749, R01ES024749, R01ES028235, R01ES028235 Environ Health Perspect (2020 11) 33206002 Exiting the NIEHS site 2020 
Dietary Fat Intake and Risk of Uterine Leiomyomata: A Prospective Ultrasound Study.   Brasky, Theodore M; Bethea, Traci N; Wesselink, Amelia K; Wegienka, Ganesa R; Baird, Donna D; W ... R01ES024749, R01ES024749 Am J Epidemiol (2020 12 01) 32556077 Exiting the NIEHS site 2020 
Response to Society for Epidemiologic Research Diversity and Inclusion Survey Commentaries.   DeVilbiss, Elizabeth A; Weuve, Jennifer; Fink, David S; Arah, Onyebuchi A; Radoc, Jeannie G; Da ... R01ES024749, R01ES024749, R01ES028694, R01ES028694 Am J Epidemiol (2020 10 01) 32602539 Exiting the NIEHS site 2020 
Predictors of plasma polychlorinated biphenyl concentrations among reproductive-aged black women.   Wesselink, Amelia K; Bethea, Traci N; McClean, Michael; Weuve, Jennifer; Williams, Paige L; Hau ... R01ES024749, R01ES024749 Int J Hyg Environ Health (2019 08) 31285139 Exiting the NIEHS site 2019 
P-values and reproductive health: what can clinical researchers learn from the American Statistical ...   Farland, L V; Correia, K F; Wise, L A; Williams, P L; Ginsburg, E S; Missmer, S A R01ES009718, R01ES009718, R01ES024749, R01ES024749 Hum Reprod (2016 11) 27664212 Exiting the NIEHS site 2016 
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