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Title Principal Investigator Institution Grant Number Program Officer Pubs
A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF ENDOCRINE DISRUPTOR MIXTURES AND REPRODUCTIVE AGING park, sung kyun University Of Michigan At Ann Arbor R01ES026964 Boyles, Abee 8
A PRECONCEPTION COHORT STUDY OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMICALS, FERTILITY, AND MISCARRIAGE wise, lauren a Boston University Medical Campus R01ES029951 Boyles, Abee 0
DEVELOPMENT OF A HIGH-THROUGHPUT PLATFORM FOR SCREENING OVOTOXIC CHEMICALS xiao, shuo University Of South Carolina At Columbia K01ES030014 Schug, Thaddeus 3
DEVELOPMENTAL GENE-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTIONS AND PREMATURE OVARIAN FAILURE luderer, ulrike University Of California-Irvine R01ES020454 Schug, Thaddeus 16
ENDOCRINE DISRUPTING CHEMICALS AND RISK OF UTERINE FIBROIDS: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY wise, lauren a Boston University Medical Campus R01ES024749 Boyles, Abee 4
ENVIRONMENTAL RISK FACTORS FOR UTERINE FIBROIDS: A PROSPECTIVE ULTRASOUND STUDY wegienka, ganesa rebecca Henry Ford Health System R01ES028235 Boyles, Abee 0
ENVIRONMENTALLY RELEVANT PHTHALATE EXPOSURES AND OVARIAN FUNCTION craig, zelieann rivera University Of Arizona R01ES026998 Schug, Thaddeus 2
FLAME RETARDANT EFFECTS ON THYROID HORMONE REGULATION AT THE FETAL-MATERNAL INTERFACE OF THE PLACENTA stapleton, heather m Duke University R01ES031419 Schug, Thaddeus 0
INTRAUTERINE METAL EXPOSURE, PLACENTAL GENE NETWORKS AND FETAL GROWTH deyssenroth, maya ariane Columbia University Health Sciences R00ES029571 Boyles, Abee 0
INVESTIGATING MIXTURES OF POLLUTANTS AND ENDOMETRIOSIS IN TISSUE (IMPLANT) STUDY pollack, anna zulema George Mason University R01ES031079 Boyles, Abee 0
INVESTIGATING MODES OF ACTION OF GLYPHOSATE-INDUCED OVOTOXICITY keating, aileen frances Iowa State University R21ES026282 Schug, Thaddeus 0
INVESTIGATING OBESITY-INDUCED ALTERED OVARIAN INTRACELLULAR SIGNALING keating, aileen frances Iowa State University R01ES030341 Schug, Thaddeus 0
MATERNAL EXPOSURE TO AIR POLLUTION AND EARLY PREGNANCY OUTCOMES gaskins, audrey jane Emory University R00ES026648 Boyles, Abee 17
MECHANISM OF PRENATAL CHROMIUM-VI EXPOSURE AND GERM CELL APOPTOSIS IN THE OVARY banu, sakhila Texas A&M Agrilife Research R01ES025234 Schug, Thaddeus 8
MYCOESTROGEN DISPOSITION AND ACTIVITY IN THE PLACENTA gorczyca, ludwik janusz Rutgers, The State Univ Of N.J. F31ES029794 Schug, Thaddeus 3
PHTHALATE EXPOSURE AND HOT FLASHES IN MIDLIFE WOMEN flaws, jodi a University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign R01ES026956 Boyles, Abee 6
PHTHALATES AND OVARIAN TOXICITY flaws, jodi a University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign R01ES028661 Schug, Thaddeus 7
THE EFFECT OF PHENOL EXPOSURE ON REPRODUCTIVE FUNCTION AND THE URINARY METABOLOME rosen vollmar, ana katherine Yale University F31ES030594 Boyles, Abee 0
THE IMPACT OF MATERNAL AND PATERNAL PRECONCEPTION PERFLUOROALKYL SUBSTANCE (PFAS) EXPOSURE ON REPRODUCTIVE AND PERINATAL OUTCOMES messerlian, carmen Harvard School Of Public Health R01ES031657 Boyles, Abee 0
WATER DISINFECTION BY-PRODUCTS AND FEMALE FERTILITY flaws, jodi a University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign R21ES028963 Schug, Thaddeus 2
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