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Title Principal Investigator Institution Grant Number Program Officer Pubs
A GENETIC APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING MECHANISMS OF EPIGENETIC PERTURBATION BY ENVIRONMENT ideraabdullah, folami y Univ Of North Carolina Chapel Hill K22ES023849 Chadwick, Lisa 2
ASSESSING REPRODUCTIVE TOXICITY OF VARIOUS ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICANTS WITH A NOVEL IN VITRO SPERMATOGENSIS MODEL easley, charles a University Of Georgia K22ES025418 Schug, Thaddeus 2
ASSESSMENT OF JOINT EFFECTS OF PESTICIDES AND AIR POLLUTION IN PEDIATRIC ASTHMA magzamen, sheryl Colorado State University K22ES023815 Joubert, Bonnie 1
ENVIRONMENTAL PRO-OXIDATIVE STRESSORS AND IMMUNOSUPPRESSION sahu, ravi prakash Wright State University K22ES023850 Humble, Michael 7
ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMMING OF INSULIN RESISTANCE veiga-lopez, almudena Michigan State University K22ES026208 Heindel, Jerrold 1
IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL ESTROGENS ON SEXUALLY DIMORPHIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE MOUSE MAMMARY GLAND vandenberg, laura n. University Of Massachusetts Amherst K22ES025811 Reinlib, Leslie 9
METHODS FOR MODELING AIR POLLUTION EFFECTS ON EXHALED BIOMARKERS eckel, sandrah proctor University Of Southern California K22ES022987 Dilworth, Caroline 9
PHTHALATE EXPOSURE, SPERM DNA METHYLATION AND EARLY-LIFE DEVELOPMENT pilsner, j. richard University Of Massachusetts Amherst K22ES023085 Mcallister, Kimberly 3
PRENATAL BIOMARKERS OF EXPOSURE AND INDIVIDUAL SUSCEPTIBILITY TO ENDOCRINE DISRUPTING COMPOUNDS snyder, nathaniel w. Drexel University K22ES026235 Lawler, Cindy 9