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Your Environment. Your Health.

Project Publications: University of Rhode Island: Inflammation and Metabolic Changes in Children Developmentally Exposed to PFASs

Superfund Research Program

Inflammation and Metabolic Changes in Children Developmentally Exposed to PFASs

Project Leader: Philippe Grandjean (Harvard School of Public Health)
Co-Investigator: Qi Sun (Harvard University)
Grant Number: P42ES027706
Funding Period: 2017-2022
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Publications

2020

  • Grandjean P, Timmermann CA, Kruse M, Nielsen F, Vinholt PJ, Boding L, Heilmann C, Molbak K. 2020. Severity of COVID-19 at elevated exposure to perfluorinated alkylates. PLoS One 15:doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0244815 PMID:33382826
  • Landrigan PJ, Stegeman JJ, Fleming LE, Allemand D, Anderson DM, Backer L, Brucker-Davis F, Chevalier N, Corra L, Czerucka D, Bottein MD, Demeneix B, Depledge MH, Deheyn DD, Dorman CJ, Fenichel P, Fisher S, Gaill F, Galgani F, Gaze WH, Giuliano L, Grandjean P, Hahn ME, Hamdoun A, Hess P, Judson B, Laborde A, McGlade J, Mu J, Mustapha A, Neira M, Noble RT, Pedrotti ML, Reddy C, Rocklov J, Scharler UM, Shanmugam H, Taghian G, van de Water JA, Vezzulli L, Weihe P, Zeka A, Raps H, Rampal P. 2020. Human health and ocean pollution. Ann Glob Health 86:64. doi:10.5334/aogh.2831 PMID:33354517 PMCID:PMC7731724
  • Liu G, Zhang B, Hu Y, Rood J, Liang L, Qi L, Bray GA, DeJonge L, Coull BA, Grandjean P, Furtado JD, Sun Q. 2020. Associations of perfluoroalkyl substances with blood lipids and apolipoproteins in lipoprotein subspecies: The POUNDS-lost study. Environmental Health 19:doi:10.1186/s12940-020-0561-8 PMID:31931806 PMCID:PMC6958662
  • Timmermann CA, Jensen KJ, Nielsen F, Budtz-Jorgensen E, van der Klis F, Benn CS, Grandjean P, Fisker AB. 2020. Serum Perfluoroalkyl Substances, Vaccine Responses, and Morbidity in a Cohort of Guinea-Bissau Children. Environ Health Perspect 128:doi:10.1289/ehp6517 PMID:32772733 PMCID:PMC7416537

2019

  • Ammitzboll C, Bornsen L, Petersen ER, Oturai AB, Sondergaard HB, Grandjean P, Sellebjerg F. 2019. Perfluorinated substances, risk factors for multiple sclerosis and cellular immune activation. J Neuroimmunol 330:90-95. doi:10.1016/j.jneuroim.2019.03.002 PMID:30852181 PMCID:PMC6461219
  • Eryasa B, Grandjean P, Nielsen F, Valvi D, Zmirou-Navier D, Sunderland EM, Weihe P, Oulhote Y. 2019. Physico-chemical properties and gestational diabetes predict transplacental transfer and partitioning of perfluoroalkyl substances. Environ Int 130:doi:10.1016/j.envint.2019.05.068 PMID:31200157 PMCID:PMC7029428
  • Grandjean P. 2019. Developmental fluoride neurotoxicity: An updated review. Environmental Health 18:doi:10.1186/s12940-019-0551-x PMID:31856837 PMCID:PMC6923889
  • Grandjean P, Abdennebi-Najar L, Barouki R, Cranor CF, Etzel RA, Gee D, Heindel J, Hougaard KS, Hunt P, Nawrot T, Prins GS, Ritz B, Soffritti M, Sunyer J, Weihe P. 2019. Timescales of developmental toxicity impacting on research and needs for intervention. Basic Clin Pharmacol Toxicol 125:70-80. doi:10.1111/bcpt.13162 PMID:30387920 PMCID:PMC6497561
  • Grandjean P, Xiao C, Valvi D, Nielson F, Jensen TK, Weihe P, Oulhote Y. 2019. Associations of Exposure to Perfluoroalkyl Substances With Thyroid Hormone Concentrations and Birth Size. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 105:doi:10.1210/clinem/dgz147
  • Hu XC, Tokranov AK, Liddie J, Zhang X, Grandjean P, Hart JE, Laden F, Sun Q, Yeung LW, Sunderland EM. 2019. Tap water contributions to plasma concentrations of poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in a nationwide prospective cohort of U.S. women. Environ Health Perspect doi:10.1289/EHP4093 PMID:31170009 PMCID:PMC6792361
  • Lim X. 2019. Tainted water: the scientists tracing thousands of fluorinated chemicals in our environment. Nature 566:26-29. doi:10.1038/d41586-019-00441-1 PMID:30728524
  • Shaffer RM, Sellers SP, Baker MG, de Buen Kalman R, Frostad J, Suter MK, Anenberg SC, Balbus J, Basu N, Bellinger DC, Birnbaum LS, Brauer M, Cohen A, Ebi KL, Fuller R, Grandjean P, Hess JJ, Kogevinas M, Kumar P, Landrigan PJ, Lanphear BP, London SJ, Rooney AA, Stanaway JD, Trasande L, Walker K, Hu H. 2019. Improving and expanding estimates of the global burden of disease due to environmental health risk factors. Environ Health Perspect 127:doi:10.1289/EHP5496 PMID:31626566 PMCID:PMC6867191
  • Shelly C, Grandjean P, Oulhote Y, Plomgaard P, Frikke-Schmidt R, Nielsen F, Zmirou-Navier D, Weihe P, Valvi D. 2019. Early life exposures to perfluoroalkyl substances in relation to adipokine hormone levels at birth and during childhood. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 5338-48. doi:10.1210/jc.2019-00385 PMID:31216000 PMCID:PMC6773461 (ahead of print)
  • Ugai T, Ito H, Oze I, Saito E, Rahman MS, Boffetta P, Gupta PC, Sawada N, Tamakoshi A, Shu X, Koh W, Gao Y, Sadakane A, Tsuji I, Park SK, Nagata C, You S, Pednekar MS, Tsugane S, Cai H, Yuan J, Xiang Y, Ozasa K, Tomata Y, Kanemura, Sugawara Y, Wada K, Chen C, Yoo K, Chia K, Ahsan H, Zheng W, Inoue M, Kang D, Potter JD, Matsuo K. 2019. Association of BMI, Smoking, and Alcohol with Multiple Myeloma Mortality in Asians: A Pooled Analysis of More than 800,000 Participants in the Asia Cohort Consortium. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 28:1861-1867. doi:10.1158/1055-9965.Epi-19-0389 PMID:31399476

2018

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