Center for Reproductive Epidemiology
Congratulations to Shanna Swan! Her paper "Decrease in anogenital distance among male infants with prenatal phthalate exposure" was chosen as the Environmental Health Perspectives paper of the year. Click here to listen to a podcast about her award.
The Center for Reproductive Epidemiology is lead by Shanna H. Swan, Ph.D. Click here to learn about our team.
New publications are appearing frequently. Check here for updates on the latest research!
SFF is the cornerstone of several research efforts at CRE. Click here to learn about this influential and foundational three-part study.
The Infant Development and Environment Study is currently enrolling. There are four centers around the country recruiting women in their first trimester. As the name suggests, we are interested in learning about how everyday chemicals in the environment shape a baby’s development.
Want to know what we’re up to? Click here to find out about our current research and see how you can be involved.
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