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Study of Phthalates in Pregnant Woman and Children
Grant Number R829436
RFA: Endocrine Disruptors: Epidemiologic Approaches (2001)


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Book (1)
Journal Article (8)
Presentation (24)
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Abstract Swan SH. Fetal and postnatal environmental exposures and reproductive health effects in the male:recent findings. Fertility and Sterility 2008;89(2 Supplement 1):e45. R829436 (Final)
Book Swan SH, Guillette Jr., LJ, Myers JP, vom Saal FS. Epidemiological studies of reproductive effects in humans. In: Jorgensen SE, Fath BD, eds. Encyclopedia of Ecology. 1st Edition, Elsevier, BV, Oxford, 2008, pp. 1383-1388. R829436 (Final)
Journal Article Marsee K, Woodruff TJ, Axelrad DA, Calafat AM, Swan SH. Estimated daily phthalate exposures in a population mothers of male infants exhibiting reduced anogenital distance. Environmental Health Perspectives 2006;114(6):805-809. R829436 (2005)
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Journal Article Sathyanarayana S, Karr CJ, Lozano P, Brown E, Calafat AM, Liu F, Swan SH. Baby care products:possible sources of infant phthalate exposure. Pediatrics 2008;121(2):e260-e268. R829436 (Final)
Journal Article Sathyanarayana S, Calafat AM, Liu F, Swan SH. Maternal and infant urinary phthalate metabolite concentrations: are they related? Environmental Research 2008;108(3):413-418. R829436 (Final)
Journal Article Swan SH, Main KM, Liu F, Stewart SL, Kruse RL, Calafat AM, Mao CS, Redmon JB, Ternand CL, Sullivan S, Teague JL. Decrease in anogenital distance among male infants with prenatal phthalate exposure. Environmental Health Perspectives 2005;113(8):1056-1061. R829436 (2005)
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Journal Article Swan SH. Prenatal phthalate exposure and anogenital distance in male infants. (letter to the editor) Environmental Health Perspectives 2006;114 (2):A88-89. R829436 (Final)
Journal Article Swan SH, Main K, Kruse R, Stewart S, Redmon B, Ternand C, Sullivan S. Anogenital Distance and Phthalate Exposure:Swan et al Repond. (response to letter to the editor) Environmental Health Perspectives 2006;114(1):A20-A21. R829436 (Final)
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Journal Article Swan SH. Semen quality in fertile US men in relation to geographical area and pesticide exposure. International Journal of Andrology 2006;29(1):62-68. R829436 (Final)
Journal Article Swan SH. Environmental phthalate exposure in relation to reproductive outcomes and other health endpoints in humans. Environmental Research 2008;108(2):177-184. R829436 (Final)
Presentation Swan SH. Study for future families II: phthalates in pregnant women and children. Presented at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency STAR Research Program, Research Triangle Park, NC, October 28, 2002. R829436 (2003)
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Swan SH. Phthalates in pregnant women and children: the study for future families birth cohort. Presented at the Human Health Effects of Phthalate Exposure Workshop, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Research Triangle Park, NC, March 27, 2003.

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Swan SH. Parameters from infant exams biomarkers for hormonal influences during development? Presented at the University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, September 9, 2003.

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Presentation Swan SH. Studying environmental exposures and sexual parameters in function in men, women and children. Presented at the NRP50 Seminars, Zurich, CH, and Lausanne, CH, December 2004. R829436 (2006)
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Presentation Swan SH. Phthalates in pregnant women and children. Presented at the MU Nutrition Seminar, Columbia, MO, November 2004. R829436 (2006)
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Presentation Swan SH. Phthalate exposure in US mothers and their infants. Presented at the EPA STAR Grant Research Program: PI meeting, New Orleans, LA, October 2004. R829436 (2006)
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Presentation Swan SH. Phthalates and infant development: New findings from the Study for Future Families. Presented at the Seminar Series on Growth and Reproduction, Copenhagen, DK, September 2004. R829436 (2006)
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Presentation Swan SH. Identifying the phthalate syndrome in humans:a model for translational research. NIEHS Distinguished Lecturer, RTP, NC, December 2005. R829436 (Final)
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Presentation Swan SH. Boys’ genital development in relation to prenatal phthalate exposure. Presented at the Workshop on Fertility and Reproduction, Copenhagen, DK, January 2005. R829436 (2006)
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Presentation Swan SH. Decreased anogenital distance in male infants following prenatal phthalate exposure. Presented at the International academy of Sex Research, Ottawa, Canada, July 2005. R829436 (Final)
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Presentation Swan SH. Prenatal phthalate exposure and male genital development. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Endocrine Society, San Diego, CA, June 2005. R829436 (Final)
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Presentation Swan SH. Environmental challenges to human fertility:three case studies. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Reproduction, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, October 2005. R829436 (Final)
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Presentation Swan SH. Phthalates in the environment: the burden on human and health. Presented at the World Federation of Scientists Conference on Planetary Emergencies, Erice, Sicily, August 2006. R829436 (Final)
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Presentation Swan SH. Mother’s exposure to phthalates and development of baby boys. Presented at the CA State Assembly Hearing, Sacramento, CA, January 2006. R829436 (Final)
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Presentation Swan SH. The phthalate syndrome in rodents and humans:comparing outcomes and exposures. Presented at Annual Meeting of the Teratology Society, Tucson, AZ, June 2006. R829436 (Final)
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Presentation Swan SH. Pre-natal exposure to environmental anti-androgens: a model for translational research. Presented at Harvard NIEHS Organics Core Seminar, Boston, MA, March 2006. R829436 (Final)
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Presentation Swan SH. Prenatal exposure to phthalates and male reproductive development. Presented at Duke University’s Workshop on Toxicant-Induced Alterations of Sexual Differentiation, Durham, NC, October 2006. R829436 (Final)
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Presentation Swan SH. Environmental chemicals may impact human reproduction and development; evidence from two case studies. Presented at the Swedish Toxicology Council, Stockholm, Sweden, September 2006. R829436 (Final)
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Presentation Swan SH. The “Phthalate Syndrome” in rodents: have we identified the human analogue? Presented at the European Council for Plastics and Intermediates, Chantily, France, September 2006. R829436 (Final)
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Presentation Swan SH. AGD and other markers of genital development. Presented at Health Canada’s International Workshop on Infant Development, Ontario, Canada, April 2007. R829436 (Final)
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Presentation Swan SH. Anogenital distance and other genital measures in relation to prenatal phthalate exposures in humans. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, Washington, DC, October 2007. R829436 (Final)
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Presentation Swan SH. Prenatal exposure to phthalates and markers of male reproductive function. Presented at the Annual meeting of the Andrology Society of America, Albuquerque, NM, April 2008. R829436 (Final)
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Presentation Swan SH. Prenatal phthalate exposure may alter masculinization of male infants. Presented at the National Academy of Sciences Panel on Cumulative effects of Phthalates, Washington, DC, February 2008. R829436 (Final)
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Presentation Swan SH. The challenge of system-wide and lifelong exposures to complex mixtures of environmental chemicals. Presented at the Copenhagen Workshop on Endocrine Disrupters, Copenhagen, DK, May 2008. R829436 (Final)
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