Publications for Center:

Center for Children’s Health, the Environment, Microbiome, and Metabolomics’ Center

Grant Number R836153

Abstract (13)
Journal Article (16)
Presentation (22)
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Abstract Corwin, E., Dunlop, A., Li, S., Jones, D. “Chronic stress, social disadvantage and the risk of preterm birth in African American Women” NIH Metabolomics Common Fund Supplement Workbench. Bethesda, MD. 27‐29 Sept 2016. R836153 (2017)
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Abstract McCauley, L., Mutic, A., Woldeyohannes, H. “Maternal‐Child Health, the Environment, and the Microbiome”. Children’s Environmental Health Translational Research Conference:New Challenges. Arlington, VA. 7 Apr 2017. R836153 (2017)
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Abstract Fields, N., Mutic, A., Woldeyohannes, H., McCauley, L. “Community Member Perspective:How to Build Authentic Relationships, Understand Value and Expertise, and Align Goals in Community‐Academic Partnerships” American Public Health Association Annual Conference. Atlanta, GA Oct 2017 (submitted). R836153 (2017)
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Abstract McCauley, L., United States. Cong. House. Congressional Briefing. “What the Science Says:How Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Matters to Children's Health” Washington, DC. 5 Apr 2017. R836153 (2017)
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Abstract Dunlop, A., “Emory Children’s Environmental Health Center:On‐going Investigation of How Environmental Exposures May Impact Preterm Birth Risk and Other Adverse Pregnancy and Child Health Outcomes” Emory Midtown Community Obstetrical Care Provider Group. Emory Midtown Office Tower, Private Practice Obstetricians Atlanta, GA. 5 & 19 Oct 2016. R836153 (2017)
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Abstract McCauley, L., “Overview and Preliminary Data:Center for Children’s Health, the Environment, the Microbiome, and Metabolomics” US Environmental Protection Agency Children’s Health Protection Advisory Committee. Washington, DC. 15 Nov 2016. R836153 (2017)
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Abstract Barr, D., “Overview and Preliminary findings of C‐CHEM2” Grand Rounds Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore, MD. April 2017. R836153 (2017)
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Abstract Raskind IG, Kramer MR, Landon R. An activity space approach to assessing food‐related spatial behavior of urban African‐American women in Atlanta, GA, USA. Submitted to International Conference on Urban Health. Coimbra, Portugal. 2017. R836153 (2017)
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Abstract Ryan, P. Barry, Barr, D., Dunlop, A., McCauley, L. “Center for Children’s Health, the Environment, Microbiome, and Metabolomics (C‐CHEM2):Project 1‐ Characterizing Exposures in an Urban Environment (CHERUB) Study Preliminary Results” Submitted to Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology. Sydney, Australia 2017. R836153 (2017)
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Abstract Ryan, P. Barry. “Overview of the Center for Children’s Health, the Environment, the Microbiome, and Metabolomics” The Environmental Health Science FEST. Durham, NC. 8 Dec 2016 Corwin, E., “Understanding and Utilizing Metabolomics in Research”. The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, College of Nursing. Chapel Hill NC. 24 Mar 2017. R836153 (2017)
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Abstract Kramer MR, Raskind IG, Landon R. The ‘local trap’ or spatial entrapment? Spatial behavior among pregnant, African American women in an urban environment. Submitted to GeoMed, Porto Portugal. 2017. R836153 (2017)
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Abstract Corwin, E. “Biological Consequences of Chronic Stress:Risk and Protective Factors across the Lifespan”. The Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science Institute’s Community Engagement Research Program (DERP) Forum. Atlanta, GA. 27 Apr 2017. R836153 (2017)
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Abstract Rodriguez, J. “Weight Gain and Blood Pressure in Toddlers Born Very Preterm.” Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science (CANS) Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. Sept 2016. R836153 (2017)
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Journal Article Corwin EJ, Hogue CJ, Pearce B, Hill CC, Read TD, Mulle J, Dunlop AL. Protocol for the Emory University African American Vaginal, Oral, and Gut Microbiome in Pregnancy Cohort Study. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2017;17(1):161 (8 pp.). R836153 (2018)
Journal Article Edwards SM, Cunningham SA, Dunlop AL, Corwin EJ. The maternal gut microbiome during pregnancy. MCN: The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing 2017;42(6):310-317. R836153 (2018)
Journal Article Frediani JK, Naioti EA, Vos MB, Figueroa J, Marsit CJ, Welsh JA. Arsenic exposure and risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) among U.S. adolescents and adults: an association modified by race/ethnicity, NHANES 2005-2014. Environmental Health 2018;17(1):6 (8 pp.). R835442 (2018)
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Journal Article Gardinassi LG, Xia J, Safo SE, Li S. Bioinformatics tools for the interpretation of metabolomics data. Current Pharmacology Reports 2017;3(6):374-383. R836153 (2018)
Journal Article Gardinassi LG, Cordy RJ, Lacerda MVG, Salinas JL, Monteiro WM, Melo GC, Siqueira AM, Val FF, Tran V, Jones DP, Galinski MR, Li S. Metabolome-wide association study of peripheral parasitemia in Plasmodium vivax malaria. International Journal of Medical Microbiology 2017;307(8):533-541. R836153 (2018)
Journal Article Li S, Dunlop AL, Jones DP, Corwin EJ. High-resolution metabolomics: review of the field and implications for nursing science and the study of preterm birth. Biological Research for Nursing 2016;18(1):12-22. R836153C001 (2016)
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Journal Article Mutic AD, Baker BJ, McCauley LA. Deleterious effects from occupational exposure to ethylene thiourea in pregnant women. Workplace Health and Safety 2017;65(12):595-602. R836153 (2018)
Journal Article Mutic AD, Jordan S, Edwards SM, Ferranti EP, Thul TA, Yang I. The postpartum maternal and newborn microbiomes. MCN: The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing 2017;42(6):326-331. R836153 (2018)
Journal Article Rodriguez J, Huntington-Moskos L, Johnson A, Williams S, Gulledge E, Feeley C, Rice M. Collecting biological measures for research with children and adolescents. Journal of Pediatric Health Care 2016;30(3):279-283. R836153C002 (2016)
Journal Article Rodriguez J, Jordan S, Mutic A, Thul T. The neonatal microbiome: implications for neonatal intensive care unit nurses. MCN: The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing 2017;42(6):332-337. R836153 (2018)
Journal Article Runkle J, Flocks J, Economos J, Dunlop AL. A systematic review of Mancozeb as a reproductive and developmental hazard. Environment International 2017; 99:29-42. R836153 (2018)
Journal Article Swales DA, Winiarski DA, Smith AK, Stowe ZN, Newport DJ, Brennan PA. Maternal depression and cortisol in pregnancy predict offspring emotional reactivity in the preschool period. Developmental Psychobiology 2018;60(5):557-566. R836153 (2018)
Journal Article Jordan, S., Baker, B., Dunn, A., Edwards, S., Ferranti, E. Mutic, A., Yang, I., & Rodriguez, J. (2017). Maternal‐child microbiome:Collection, storage, and implications for research and practice. Nursing Research, 66(2), 175‐183. R836153 (2017)
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Journal Article Rodriguez, J., Huntington-Moskos, L., Johnson, A., Williams, S., Gulledge, E., Feeley, C., & Rice, M. (2016). Collecting biological measures for research with children and adolescents. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, Doi 10.1016/j.pedhc.2015.12.007. R836153C002 (2017)
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Journal Article Rodriguez, J., Jordan, S., Mutic, A., & Thul, T. The neonatal microbiome:Implications for the NICU nurse. MCN:The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing. (in press). R836153 (2017)
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Journal Article Mutic, A., Jordan, S., Ferranti, E., Thul, T., Edwards, S., Yang, I. (2017). The Postpartum and Newborn Microbiomes. MCN; The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing. (in press). R836153 (2017)
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Presentation Brennan P. From prenatal to postnatal follow-up: opportunities and challenges. Presented at the Children’s Environmental Health Research Roundtable, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, April 20, 2016. R836153C002 (2016)
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Presentation Corwin E, Dunlop A. Chronic stress and the oral, vaginal, and gut microbiome in pregnant African American women:relationship with birth outcomes and infant development. Presented at the Emory Symposium on the Microbiome & Human Health, Emory Conference Center, Atlanta, GA, November 5, 2015. R836153C003 (2016)
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Presentation Corwin E. The integration of biomarkers to advance family nursing research across the lifespan. Presented at The Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science Special Topics Conference, Washington, DC, October 14, 2015. R836153C003 (2016)
Presentation Corwin E. A biological fingerprint of disadvantage in pregnant and postpartum women: potential impact on preterm birth, the microbiome, metabolomics, and lifelong health disparity. Presented to the University of California-San Francisco School of Nursing, San Francisco, CA, February 19, 2016. R836153C003 (2016)
Presentation Corwin E. The microbiome and metabolomics. Presented at the Southern Nursing Research Society (SNRS) 30th Annual Conference, Williamsburg, VA, February 24-27, 2016. R836153C003 (2016)
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Presentation Dunlop A. Taking care of you: preconception and interconception health to improve birth outcomes and reduce disparities. Presented at the March of Dimes, Georgia Chapter, Annual Prematurity Awareness Summit, Atlanta GA, November 12, 2015. R836153C001 (2016)
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Presentation Jones D. High-resolution metabolomics for exposome research. Presented at the Exposome Breakout Session of the NIEHS/EPA Children’s Centers Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, October 30, 2015. R836153C003 (2016)
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Presentation Dunlop, A., “Emory Children’s Environmental Health Center:On-going Investigation of How Environmental Exposures May Impact Preterm Birth Risk and Other Adverse Pregnancy and Child Health Outcomes” Emory Midtown Community Obstetrical Care Provider Group. Emory Midtown Office Tower, Private Practice Obstetricians Atlanta, GA. 5 & 19 Oct 2016. R836153C001 (2017)
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Presentation McCauley, L., “Overview and Preliminary Data:Center for Children’s Health, the Environment, the Microbiome, and Metabolomics” US Environmental Protection Agency Children’s Health Protection Advisory Committee. Washington, DC. 15 Nov 2016. R836153 (2017)
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Presentation Barr, D., “Overview and Preliminary findings of C-CHEM2” Grand Rounds Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore, MD. April 2017. R836153C001 (2017)
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Presentation Rodriguez, J. “Weight Gain and Blood Pressure in Toddlers Born Very Preterm.” Council for the Advancement of Nursing Science (CANS) Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. Sept 2016. R836153C002 (2017)
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Presentation Corwin, E., “Understanding and Utilizing Metabolomics in Research”. The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, College of Nursing. Chapel Hill NC. 24 Mar 2017. R836153C003 (2017)
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Presentation Corwin, E. “Biological Consequences of Chronic Stress:Risk and Protective Factors across the Lifespan”. The Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science Institute’s Community Engagement Research Program (DERP) Forum. Atlanta, GA. 27 Apr 2017. R836153 (2017)
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Presentation Li, S. “Small Molecules and Big Data in Genome X Metabolome X Environment”. Children’s Environmental Health Research Roundtable, Emory University. Atlanta, GA. 29 Mar 2017. R836153C003 (2017)
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Presentation Corwin, E., Dunlop, A., Li, S., Jones, D. “Chronic stress, social disadvantage and the risk of preterm birth in African American Women” NIH Metabolomics Common Fund Supplement Workbench. Bethesda, MD. 27-29 Sept 2016. R836153C003 (2017)
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Presentation Delahoy, M., Mattioli, M., Knee, J., Altherr, F., Hodge, R., Jaramillo, M., Zevallos, A., Cabrera, L., Lescano, J. Brown, W., Gilman, R., Levy, K. “The Impact of Household Drinking Water Quality on Diarrhea and Specific Enteropathogens in Peruvian Infants” UNC Water Microbiology Conference in conjunction with the International Health‐Related Water Microbiology Symposium. 15 May 2017 (Accepted). R836153 (2017)
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Presentation Woldeyohannes, H., Mutic, A., Pearson, M., McCauley, L. “Partnering with community stakeholders to address health disparities” Children’s Environmental Health Translational Research Conference:New Challenges. Arlington, VA. 6 Apr 2017. R836153 (2017)
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Presentation Howett, M., Pearson, M., Woldeyohannes, H., Mutic, N., Ryan, P. Barry, McCauley, L., “Center for Children’s Health, the Environment, The Microbiome and Metabolomics (C‐CHEM2):Engaging Stakeholders, Fostering Relationships, and Creating a Social Media Campaign” The Environmental Health Science FEST. Durham, NC. 6 Dec 2016. R836153 (2017)
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Presentation McCauley, L., United States. Cong. House. Congressional Briefing. “What the Science Says:How Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Matters to Children's Health” Washington, DC. 5 Apr 2017. R836153 (2017)
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Presentation Fields, N., Woldeyohannes, H., Mutic, A., McCauley, L. “Bridging the Gap:Utilizing the Community Outreach and Translation Core to Facilitate Scientist and Community Interactions” The Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science Institute’s Community Engagement Research Program (DERP) Forum. Atlanta, GA 28 Apr 2017. R836153 (2017)
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Presentation Ryan, P. Barry, Barr, D., Dunlop, A., Brennan, P., Rodriguez, J., Corwin, E., Jones, D., Howett, M., Pearson, Mutic, A., Mutic, N., Woldeyohannes, H., Hjerpe, A., D’Souza, P., Cohen, J., Johnson, C., Hertzberg, V., McCauley, L. “Center for Children’s Health, the Environment, Microbiome, and Metabolomics (C‐CHEM2):Overview and Project 1‐ Characterizing Exposures in an Urban Environment (CHERUB) Study Preliminary Results” The Environmental Health Science FEST. Durham, NC. 6 Dec 2016. R836153C001 (2017)
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Presentation Ryan, P. Barry, Barr, D., Dunlop, A., McCauley, L. “Center for Children’s Health, the Environment, Microbiome, and Metabolomics (C-CHEM2):Project 1-Characterizing Exposures in an Urban Environment (CHERUB) Study Preliminary Results” Submitted to Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology. Sydney, Australia 2017. R836153 (2017)
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