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  • Cordero, N.R.C., I.L. Previdi, H.R. Torres, I. Ayala, K.E. Boronow, A.S. Rivera, J.D. Meeker, A. Alshawabkeh, J.F. Cordero, J.G. Brody, P. Brown, C.M.V. Vega. 2023. Mi PROTECT: A personalized smartphone platform to report back results to participants of a maternal-child and environmental health research cohort program in Puerto Rico. PLOS Digital Health. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pdig.0000172 Article
  • Dodson, R.E., K.E. Manz, S.R. Burks, R. Gairola, N.F. Lee, Y. Liu, K.D. Pennell, E.D. Walker, and J.M. Braun. 2022. Does Using Corsi–Rosenthal Boxes to Mitigate COVID-19 Transmission Also Reduce Indoor Air Concentrations of PFAS and Phthalates. Environmental Science & Technology. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.2c05169 Article
  • Borrel, A., Rudel, R. 2022. Cheminformatics analysis of chemicals that increase estrogen and progesterone synthesis for a breast cancer hazard assessmentScientific Reports. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-24889-w Article
  • Martin, L., Y. Zhang, O. First, V. Mustieles, R. Dodson, G. Rosa, A. Coburn-Sanderson, C.D. Adams, C. Messerlian. 2022. Lifestyle interventions to reduce endocrine-disrupting phthalate and phenol exposures among reproductive age men and women: A review and future steps. Environment International. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2022.107576 Article
  • Kay J.E., B. Cardona, R.A. Rudel, L.N. Vandenberg, A.M. Soto, S. Christiansen, L.S. Birnbaum, S.E. Fenton. 2022. Chemical Effects on Breast Development, Function, and Cancer Risk: Existing Knowledge and New Opportunities. Current Environmental Health Reports.  doi.org/10.1007/s40572-022-00376-2. Article
  • Tanabe, S, J. O’Brien, K. E. Tollefsen, Y. Kim, V. Chauhan, C. Yauk, E. Huliganga, R. A. Rudel, J. E. Kay, J. S. Helm, D. Beaton, J. Filipovska, I. Sovadinova, N. Garcia-Reyero, A. Mally, S. S. Poulsen, N. Delrue, E. Fritsche, K. Luettich, C. La Rocca, H. Yepiskoposyan, J. Klose, P. H. Danielsen, M. Esterhuizen, N. R. Jacobsen, U. Vogel, T.W. Gant, I. Choi, R. FitzGerald. 2022. Reactive Oxygen Species in the Adverse Outcome Pathway Framework: Toward Creation of Harmonized Consensus Key Events. Frontiers of Toxicology. https://doi.org/10.3389/ftox.2022.887135 Article
  • Rudel, R.A., B. Cardona, A. Borrel, J.E. Kay. 2022. Response to “Comment on ‘Application of an in Vitro Assay to Identify Chemicals That Increase Estradiol and Progesterone Synthesis and Are Potential Breast Cancer Risk Factors’”. Environmental Health Perspectives. https://doi.org/10.1289/EHP11400 Response to Letter
  • Rodgers, K.M., C.H. Swartz, J. Occhialini, P. Bassignani, M. McCurdy, L.A. Schaider. 2022. How well do product labels indicate the presence of PFAS in consumer items used by children and adolescents? Environmental Science & Technology. doi.org10.1021/acs.est.1c05175 Article
  • Schildroth, S., K.M. Rodgers, M. Strynar, J. McCord, G. Poma, A. Covaci, R.E. Dodson. 2022. Per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and persistent chemical mixtures in dust from U.S. collegesEnvironmental Research.  206. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2021.112530. Article
  • Oksas, C., J.G. Brody, P. Brown, K.E. Boronow, E. DeMicco, A. Charlesworth, M. Juarez, S. Geiger, S.L. Schantz, T.J. Woodruff, R. Morello-Frosch. 2022. Perspectives of peripartum people on opportunities for personal and collective action to reduce exposure to everyday chemicals: Focus groups to inform exposure report-backEnvironmental Research. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2022.113173. Article