Our Mission

Our laboratory conducts large-scale epidemiological studies to investigate the influence of nutrition and environmental exposures on long-term maternal and child health. Our research focuses on exposures like persistent organic pollutants, heavy metals, and air pollutants and metabolic outcomes like obesity, type 2 diabetes, and liver injury.

Areas of Research

Developmental Exposure to Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals and Child Health

Prenatal Diet-Environment Interactions and Child Health

Omics Biomarkers in Environmental Health Research

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Learn more about our current projects

Prenatal Environmental Exposure and Child Liver Injury: European birth Cohort


Environmental Exposures and Type II Diabetes in Youth


Effects of DDE Exposure and Metabolic Improvement after weight loss: Bariatric Surgery Study Design


Hepatotoxic effects of PFAS: a new epidemiological approach for studying NAFLD