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Environmental Effects on Fertility

Investigators
Little, Ruth
Institutions
DHHS/NIH - National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Start date
2000
End date
2000
Objective
The aim of this project is to learn more about environmental effects on fertility by:
  1. Developing methods for studying fertility in human populations; and
  2. Analyzing data that describe aspects of human fertility and factors affecting it.
More information

Accomplishments: We have developed questionnaire and analysis procedures to measure fertility in epidemiologic studies. These have been widely used by other researchers. Our analyses of hormone data have provide new methodologies as well as new knowledge about early human pregnancy.

Funding Source
Nat'l. Inst. of Environmental Health Sciences
Project number
1Z01ES049003-11
Categories
Prevention and Control