Environmental Health Sciences Event

Ann Arbor MI 11-19-2018 11-19-2018

Dr. Veiga-Lopez’s research focuses on understanding the fetal origins of adult reproductive and metabolic disorders. She is interested in how environmental exposures (endocrine disruptors) during prenatal life can induce adaptative mechanisms in the developing organism leading up to pathophysiological consequences during postnatal life. Her lab uses in vivo approaches to characterize the pathophysiological outcomes and in vitro approaches (cellular and molecular) to understand the mechanisms and pathways by which the pathological outcomes occur.

Gestatoinal bisphenols: is the placenta at risk?

Almudena Viega-Lopez, DVM, PhD

icon to add this event to your google calendarNovember 19, 2018
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
1680 SPH I
1415 Washington Heights
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2029

Sponsored by: Michigan Lifestage Environmental Exposure and Disease Center (M-LEEaD)
Contact Information: Margaret Rubens mhrubens@umich.edu

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Dr. Veiga-Lopez’s research focuses on understanding the fetal origins of adult reproductive and metabolic disorders. She is interested in how environmental exposures (endocrine disruptors) during prenatal life can induce adaptative mechanisms in the developing organism leading up to pathophysiological consequences during postnatal life. Her lab uses in vivo approaches to characterize the pathophysiological outcomes and in vitro approaches (cellular and molecular) to understand the mechanisms and pathways by which the pathological outcomes occur.

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