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Endometriosis Research Awards 2018

 

Endometriosis/endometrioma, Inflammation, Environment, and Progression to Cancer

Endometriosis/endometrioma, Inflammation, Environment, and Progression to Cancer

Principal Investigator: Dr. YuYu, Ph.D. Senior Research Fellow, Curtin University Australia Key Personnel Dr. Ayse Ayhan, MD.PhD. (Hamamatsu Univ, Hiroshima Univ and JH Univ Sch. Med) Dr. Yohan Suryo Rahmanto, Ph.D. Johns Hopkins Univ Sch Medicine…

Pesticide Residue intake from fruit and vegetable consumption and risk of laparoscopically-confirmed endometriosis

Pesticide Residue intake from fruit and vegetable consumption and risk of laparoscopically-confirmed endometriosis

Principal Investigator: Dr. Holly R. Harris, ScD, MPH Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Key Personnel David Doody, MS in Epidemiology, Statistician. Stacey A. Missmer, ScD, Collaborator. Jorge E. Chavarro, M.D., Sc.D. Collaborator.  …

Endometriosis and Cardiometabolic Health Across the Life Course

Endometriosis and Cardiometabolic Health Across the Life Course

Principal Investigator: Dr. Leslie V. Farland, ScD Key Personnel Stacey A. Missmer, ScD, Co-Investigator Summary Endometriosis is a painful and debilitating gynecologic condition defined by the presence of endometrial-like tissue outside the…

Part 2: Gene mutation pattern in endometriosis & its relations with non-neoplastic endometrium and adenomyosis

Part 2: Gene mutation pattern in endometriosis & its relations with non-neoplastic endometrium and adenomyosis

Principal Investigator: Dr. Ayse Ayhan, MD, Ph.D. (Hamamatsu Univ, Hiroshima Univ, and JH Univ Sch.Med) Key Personnel Dr.Ie-Ming SHIH, MD, Ph.D. Dr. Tian-Li WANG, Molecular Genetics Laboratory of Female Reproductive Cancer Johns Hopkins…

Part 1 Gene mutation pattern in endometriosis & its relations with non-neoplastic endometrium and adenomyosis

Part 1 Gene mutation pattern in endometriosis & its relations with non-neoplastic endometrium and adenomyosis

Principal Investigator: Dr. Ayse AYHAN, MD, Ph.D. (Hamamatsu Univ, Hiroshima Univ, and JH Univ Sch. Med) Key Personnel Dr.Ie-Ming SHIH, MD, Ph.D. Dr. Tian-Li WANG, Molecular Genetics Laboratory of Female Reproductive Cancer Johns Hopkins University…

Utilizing the microbiome to diagnose endometriosis (renewal grant)

Utilizing the microbiome to diagnose endometriosis (renewal grant)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Erin Greaves, Principal Investigator and MRC Career Development Award Fellow MRC Centre for Reproductive Health Queens Medical Research Institute Key Personnel Dr. Ashley Dorning, Ph.D Dr. Chloe Hogg Summary The…

Estrogen Receptors α and β influence attachment of endometrial cells to peritoneal mesothelial cells

Estrogen Receptors α and β influence attachment of endometrial cells to peritoneal mesothelial cells

Principal Investigator: Jennifer Knudtson, MD Previous Award Period: March 1, 2017- February 28, 2018 Key Personnel Fellow: Jessica McLaughlin, MDResearch assistants: Marlen Tellez Santos, Peter Binkley Summary In the past year, we have found…

Exploring the effect of DEHP on endometriosis and and the immune system in a mouse model of endometriosis

Exploring the effect of DEHP on endometriosis and and the immune system in a mouse model of endometriosis

Principal Investigator:   Katherine A. Burns, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Department of Environmental Health University of Cincinnati College of Medicine   Kettering Lab Complex   Key Personnel Rebecca Jones Summary What is DEHP?…

A single cell discovery project to compare mouse models of endometriosis and shed light on different theories for the etiology of endometriosis

A single cell discovery project to compare mouse models of endometriosis and shed light on different theories for the etiology of endometriosis

Principal Investigator: Dr. Erin Greaves, MRC Career Development Research Fellow MRC Centre for Reproductive Health University Of EdinburghQueen’s Medical Research Institute    

The role of the estrogen-regulated gene GREB1 in endometriosis

The role of the estrogen-regulated gene GREB1 in endometriosis

Principal Investigator: Anna Z. Pollack, PhD, MPH Key Personnel Germaine M. Buck Louis, PhD Andrea Carmichael, BS

Innovative approach to quantify exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals in relation to endometriosis risk and staging: adipose to serum ratio

Innovative approach to quantify exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals in relation to endometriosis risk and staging: adipose to serum ratio

Principal Investigator: Anna Z. Pollack, Assistant Professor, Department of Global and Community Health, College of Health and Human Services, George Mason University Key Personnel Germaine M. Buck Louis, PhD, MS Summary Project Narrative Evidence…