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Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics
Environmental molecular and perinatal epidemiology; obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive medicine; endocrine disrupting chemicals; epigenetics; novel biomarkers; fetal programming of childhood diseases.
Biostatistics and Epidemiology, Global Health
Shelley R. Ehrlich, MD, ScD, MPH4/19/2021
ScD: Environmental Molecular and Perinatal Epidemiology, Harvard University School of Public Health, Cambridge, MA.
Residency: Obstetrics and Gynecology, Hadassah Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel.
MPH: Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel.
MD: Fluminense Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Hadassah Medical Center – Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel.
Body Composition of Very Low-Birth-Weight Infants Fed Fortified Human Milk: A Pilot Study.
McNelis, K; Liu, C; Ehrlich, S; Fields, C; Fields, T; Poindexter, B.
Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition.
Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions as Controls to mitigate the spread of epidemics: An analysis using a spatiotemporal PDE model and COVID-19 data.
Majid, F; Gray, M; Deshpande, AM; Ramakrishnan, S; Kumar, M; Ehrlich, S.
Does Birthweight Represent Imprinting for Life? Preliminary Findings from the Level and Timing of Diabetic Hyperglycemia in Utero: Transgenerational Effect on Adult Morbidity (TEAM) Study.
Khoury, JC; Altaye, M; Ehrlich, S; Summer, S; Ollberding, NJ; Szczesniak, R; Gupta, R; Catalano, P; Bowers, K.
Kyoto Daig Kekkaku Ken Kiyo.
Youth sports participation and health status in early adulthood: A 12-year follow-up.
Logan, K; Lloyd, RS; Schafer-Kalkhoff, T; Khoury, JC; Ehrlich, S; Dolan, LM; Shah, AS; Myer, GD.
Preventive Medicine Reports.
Comparison of epidemiological, clinical and microbiological characteristics of bloodstream infection in children with solid tumours and haematological malignancies.
Garrido, MM; Garrido, RQ; Cunha, TN; Ehrlich, S; Martins, IS.
Epidemiology and Infection.
Change in gastrointestinal symptoms over the first 5 years after bariatric surgery in a multicenter cohort of adolescents.
Dewberry, LC; Khoury, JC; Ehrlich, S; Jenkins, TM; Beamish, AJ; Kalkwarf, HJ; Xanthakos, SA; Inge, T.
Journal of Pediatric Surgery.
Prenatal exposure to perfluoroalkyl substances and adipocytokines: the HOME Study.
Buck, CO; Eliot, MN; Kelsey, KT; Calafat, AM; Chen, A; Ehrlich, S; Lanphear, BP; Braun, JM.
Variability and predictors of serum perfluoroalkyl substance concentrations during pregnancy and early childhood.
Kingsley, SL; Eliot, MN; Kelsey, KT; Calafat, AM; Ehrlich, S; Lanphear, BP; Chen, A; Braun, JM.
Prenatal Exposure to Perfluoroalkyl Substances: Infant Birth Weight and Early Life Growth.
Shoaff, J; Papandonatos, GD; Calafat, AM; Chen, A; Lanphear, BP; Ehrlich, S; Kelsey, KT; Braun, JM.
An ultra-sensitive method for the analysis of perfluorinated alkyl acids in drinking water using a column switching high-performance liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry.
Dasu, K; Nakayama, SF; Yoshikane, M; Mills, MA; Wright, JM; Ehrlich, S.
Journal of Chromatography A.
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