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Ma J, Ross L, Grube C, Wang HS. Toxicity of low dose bisphenols in human iPSC-derived cardiomyocytes and human cardiac organoids - Impact on contractile function and hypertrophy. Chemosphere. 2024 Feb 26;353:141567. PMID: 38417488. Hong-Sheng, PhD, received a 2013 CEG Innovator award for his pilot study, “HRC genetic variant and cardiac susceptibility to the pro-arrhythmic impact of BPA.”   

Mohammed AN, Yadav N, Kaur P, Jandarov R, Yadav JS. Immunomodulation of susceptibility to pneumococcal pneumonia infection in mouse lungs exposed to carbon nanoparticles via dysregulation of innate and adaptive immune responses. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. 2024 Jan 11:116820. PMID: 38218205

Bischoff ME, Shamsaei B, Yang J, Secic D, Vemuri B, Reisz JA, D'Alessandro A, Bartolacci C, Adamczak R, Schmidt L, Wang J, Martines A, Biesiada J, Vest KE, Scaglioni PP, Plas DR, Patra KC, Gulati S, Figueroa JAL, Meller J, Cunningham JT, Czyzyk-Krzeska MF. Copper drives remodeling of metabolic state and progression of clear cell renal cell carcinoma. bioRxiv. 2024 Jan 19:2024.01.16.575895. PMID: 38293110. PMCID: PMC10827129

Sherenian M, Biagini JM, Ryan P, Hershey GKK.  What allergist/immunologists can do to limit the effects of air pollution on asthma and allergies.  Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol. 2023 Nov 24:S1081-1206(23)01468-0. doi: 10.1016/j.anai.2023.11.019. PMID: 38008216. 

Proper SP, Dwyer AT, Appiagyei A, Felton JM, Ben-Baruch Morgenstern N, Marlman JM, Kotliar M, Barski A, Troutman TD, Rothenberg ME, Mersha TB, Azouz NP.  Aryl hydrocarbon receptor and IL-13 signaling crosstalk in human keratinocytes and atopic dermatitis.  Front Allergy. 2024 Jan 26;5:1323405. doi: 10.3389/falgy.2024.1323405. eCollection 2024.  PMID: 38344408. PMCID: PMC10853333. Nurit Azouz, PhD,  

Mendy A, Merianos AL, Mersha TB, Mahabee-Gittens EM. Blood volatile organic compounds associated with non-reversible and reversible airflow obstruction in US adults.  Eur Respir J. 2022 Nov 17;60(5):2201185. doi: 10.1183/13993003.01185-2022. Print 2022 Nov.  PMID: 36202413.  PMCID: PMC10191183.

Cover of the journal Behavioral and Sleep Medicine
Merianos AL, Stone TM, Mahabee-Gittens EM, Jandarov RA, Choi K. Tobacco Smoke Exposure and Sleep Duration among U.S. Adolescents. Behav Sleep Med. 2024 Mar 3;22(2):234-246. doi: 10.1080/15402002.2023.2232498. PMID: 37417788. PMCID: PMC10772738 

Pinney SM, Fassler CS, Windham GC, Herrick RL, Xie C, Kushi LH, Biro FM. Exposure to Perfluoroalkyl Substances and Associations with Pubertal Onset and Serum Reproductive Hormones in a Longitudinal Study of Young Girls in Greater Cincinnati and the San Francisco Bay Area. Environ Health Perspect. 2023 Sep;131(9):97009. doi: 10.1289/EHP11811. Epub 2023 Sep 26. PMID: 37751325. PMCID: PMC10521915

Rahat SH, Steissberg T, Chang W, Chen X, Mandavya G, Tracy J, Wasti A, Atreya G, Saki S, Bhuiyan MAE, Ray P. Remote sensing-enabled machine learning for river water quality modeling under multidimensional uncertainty.  Sci Total Environ. 2023 Nov 10;898:165504. PMID: 37459982.  Effective June 1, 2020, Patrick Ray, PhD, was named a 2020–2022 New Investigator Awardee (NIA) of the Center for Environmental Genetics and awarded $25,000 in salary support from the CEG (which is funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, NIEHS award P30 ES006096).

Ghosh D, Mersha TB. Atopic dermatitis and ocular allergy: common mechanisms and uncommon questions. Curr Opin Allergy Clin Immunol. 2023 Oct 1;23(5):383-89.  PMID: 37527055. PMCID: PMC10528981.  Dr. Debajyoti Ghosh and Dr Tesfaye Mersha are CEG members. Dr. Ghosh received a $30,000 CEG Innovator award in 2023 for the pilot project, “Elucidating the mechanism of Atopic Dermatitis induced by maternal exposure to phthalate compounds.

Note to Authors

Published articles supported in whole or in part by U.S. taxpayer dollars via a CEG Pilot, CEG New Investigator salary support or other CEG award must (1) acknowledge the support of the Center for Environmental Genetics, NIEHS award P30ES006096, and (2) comply with the NIH Public Access Policy.

The best way to ensure the grant is acknowledged is to include the grant number (P30ES006096) when submitting the manuscript. However, since many manuscript submission systems now have a designated window for listing grant numbers, you may need to work with your corresponding author, since you might not see all relevant grant numbers when the manuscript is circulated among multiple authors. Most publishers now submit accepted manuscripts to PubMed Central (PMC) automatically within a 1-year embargo period, and it then will comply with the Public Access Policy and get assigned a PMCID number. Note, this differs from the PMID! See Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) here.

A few journals, such as Reproductive Toxicology, do not submit automatically.  In that case, you must either (1) specifically ask the journal to submit the final manuscript to PMC or (2) submit it yourself via the NIH Manuscript Submission System (NIHMS) and respond to all follow-up emails from NIHMS.

NIHMS Overview

If the publisher has submitted the manuscript to PMC, all of the grant numbers cited in the manuscript should automatically be associated with it in PMC. However, in cases where the grant number is omitted from the manuscript at the time of submission, or if you had to submit the manuscript yourself to PMC, you as an author need to take an additional step to associate the grant number with the manuscript.  This can be done via your MyNCBI\MyBibliography: Once an article has a PMCID (i.e., is Compliant with NIH Public Access Policy) or is at least marked as officially In Process, you as the author now should electronically associate the center’s NIEHS P30 ES006096 award to the Compliant or In Process publication via electronic tagging in MyNCBI\MyBibliography.

Note: This later step differs from merely including the P30ES006096 award in the text of your article’s Acknowledgments at the time of publication. See a brief & helpful MyNCBI tutorial.

Please do not associate the CEG award to your publication before it is Compliant or In Process for PMCID. When Non-Compliant papers are electronically associated with the CEG award (NIEHS P30ES006096) it can delay or even jeopardize the renewal of funding.  Hence, your ongoing cooperation is vital.

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