Tracey Woodruff, PhD, MPH
Ob/Gyn, Reproductive Sciences
School of Medicine 415-476-3198

My research advances understanding of how exposure to environmental chemicals affects early development and translating scientific findings to healthcare providers, policy makers and community groups to improve clinical care and support public policies that prevent prenatal exposures to harmful chemicals and lead to improved child and family health outcomes.


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  • public policy
  • prenatal health
  • endocrine disruptors
  • child health
  • health disparities
  • environmental health
  • environmental pollutants
  • research translation
  • environmental exposures


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Grants and Projects

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Publications (180)

Top publication keywords:
United States Environmental Protection AgencyEnvironmental ExposureHalogenated Diphenyl EthersFlame RetardantsFetal DevelopmentEnvironmental PollutantsEnvironmental MonitoringAir PollutantsFluorocarbonsEndocrine DisruptorsPregnancyPrenatal Exposure Delayed EffectsMaternal ExposureAir PollutionEnvironmental Health

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