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Mendola, PAULINE

Formal Title:

Investigator

Responsibilities:

Dr. Mendola's research interests include environmental factors that impact pregnancy complications and birth outcomes; implications of chronic disease in women of reproductive age; and factors underlying variation in asthma control during pregnancy.

Phone:

301-496-5267

Email:

pauline.mendola@nih.gov

Address:

6100 EXECUTIVE BLVD Room 7B03F, MSC 7510
Bethesda Md 20892-7510
For FedEx use:
Rockville Md 20852

Organization:

Publications (PubMed):

 
Title Authors Publication Date
Maternal ambient air pollution exposure preconception and during early gestation and offspring congenital orofacial defects.Zhu Y,Zhang C,Liu D,Grantz KL,Wallace M,Mendola PEnviron Res2015 Jul
Does maternal asthma contribute to racial/ethnic disparities in obstetrical and neonatal complications?Flores KF,Robledo CA,Hwang BS,Leishear K,Laughon Grantz K,Mendola PAnn Epidemiol2015 Jun
Acute and recent air pollution exposure and cardiovascular events at labour and delivery.Männistö T,Mendola P,Grantz KL,Leishear K,Sundaram R,Sherman S,Ying Q,Liu DHeart2015 Jun 23
Controlled direct effects of preeclampsia on neonatal health after accounting for mediation by preterm birth.Mendola P,Mumford SL,Männistö TI,Holston A,Reddy UM,Laughon SKEpidemiology2015 Jan
Neonatal health of infants born to mothers with asthma.Mendola P,Männistö TI,Leishear K,Reddy UM,Chen Z,Laughon SKJ Allergy Clin Immunol2014 Jan
Obstetric complications among US women with asthma.Mendola P,Laughon SK,Männistö TI,Leishear K,Reddy UM,Chen Z,Zhang JAm J Obstet Gynecol2013 Feb