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Rebecca Jane Wineland

InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
DepartmentObstetrics and Gynecology
AddressP.O. Box MSC 619
Clinical Science Bldg. - 96 Jonathan Lucas St.
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    1. Sterrett ME, Bloom MS, Jamro EL, Wenzel AG, Wineland RJ, Unal ER, Brock J, Kucklick J, Garcia K, Newman RB. Maternal Food and Beverage Consumption Behaviors and Discrepant Phthalate Exposure by Race. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2021 02 23; 18(4). PMID: 33672279.
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    2. Bloom MS, Valachovic EL, Begum TF, Kucklick JR, Brock JW, Wenzel AG, Wineland RJ, Cruze L, Unal ER, Newman RB. Association between gestational phthalate exposure and newborn head circumference; impacts by race and sex. Environ Res. 2021 04; 195:110763. PMID: 33516688.
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    3. Bloom MS, Wenzel AG, Brock JW, Kucklick JR, Wineland RJ, Cruze L, Unal ER, Yucel RM, Jiyessova A, Newman RB. Racial disparity in maternal phthalates exposure; Association with racial disparity in fetal growth and birth outcomes. Environ Int. 2019 06; 127:473-486. PMID: 30981018.
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    4. Wineland RJ, Bloom MS, Cruze L, Butts CD, Wenzel AG, Unal ER, Kohno S, Willan KB, Brock JW, Newman RB. In utero effects of maternal phthalate exposure on male genital development. Prenat Diagn. 2019 02; 39(3):209-218. PMID: 30476355.
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    5. Wenzel AG, Bloom MS, Butts CD, Wineland RJ, Brock JW, Cruze L, Unal ER, Kucklick JR, Somerville SE, Newman RB. Influence of race on prenatal phthalate exposure and anogenital measurements among boys and girls. Environ Int. 2018 01; 110:61-70. PMID: 29097052.
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    6. McDonnell SL, Baggerly KA, Baggerly CA, Aliano JL, French CB, Baggerly LL, Ebeling MD, Rittenberg CS, Goodier CG, Mateus NiƱo JF, Wineland RJ, Newman RB, Hollis BW, Wagner CL. Maternal 25(OH)D concentrations =40 ng/mL associated with 60% lower preterm birth risk among general obstetrical patients at an urban medical center. PLoS One. 2017; 12(7):e0180483. PMID: 28738090.
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