Key Characteristics of Female Reproductive Toxicants

The original working group met at UC Berkeley on March 7-8, 2018, and was hosted by Martyn Smith (UC Berkeley) and Lauren Zeise (OEHHA, CalEPA). This part of the group was chaired by Ulrike Luderer (UC Irvine). The group examined the literature and developed 12 key characteristics (KCs) of endocrine disrupting chemicals and subsequently published a paper in 2019, Luderer et al., 2019, which included additional invited experts**.

Last NameFirst NameInstitutionEmailStakeholder
Cooper**RalphU.S. EPA (ret.)N/AGovernment
EskenaziBrendaUC Berkeleyeskenazi@berkeley.eduResearcher
HauserRussHarvard Uni.rhauser@hsph.harvard.eduResearcher

Luderer*UlrikeUC Irvineuluderer@uci.eduResearcher
McHaleClionaUC Berkeleycmchale@berkeley.eduResearcher
Moran**FranciscoOEHHA, California
RieswijkLindaUC Berkeley (currently Maastricht Uni.)linda.rieswijk@maastrichtuniversity.nlResearcher
SmithMartynUC Berkeleymartynts@berkeley.eduResearcher
UdagawaOsamuNIES, Japanudagawa.osamu@nies.go.jpResearcher
ZeiseLaurenOEHHA, California
ZhangLuopingUC Berkeleyluoping@berkeley.eduResearcher

**Experts invited to join after the initial meeting

Abbreviations: EPA, Environmental Protection Agency; NIEHS, National Institute of Environmental Health Science; NIES, National Institute for Environmental Studies; OEHHA, Office of Health Hazard Assessment; UCSF, University of California San Francisco