We are developing and applying innovative screening approaches that will allow researchers to scan large numbers of chemicals and predict which ones are likely to increase breast cancer risk.

Publications and Presentations

Rudel, R.A., B. Cardona, A. Borrel, J.E. Kay. 2022. Response to “Comment on ‘Application of an in Vitro Assay to Identify Chemicals That Increase Estradiol and Progesterone Synthesis and Are Potential Breast Cancer Risk Factors’”. Environmental Health Perspectives. https://doi.org/10.1289/EHP11400

Response to Letter

Cardona, B. and R.A. Rudel. 2021. Application of an in vitro assay to identify chemicals that increase estradiol and progesterone synthesis and are potential breast cancer risk factorsEnvironmental Health Perspectives. doi.org/10.1289/EHP8608

Article

Bessonneau, V., and R.A. Rudel. 2020. Mapping the Human Exposome to Uncover the Causes of Breast Cancer. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 17(1): 189. doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17010189

Article

Grashow, R.G., V.Y. De La Rosa, S.M. Watford, J.M. Ackerman, R.A. Rudel. 2018. BCScreen: A gene panel to test for breast carcinogenesis in chemical safety screening. Computational Toxicology. 5:16-24. doi.org/10.1016/j.comtox.2017.11.003.

Abstract

Rudel, R., Kripke M.L., and Yaswen, P. Predicting Toxicity: Silent Spring Institute's High-throughput Screens for Chemicals Related to Breast Cancer. Collaborative on Health and the Environment. November 12, 2015.

slides and recording

Pan, S., C. Yuan, A. Tagmount, R.A. Rudel, J.M. Ackerman, P. Yaswen, C.D. Vulpe, D.C. Leitman. 2015. Parabens and Human Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor Ligands Cross-Talk in Breast Cancer Cells. Environmental Health Perspectives, 124(5):563-569. doi:10.1289/ehp.1409200

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Schwarzman M.R., J.M. Ackerman, S.H. Dairkee, S.E. Fenton, D. Johnson, K.M. Navarro, G. Osborne, R.A. Rudel, G.M. Solomon, L. Zeise, S. Janssen. 2015. Screening for chemical contributions to breast cancer risk:  A case study for chemical safety evaluation. Environmental Health Perspectives, 123(12):1255-1264. doi:10.1289/ehp.1408337

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