Tracey Woodruff, PhD, MPH

Tracey Woodruff
Global Health Sciences Faculty Affiliate

Phone: 510-350-1241
Email: woodrufft@obgyn.ucsf.edu
UCSF Profile

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SafetyNEST Commonweal United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Newborn and Infant Health
Chemical Industry Document Library Marisla Foundation, The United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, International Health Policy, Systematic Reviews and Guideline Development
A Program of Research in Population Cytogenetics Washington State University United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Genetics, Newborn and Infant Health
Ensuring Public Health Decision Making about Toxic Environmental Chemicals Post-TSCA Passport Foundation United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Health Economics and Policy, International Health Policy
A Non-targeted method for measuring multiple chemical exposures among a demographically diverse population of pregnant women in Northern California U.S. Environmental Protection Agency United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
Embedding a Recipe for Prevention in US EPA Decision-Making about Toxic Environmental Chemicals Tides Foundation United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
The UCSF Center on Pregnancy Exposures to Environmental Chemicals (PEEC) NIH National Institute of Environmental Health Science United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Women's Health, Newborn and Infant Health
The UCSF Center on Pregnancy Exposures to Environmental Chemicals (PEEC) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Women's Health, Newborn and Infant Health
The UCSF Center on Pregnancy Exposures to Environmental Chemicals (PEEC) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Women's Health, Pediatrics, Newborn and Infant Health
The UCSF Pregnancy Exposures to Environmental Chemicals (PEEC) Children's Center NIH National Institute of Environmental Health Science United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
A Recipe for Prevention: Demonstrating the power of systematic reviews to impact policy making at the US Environmental Protection Agency United States Systematic Reviews and Guideline Development
Cumulative Effects of Prenatal Stress and Chemical Exposures on Child Development University of Illinois United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Neurology and Mental Health, Newborn and Infant Health
Midgestation exposures to endocrine disrupting chemicals United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Newborn and Infant Health
Jonas Project at UCSF for Embedding Environmental Health in Healthcare United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
Advancing Science-Based Decision Making About Toxic Chemicals: A Recipe for Building a Healthy Environment JPB Foundation, The United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Health Economics and Policy, International Health Policy
Discovery of novel environmental chemicals in a diverse population of maternal-infant pairs NIH National Institute of Environmental Health Science United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Newborn and Infant Health
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International Children's Environmental Health Indicators Workshop U.S. Environmental Protection Agency United States Pediatrics, Systematic Reviews and Guideline Development
Relationship Between Perchlorate in Drinking Water and Neonatal Thyroid Hormone Levels in California California Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Health Hazard Assessment United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
Recommendations for Future Studies of Air Pollution and Adverse Perinatal Outcomes Abt Associates, Inc. China; Indonesia; Viet Nam; Malaysia; Austria; Denmark; France; Greece; Hungary; Netherlands; Norway; Sweden; United Kingdom Chronic Respiratory Disease, Newborn and Infant Health, International Health Policy
Evaluating Background Exposures and Susceptibilities U.S. Environmental Protection Agency United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC and Program on Reproductive Health and the Environment (PRHE) Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Women's Health
The environmental impact of oral contraceptive pills in drinking water Reproductive Health Technologies Project United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Pediatrics, Newborn and Infant Health
A Workshop on Applications of Mechanistic Information in Human Health Risk Assessment U.S. Environmental Protection Agency United States Cancer/Oncology, Occupational and Environmental Disease
Cumulative Chemical Exposures to Pregnant Women across the United States Passport Foundation United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Women's Health, Newborn and Infant Health
Prenatal Exposure to PBDEs and PCBs and Thyroid Hormone Status Passport Foundation United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Newborn and Infant Health
Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC and PRHE toolkit brochure "Toxic Matters" Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Women's Health
Reach the Decision Makers Passport Foundation United States International Health Policy, Residencies, Fellowships, and Postdoctoral Training
Improving Use of Epidemiology in Risk Assessment U.S. Environmental Protection Agency United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Epidemiology and Surveillance, Risk Reduction and Prevention
Assessing Cumulative Burdens of Chemicals Nationally in Pregnant Women Pew Charitable Trusts United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Women's Health, Newborn and Infant Health
Navigating the Scientific Evidence to Ensure Prevention Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
Developing a Policy Framework for Addressing Nanotechnology California Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Health Hazard Assessment United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
Realizing the Vision of Recent National Academy of Sciences Risk Assessment Reports Abt Associates, Inc. United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
From Advancing Science to Ensuring Prevention: Creating A Science-Based Foundation For Clinical Care and Policy Change in the Field of Reproductive Environmental Health Physicians for Social Responsibility, SF United States Health Economics and Policy
Toxic Matters - Spanish Translation, Design, Printing English and Spanish Versions, and Clinical Uptake Evaluation Physicians for Social Responsibility, SF United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Access or Barriers to Care, Immigration and Migration
Maternal and Infant Environmental Exposure Project Sequoia Foundation United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Women's Health, Pediatrics, Newborn and Infant Health
Exposure to Reproductive Toxicants: An Occupational Survey of Pregnant Patients at UCSF University of California Berkeley United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Women's Health, Newborn and Infant Health
PRHE Core Science Policy Program Support Passport Foundation United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
The Navigation Guide: Weighing the Strength of the Evidence Linking Environmental Contaminants to Reproductive and Developmental Health Abt Associates, Inc. United States
Partnership to Advance Breast Cancer Research California Breast Cancer Research Program United States Cancer/Oncology, Occupational and Environmental Disease, Women's Health
Maternal and Infant Environmental Exposure Project (MIEEP) Pilot Study California Wellness Foundation United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Women's Health, Pediatrics
New Frontiers in Expanding Our Understanding of Chemicals in Pregnant Women Passport Foundation United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
Toxic Matters: What Can A Doctor Do? New York Community Trust United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Women's Health, Newborn and Infant Health
Reach the Decision-Makers: Enhancing Capacity to Effect Environmental Health Policy Kresge Foundation United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Health Economics and Policy
Assessing Maternal and Fetal Exposure to Chemicals during the Second Trimester NIH National Institute of Environmental Health Science United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Women's Health, Pediatrics, Newborn and Infant Health
Assessing maternal and fetal exposure to chemicals during the second trimester NIH National Institute of Environmental Health Science United States Pediatrics
Navigating the Scientific Evidence to Ensure Prevention Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Pharmacology and Drug Treatment, Systematic Reviews and Guideline Development, Epidemiology and Surveillance
Obstetricians: A Force for Change in Preventing Harmful Chemical Exposures Johnson Family Foundation United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Newborn and Infant Health
STAR Center Grant - Pregnancy Exposure to Environmental Contaminants: Research and Prevention U.S. Environmental Protection Agency United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Women's Health, Newborn and Infant Health
Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Patient and Peer Education
Pregnancy Exposure to Environmental Contaminants: Research and Prevention NIH National Institute of Environmental Health Science United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Women's Health, Newborn and Infant Health
Links between Exposure to Chemicals and Neurological Disorders John Merck Fund United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Neurology and Mental Health
Pilot Application of Systematic Weight of Evidence Approach to Evaluate Evidence on a Chemical's Reproductive Toxicity California Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Health Hazard Assessment United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
The Navigation Guide: A Methodology for Weighing the Strength of the Evidence Linking Environmental Contaminants to Reproductive and Developmental Health Abt Associates, Inc. United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Newborn and Infant Health
Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs) - Quantifying the New Lead Marisla Foundation, The United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Newborn and Infant Health
PCB Disruption of Thyroid Hormone Action During Development University of Massachusetts United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
Obstetricians: A Force for Change Passport Foundation United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Newborn and Infant Health
The 'Bottom Line' and the Price of IQ John Merck Fund United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Neurology and Mental Health, Pediatrics
Understanding Human Maternal and Fetal Exposures to PBDEs and Their Metabolites During Important Developmental Periods NIH National Institute of Environmental Health Science United States Women's Health
A Program of Research in Population Cytogenetics Washington State University United States
Toxic Matters: Transforming Environmental Health Science into Improved Public Policy Marisla Foundation, The United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
Partnership to Advance Breast Cancer Research California Breast Cancer Research Program United States Cancer/Oncology, Women's Health
Utilization of the Navigation Guide to Understand Environmental Exposures and Risk of ASD Autism Speaks United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
Systematic Review Case Study Abt Associates, Inc. United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Systematic Reviews and Guideline Development
Reach the Decision-Makers: Enhancing Capacity to Effect Environmental Health Policy Kresge Foundation United States Occupational and Environmental Disease, Residencies, Fellowships, and Postdoctoral Training
Evaluating Background & Cumulative Exposures to Exposure California Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Health Hazard Assessment United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
Woodruff Passport Passport Foundation United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
Summit on Shaping Our Planetary Legacy NIH National Institute of Environmental Health Science United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
Toxic Matters: Transforming Environmental Health Science into Improved Public Policy Marisla Foundation, The United States Occupational and Environmental Disease
Symposium on Uncertainty and Environmental Health Benefits Abt Associates, Inc. United States Occupational and Environmental Disease