Caron-Beaudoin E., Powys Whyte K., Bouchard MF., Chevrier J., Haddad S., Copes R., Frohlich KL., Dokkie D., Treaty 8 Tribal Association, Juul S., Bouchard M. and Verner MA (2021). Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in indoor air and tap water samples in residences of pregnant women living in an area of unconventional natural gas operations: Findings from the EXPERIVA study. Science of The Total Environment: 150242

Caron-Beaudoin, E., Ayotte, P., Blanchette, C., Muckle, G., Avard, E., Ricard, S., & Lemire, M. (2020). Perfluoroalkyl acids in pregnant women from Nunavik (Quebec, Canada): Trends in exposure and associations with country foods consumption. Environment International, 106169.

 

Caron-Beaudoin E., W. Whitworth K., Bosson-Rieutort D., Wendling G., Liu S. and Verner M-A. (2020). Density and proximity to hydraulic fracturing wells and birth outcomes in Northeastern British Columbia, Canada. Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology, 1-9

 

Prichystalova R., Caron-Beaudoin E., Richardson L., Dirkx E., Amadou A., Zavodna T., Cihak R., Cogliano V., Hynes J., Pelland-St-Pierre L., Verner M-A., Van Tongeren M. and Ho V. (2020). An approach to classifying occupational exposures to endocrine disrupting chemicals by sex hormone function using an expert judgment process. Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology, 1-16

 

Caron-Beaudoin E., Bouchard M., Wendling G., Barroso A., Bouchard MF., Ayotte P., Frohlich KL. and Verner M-A. (2019). Urinary and hair concentrations of trace metals in pregnant women from Northeastern British Columbia, Canada: a pilot study. Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology. 29(5). 613-623

Caron-Beaudoin E., Ayotte P., Laouan Sidi E., Comminity of Lac Simon, Community of Winnenay – Long Point First Nation, CSSS Tshukuminu Kanani of Nutashkuan., Community of Unamen Shipu., Gros-Louis McHugh N. and Lemire M. (2019). Elevated exposure to Perfluorononanoic Acid (PFNA) and associations with Thyroid Hormones in Four First Nation Communities in Quebec. Environment International. 128. 13-23

Caron-Beaudoin E. and Armstrong, GD. (2019). Biomonitoring and Ethnobiology: Approaches to Fill Gaps in Indigenous Public and Environmental Health. Journal of Ethnobiology. 39(1): 50-64

Caron-Beaudoin E., Viau R. and Sanderson T. (2018). Effects of Neonicotinoid pesticides on promoter-specific aromatase (CYP19) expression in Hs578t breast cancer cells and the role of the VEGF pathway. Environmental Health Perspectives. 126(4)

Caron-Beaudoin E., Valter N., Chevrier J., Ayotte P., Frohlich KL., Verner M-A. (2017). Gestational exposure to volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in Northeastern British Columbia, Canada: A pilot study. Environment International. 110: 131-138

Caron-Beaudoin E., Hudon-Thibault A-A., Viau R., Vaillancourt C and Sanderson T. (2017). The use of a unique fetoplacental co-culturemodel as a screening tool for endocrine disruptors: the effects of neonicotinoids on aromatase activity and hormone production. Toxicology and applied pharmacology. 332: 15-24.

Caron-Beaudoin E. and Sanderson T. (2016). Effects of Neonicotinoids on Promoter-Specific Expression and Activity of Aromatase: Implications for Hormone-Dependent Breast Cancer Development. Cancer Cell & Microenvironment. 3(2)

Caron-Beaudoin E., Denison M. and Sanderson T. (2015). Effects of neonicotinoids on promoter-specific expression and activity of aromatase in human adrenocortical carcinoma (H295R) and umbilical vein endothelial (HUVEC) cells. Toxicological Sciences. 149(1): 133-144

Caron-Beaudoin E., Gentes M-L, Patenaude-Monette M., Héli J-F., Giroux J-F. and Verreault J. (2013). Combined usage of stable isotopes and GPS-based telemetry to understand the feeding ecology of an omnivorous bird in a heterogeneous landscape. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 91(10): 689-697

 

Gentes M-L., Letcher R-J., Caron-Beaudoin E. and Verreault J. (2012). Novel flame retardants in urban-feeding ring-billed gulls from the St. Lawrence River. Environmental Science & Technology. 46(17): 9735-9744

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