ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCES ON CHILD HEALTH OUTCOMES IN PUERTO RICO (ECHO-PRO)
The proposed Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes in Puerto Rico (ECHO-PRO) will leverage and build upon an active birth cohort in Puerto Rico (“PROTECT”, P42ES017198) that has recently initiated infant/child follow-up (“CRECE”, P50ES026049). ECHO-PRO will provide data and biospecimens for 570 mother-child pairs already participating in the PROTECT/CRECE cohort, as well as recruit an additional 1100 pregnant women, yielding 990 more children, for a total of 1560 mother-child pairs (88% retention by completion of study) with data and biospecimens to be integrated into the ECHO Consortium
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Buckley JP, Barrett ES, Beamer PI, Bennett DH, Bloom MS, Fennell TR, Fry RC, Funk WE, Hamra GB, Hecht SS, Kannan K, Iyer R, Karagas MR, Lyall K, Parsons PJ, Pellizzari ED, Signes-Pastor AJ, Starling AP, Wang A, Watkins DJ, Zhang M, Woodruff TJ; program collaborators for ECHO. Opportunities for evaluating chemical exposures and child health in the United States: the Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO) Program. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol. 2020 May;30(3):397-419. doi: 10.1038/s41370-020-0211-9. Epub 2020 Feb 17.
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