TIDES-Related NIEHS Funding (2011-2020)

TIDES is supported by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) through the following grants:

  • 7R01ES016863 The Infant Development and the Environment Study (PI Swan) (TIDES I)
  • R01 ES016863-02S2: Diversity supplement: Dietary Phthalate Exposure in Pregnant Women” that characterizes contributions of diet and consumption practices to urinary phthalate concentrations in TIDES women. (PI Swan)  (Supplement to TIDES I)
  • 1R21ES019709-01: Genetics and the Environment Associated with Male Reproduction (GEAR) examines variation in genes associated with infant male reproductive phenotypes (PI Sathyanarayana) (An R21 that used data and samples from TIDES I)
  • R00 from NIEHS and the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine and 1K99 ES017780-02 and 4R00ES017780: (PI J. Adibi). (Examines placental-fetal interactions relevant to prenatal phthalate exposure and sexual differentiation of the fetus in TIDES I participants delivering at UCSF)
  • R01 ES016863-02S4: TIDES Administrative supplement NIEHS Provides bridge funding to maintain the cohort and collect interim questionnaires from participants (PI Swan) (Provided bridge funding between TIDES I and II and funded the collection of information about TIDES children at 2.5 years of age)
  • 1 R21 ES023883: Prenatal environmental exposure and reproductive hormone concentration examines the role of prenatal sex steroid hormones as a link between first trimester phthalate exposure and newborn anogenital distance (AGD) (PI Sathyanarayana) (R21 that funds analyses of hormone levels in serum from TIDES mothers in the first trimester)
  • 1 R01 ES025169 Phthalate exposure and gender-related development (TIDES II) explores the hypothesis that phthalate exposure during fetal development is associated with sex specific development in reproductive, anthropometric, and neurobehavioral domains. (PI Swan) (TIDES II)