Key Articles Published by OMNI-Net Specialists

Patterns of Prenatal Alcohol Use That Predict Infant Growth and Development. Bandoli G, Coles CD, Kable JA, et al. (“Pediatrics”, 2019):

Gestational age and socioeconomic status as mediators for the impact of prenatal alcohol exposure on development at 6 months. Coles CD, Kable JA, Granovska IV, et al. (“Birth Defects Research”, 2019):

Chornobyl, radiation, neural tube defects, and microcephaly. Wertelecki W, Yevtushok L, Kuznietsov I, et al. (“European Journal of Medical Genetics”, 2018):

Altered maternal immune networks are associated with adverse child neurodevelopment: Impact of alcohol consumption during pregnancy. Bodnar TS, Raineki C, Wertelecki W, et al. (“Brain, Behavior, and Immunity”, 2018):

Implications of altered maternal cytokine concentrations on infant outcomes in children with prenatal alcohol exposure. Sowell KD, Uriu-Adams JY, Van de Water J, et al. (“Alcohol”, 2018):

Stillbirth and neonatal mortality in pregnancies complicated by major congenital anomalies: Findings from a large European cohort. Groen H, Bouman K, Pierini A, et al. (“Prenatal Diagnosis”, 2017):

Vitamin D Deficiency in Pregnant Ukrainian Women: Effects of Alcohol Consumption on Vitamin D Status. Carlson CR Jr, Uriu-Adams JY, Chambers CD, et al. (“Journal of the American College of Nutrition”, 2017):

Chornobyl 30 years later: Radiation, pregnancies, and developmental anomalies in Rivne, Ukraine. Wertelecki W, Chambers CD, Yevtushok L, et al. (“European Journal of Medical Genetics”, 2017):

The Use of Cardiac Orienting Responses as an Early and Scalable Biomarker of Alcohol-Related Neurodevelopmental Impairment. Mesa DA, Kable JA, Coles CD, et al. (“Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research”, 2017):

Plasma miRNA Profiles in Pregnant Women Predict Infant Outcomes following Prenatal Alcohol Exposure. Balaraman S, Schafer JJ, Tseng AM, et al. (“PLOS ONE”, 2016):