Key Articles Published by OMNI-Net Specialists

Assessing the Independent and Joint Effects of Unmedicated Prenatal Depressive Symptoms and Alcohol Consumption in Pregnancy and Infant Neurodevelopmental Outcomes. Bandoli G, Coles CD, Kable JA, et al. (“Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research”, 2016):

Elevated congenital anomaly rates and incorporated Cesium-137 in the Polissia region of Ukraine. Wertelecki W, Koerblein A, Ievtushok B, et al. (“Birth Defects Research (Part A)”, 2016):

 Blastopathies and microcephaly in a Chornobyl impacted region of Ukraine. Wertelecki W, Yevtushok L, Zymak-Zakutnia N, et al. (“Congenital Anomalies”, 2014):

Prevalence and Predictors of Maternal Alcohol Consumption in 2 Regions of Ukraine. Chambers CD, Yevtushok L, Zymak-Zakutnya N, et al. (“Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research”, 2014):

 Pregnant Women with High Levels of 137-Caesium and High Rates of Congenital Anomalies near Chornobyl. Wertelecki W., Yevtushok L, Zymak-Zakutnia N, et al. (Informal review, 2014):

 Congenital Malformations in Rivne, Ukraine. Wertelecki W. (Informal review, 2014):

 Polissia. New Initiative and Call for Participation. Wertelecki W. (2011):

 Malformations in a Chornobyl-Impacted Region. Wertelecki W. (“Pediatrics”, 2010):

 Chronic Radiation Exposure in the Rivne-Polissia Region of Ukraine: Implications for Birth Defects. Dancause KN, Yevtushok L, Lapchenko S, et al. (“American Journal of Human Biology”, 2010):

 Birth Defects Surveillance in Ukraine: a Process. Wertelecki W. (“Journal of Applied Genetics”, 2006):