Dr. Craig learned her Bachelor of Science in industrial microbiology and her PhD in physiological sciences (University of Arizona, 2009). She completed postdoctoral training in reproductive toxicology at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and joined The University of Arizona in 2013. She is currently an associate professor in the School of Animal and Comparative Biomedical Sciences (ACBS). Dr. Craig holds memberships in the BIO5 Institute and the Southwest Environmental Health Sciences Center (SWEHSC) where she serves as co-leader of the Adaptive Responses to Environmental Stress research focus group. Dr. Craig’s research is focused on understanding how environmental exposures influence reproductive health. Her work modeling and characterizing reproductive toxicities in mice is aimed at understanding how chemical exposures alter ovarian function and cause adverse reproductive outcomes such as infertility and early menopause.
- Examine epidemiological data associating environmental chemical exposures and adverse reproductive health outcomes in women.
- Interpret evidence obtained from in vitro and animal studies evaluating the outcomes and mechanisms of action of phthalate exposures in females.
- Propose ways in which environmental chemical burden could be informative in the evaluation of the gynecological patient in the future.
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