Jeanne
 
M.
 
Manson
Address: 
Division of Human Genetics The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Abramson Research Building, Room 1002 3615 Civic Center Blvd
2674265033
Affiliations
Expertise

Molecular Epidemiology of Birth Defects

Appointments
Adjunct Associate Professor of Pediatrics at University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (2007 – 2013)
Research Associate Professor of Pediatrics at University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (2003 – 2007)
Education
PhD, Developmental Biology, Ohio State University (1974)
BA, Biology/Chemistry, Emmanuel College, Boston (1969)
Selected Publications
Sammel MD, Manson JM, Freeman EW, Wang Y, Ratciffe SJ, Nelson D, Propert KJ. Modeling of longitudinal hormone data for predicting menopausal symptoms. American Journal of Epidemiology. In Press.
Barthold JS, Manson JM, Regan V, Si X, Hassink SG, Coughlin MT, Lee PA. Reproductive hormone levels in cryptorchid infants during postnatal activation of the pituitary-testicular axis. J Urology. In Press.
Manson JM, Carr MD. Mutations in steroid 5 alpha reductase and the severity of hypospadias. 3rd Structural Birth Defect Meeting, Washington University, St. Louis, MO. 2004.
Manson JM, Carr MC. Molecular epidemiology of hypospadias: Review of genetic and environmental risk factors. Birth Defect Research (Part A). Vol 67. 2003:825-836.
Manson JM, Carr M. Molecular and epidemiological risk factors for hypospadias. Presented at EPA Human Health Symposium, Washington, DC. 2003.
Manson JM. Impact of molecular epidemiology of risk assessment. Presented at EPA Human Health Symposium, Washington, DC. 2003.
Manson JM, Driscoll D. Genomics of human fetal morphogenesis. Presented at Genes, Environment and Disease Conference, Harvard Medical School Boston, MA. 2003.
Manson JM, Carr MA. Molecular and epidemiologic risk factors for hypospadias; Prelmininary results from an on-going study. Presented at Genes, Environment and Disease Conference, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA. 2003.
Manson JM. Integration of human and animal data in pregnancy labeling: statins as a case example. Presented at Teratology Society Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. 2003.
Barthold J, Regan G, Si X, Manson JM, Lee P. Hormone levels in infants with cryptorchidism. American Academy of Pediatrics, New Orleans, LA. 2003.