College of Health and Human Services

Dean and Professor, College of Health and Human Services

Research Focus

My research is aimed at identifying environmental exposures that impact human health, particularly fertility and children’s health.

Current Projects

■ LIFE Study – understanding how endocrine disrupting chemicals affect couples’ ability to become pregnant and carry a pregnancy to delivery

■ ENDO Study – understanding endocrine disrupting chemicals and gynecologic diseases, particularly endometriosis

■ Exposome – understanding the totality of environmental exposures and health across the lifespan: how gynecologic and urologic diseases impact adult health.

Select Publications

Louis, G. M. B., et al. (2018). Endocrine disruptors and neonatal anthropometry, NICHD Fetal Growth Studies – Singletons. Environment International, 119, 515-526.

Louis, G. M. B., et al. (2018). Endocrine disrupting chemicals in seminal plasma and couple fecundity. Environmental Research, 163, 64-70.

Louis, G. M. B., et al. (2017). Low-level environmental metals and metalloids and incident pregnancy loss. Reproductive Toxicology, 69, 68-74.

Louis, G. M. B., et al. (2016). Paternal exposures to environmental chemicals and time‐to‐pregnancy: overview of results from the LIFE study. Andrology, 4(4), 639-647.

 

Contact

Phone: 703-993-1918

Email: glouis@gmu.edu

Website: https://chhs.gmu.edu/profile/view/492551