Her group’s research is focused on understanding how chemical exposures adversely affect reproduction and development. Projects in her lab, funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, include the effects of house dust mixtures of flame retardants on reproduction and development, the impact of exposure to phthalates and “green” plasticizers on progeny outcome, and approaches towards the responsible replacement of endocrine disrupting chemicals.
Dr. Hales has published over 160 journal articles and 45 book chapters.
Members of the laboratory
Elaine Lee (co-spervision with Dr. Hales)
Sabrina Romanelli (co-spervision with Dr. Hales)
Adeline Wang (co-spervision with Dr. Hales)
Zixuan Li, BSc
Dongwei (Oscar) Yu, BSc