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Joan Cranmer

TitleProfessor
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentPediatrics, College of Medicine
DivisionPeds Faculty Development
AddressB6007-1 ACH South Campus
800 Marshall Street
Mail Slot # 512-19C
Little Rock AR 72202
Phone501-364-2986
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    TitleProfessor
    InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
    DepartmentPharmacology and Toxicology, College of Medicine


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    EP-11-H-001667     (CRANMER, JOAN)Sep 19, 2011 - Nov 30, 2011
    Environmental Protection Agency
    27NC EPA Diamond Level Sponsorship: Environmentally Triggered Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Focus on Endocrine Disruption and Sex Differences in Autis
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R13ES021146     (CRANMER, JOAN MARIE)Sep 15, 2011 - Sep 14, 2012
    NIH/NIEHS
    Environmentally Triggered Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Focus on Endocrine Disrup
    Role: Principal Investigator

    4-FY11-547     (CRANMER, JOAN)Sep 1, 2011 - Feb 29, 2012
    March of Dimes
    27NC March of Dimes: Environmentally Triggered Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Focus on Endocrine Disruption and Sex Differences in Autism, ADHD, and Sc
    Role: Principal Investigator

    P42ES004699     (CRANMER, JOAN)Apr 1, 2011 - Mar 31, 2012
    NIH/Nat. Inst. of Environmental Health Sciences - Pass Through: University of California at Davis
    27NC Superfund Subaward: Environmentally Triggered Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Focus on Endocrine Disruption and Sex Differences in Autism, ADHD, a
    Role: Principal Investigator

    QT-RT-10_000664     (CRANMER, JOAN)Jun 6, 2010 - Jun 10, 2010
    Environmental Protection Agency/Neurotoxicology Division
    26NC Unifying Mechanisms of Neurological Disorders: Scientific, Translational, and Clinical Implications (EPA contract)
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R13ES019072     (CRANMER, JOAN MARIE)Apr 1, 2010 - Mar 31, 2011
    NIH/NIEHS
    Unifying Mechanisms of Neurological Disorders: Scientific, Translational, and Cli
    Role: Principal Investigator

    4-FY09-545     (CRANMER, JOAN)Apr 1, 2010 - Sep 30, 2010
    March of Dimes
    26NC Unifying Mechanisms of Neurological Disorders- MOD
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R13ES017188     (CRANMER, JOAN MARIE)Sep 22, 2008 - Aug 31, 2009
    NIH/NIEHS
    Environmental Etiologies of Neurological Disorders: Scientific, Translational and
    Role: Principal Investigator

    HHSN273200800197P     (CRANMER, JOAN)Aug 4, 2008 - Oct 16, 2008
    NIH/Nat. Inst. of Environmental Health Sciences
    25th International Neurotoxicology Conference: Environmental Etiologies of Neurological Disorders
    Role: Principal Investigator

    4-FY08-517     (CRANMER, JOAN)Aug 1, 2008 - Dec 31, 2008
    March of Dimes
    NEUROTOXICOLOGY 25: Environmental Etiologies of Neurological Disorders: Scientific, Translational and Policy Implications - March of Dimes
    Role: Principal Investigator

    U13ES016515     (CRANMER, JOAN MARIE)Sep 15, 2007 - Aug 31, 2008
    NIH/NIEHS
    Environmental Etiologies of Neurological Disorders (NEUROTOXICOLOGY 24)
    Role: Principal Investigator

    4-FY07-574     (CRANMER, JOAN)Sep 1, 2007 - Feb 29, 2008
    March of Dimes
    NEUROTOXICOLOGY 24 Environmental Etiologies of Neurological Disorders - March of Dimes
    Role: Principal Investigator

    W911QY-06-P-0081     (CRANMER, JOAN)Jul 1, 2006 - Jun 30, 2007
    United States Army
    NTX XXIII: Neurotoxicity in Development & Aging 2006 Neurotoxicology Conference (ARMY)
    Role: Principal Investigator

    X3-83313101-0     (CRANMER, JOAN)Jul 1, 2006 - Jun 30, 2007
    Environmental Protection Agency/Neurotoxicology Division
    NTX XXIII: Neurotoxicity in Development & Aging 2006 International Neurotoxicology Conference: Neurotoxicity in Development & Aging
    Role: Principal Investigator

    #4-FY06-405     (CRANMER, JOAN)Jul 1, 2006 - Dec 31, 2006
    March of Dimes
    NTX XXIII: Neurotoxicity in Development & Aging 2006 International Neurotoxicology Conference (MOD)
    Role: Principal Investigator

    U13ES014556     (CRANMER, JOAN MARIE)Sep 1, 2005 - Aug 31, 2006
    NIH/NIEHS
    Environment and Neurodevelopmental Disorders
    Role: Principal Investigator

    200-2005-M-14096     (CRANMER, JOAN)Jul 1, 2005 - Jun 30, 2006
    Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
    NTX XXII Environment & Neurodevelopmental Disorders (CDC)
    Role: Principal Investigator

    #4-FY05-146     (CRANMER, JOAN)Jul 1, 2005 - Dec 31, 2005
    March of Dimes
    NTX XXII - Environment and Neurodevelopmental Disorders
    Role: Principal Investigator

    W911QY-05-P-0488     (CRANMER, JOAN)Jun 30, 2005 - Sep 30, 2006
    United States Army
    NTX XXII - Environment and Neurodevelopmental Disorders
    Role: Principal Investigator

    PO #EP05W002011     (CRANMER, JOAN)Jun 1, 2005 - Dec 31, 2005
    Environmental Protection Agency
    NTX XXII - Environment and Neurodevelopmental Disorders
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R13ES012900     (CRANMER, JOAN MARIE)Feb 1, 2004 - Jan 31, 2005
    NIH/NIEHS
    Infant and Child Neurotoxicity Studies:
    Role: Principal Investigator

    4-FY2003     (CRANMER, JOAN)Dec 1, 2003 - May 31, 2004
    March of Dimes
    NTX XXI Infant and Child Neurotoxicity Studies
    Role: Principal Investigator

    C13/CCC622896-01     (CRANMER, JOAN)Sep 15, 2003 - Sep 14, 2004
    Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
    NTX XXI - 21st International Neurotoxicology Conference
    Role: Principal Investigator

    000HCC32-2004-06455     (CRANMER, JOAN)Jul 1, 2003 - Jun 30, 2004
    NIH/Nat. Inst. for Occupational Safety & Health
    NTX XXI Infant and Child Neurotoxicity Studies
    Role: Principal Investigator

    09150381082US181082-US-01     (CRANMER, JOAN)Jul 1, 2003 - Jun 30, 2004
    NIH/Nat. Inst. of Environmental Health Sciences
    NTX XXI = “21” International Neurotoxicology Conference
    Role: Principal Investigator

    ck#950001190     (CRANMER, JOAN)Jul 1, 2003 - Jun 30, 2004
    NIH/Nat. Inst. of Environmental Health Sciences
    NTX XXI- 21st International Neurotoxicology Conference (NIEHS Directors Office/Courtesy Associate/NIEHS Town Meeting & Open Public Forum)
    Role: Principal Investigator

    X3-83092101-0     (CRANMER, JOAN)Mar 1, 2003 - Dec 31, 2004
    Environmental Protection Agency
    NTX XXI- “21” International Neurotoxicology Conference
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R13ES012164     (CRANMER, JOAN MARIE)Dec 24, 2002 - Dec 23, 2003
    NIH/NIEHS
    NTX XX 'Emerging Issues in Neurotoxicology
    Role: Principal Investigator

    2800-004387     (CRANMER, JOAN)Jul 1, 2002 - Jul 1, 2003
    Food & Drug Administration
    NTX XX Emerging Issue in Neurotoxicology
    Role: Principal Investigator

    #4-FY02-228     (CRANMER, JOAN)Jul 1, 2002 - Jun 30, 2003
    March of Dimes (Arkansas Chapter)
    NTX XX: Emerging Issue in Neurotoxicology
    Role: Principal Investigator

    2D-6299-NAEX     (CRANMER, JOAN)Jul 1, 2002 - Jun 30, 2003
    Environmental Protection Agency
    NTX XX Emerging Issues in Neurotoxicology
    Role: Principal Investigator

    NIH98012442     (CRANMER, JOAN)Jul 1, 2002 - Jun 30, 2003
    NIH/Nat. Inst. of Environmental Health Sciences
    NT XXX Emerging Issue in Neurotoxicology
    Role: Principal Investigator

    X-83043401-0     (CRANMER, JOAN)Mar 1, 2002 - Dec 31, 2003
    Environmental Protection Agency
    NTX XX: 20th International Neurotoxicology Conference
    Role: Principal Investigator

    1D-5639-NAEX     (CRANMER, JOAN)Aug 8, 2001 - Dec 31, 2002
    Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
    NTX XIX Conference: Parkinsonism, Environment and Genses
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R13ES011299     (CRANMER, JOAN MARIE)Aug 1, 2001 - Jul 31, 2002
    NIH/NIEHS
    NTX XIX 'PARKINSON'S DISEASE, ENVIRONMENT AND GENES'
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R13ES010843     (CRANMER, JOAN MARIE)Jul 1, 2000 - Jun 30, 2001
    NIH/NIEHS
    NTX XVIII 'CHILDREN'S HEALTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT 2000'
    Role: Principal Investigator

    4-FY00-639     (CRANMER, JOAN)Jul 1, 2000 - Dec 31, 2000
    March of Dimes
    NTX XVIII Conference: Children's Health and the Environment 2000
    Role: Principal Investigator

    X-82893001-0     (CRANMER, JOAN)May 1, 2000 - Dec 31, 2002
    Environmental Protection Agency
    NTX XIX Conference: Perkinsonism, Environment and Genes
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R13ES009955     (CRANMER, JOAN MARIE)Jul 1, 1999 - Dec 31, 2000
    NIH/NIEHS
    MECHANISMS &CONSEQUENCES OF DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROTOXICITY
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R13ES009044     (CRANMER, JOAN MARIE)Sep 30, 1997 - Dec 31, 1997
    NIH/NIEHS
    15TH INTERNATIONAL NEUROTOXICOLOGY CONFERENCE
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R13ES008783     (CRANMER, JOAN MARIE)Sep 30, 1996 - Mar 31, 1997
    NIH/NIEHS
    NEUROIMMUNOTOXICOLOGY
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R13ES005708     (CRANMER, JOAN MARIE)Sep 1, 1991 - Feb 28, 1993
    NIH/NIEHS
    NEW DIMENSIONS OF LEAD NEUROTOXICITY
    Role: Principal Investigator

    R13/CCR619852-01     (CRANMER, JOAN)
    Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
    NTX XIX Conference: Parkinson's Disease, Environment and Genes
    Role: Principal Investigator

    X-82831901-0     (CRANMER, JOAN)
    Environmental Protection Agency
    NTX XVIII Conference: Children's Health and the Environment 2000
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Cranmer JM, Scurlock AM, Hale RB, Ward WL, Prodhan P, Weber JL, Casey PH, Jacobs RF. An Adaptable Pediatrics Faculty Mentoring Model. Pediatrics. 2018 05; 141(5). PMID: 29669752.
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    2. Lucchini RG, Aschner M, Landrigan PJ, Cranmer JM. Neurotoxicity of manganese: Indications for future research and public health intervention from the Manganese 2016 conference. Neurotoxicology. 2018 01; 64:1-4. PMID: 29429640.
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    3. Cranmer JM. Special Issue of NeuroToxicology Dedicated to the late Toshio Narahashi: A Commentary from the Founding Editor/Editor-in-Chief of NeuroToxicology. Neurotoxicology. 2017 05; 60:140-141. PMID: 28438537.
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    4. Cranmer JM. Neurotoxicology of aging - Two extreme views and the optimist scientist in the middle. Neurotoxicology. 2016 09; 56:234. PMID: 27692542.
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    5. Cranmer JM. A memorial to Toshio Narahashi, PhD: An international leader of neurotoxicology and the Father of Cellular Neuropharmacology. NeuroToxicology. 2013; 37(37):134-135.
    6. Cranmer JM, Reuhl KR, Richardson JR, Lang LA. Unifying mechanisms of neurological disorders--scientific, translational and clinical implications: overview and theme of the 26th International Neurotoxicology Conference. Neurotoxicology. 2011 Oct; 32(5):499-501. PMID: 22128403.
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    7. Cranmer JM, JR Richardson, KR Reuhl. Unifying Mechanisms of Neurological Disorders: Scientific, Translational and Clinical Implications. 2011.
    8. Cranmer JM. editor. NeuroToxicology, An International Journal. Elsevier. 2010; 31:1-5 1-628.
    9. Cory-Slechta, D, Jett, D, Kirshner, A, Levin, E, Newland, MC, Pessah, I, Slikker, Jr, W, Weiss, B, Zajicek, A. 25th International Neurotoxicology Conference. 2009; 731-866.
    10. Cranmer JM. editor. NeuroToxicology, An International Journal. Elsevier. 2009; 30:1-6 1-1262.
    11. Cranmer JM. Twenty-Fifth International Neurotoxicology Conference: Meeting Report. Neurotoxicology, An International Journal. 2009; 30(1):165-166.
    12. Cranmer JM, Cory-Slechta DA, Di Monte DA, Pessah IN, Rice DC, Seegal RF, Weiss B. 24th International Neurotoxicology Conference. NeuroToxicology. 2009; 753-910.
    13. Cranmer JM. Twenty-fourth International Neurotoxicology Conference "Environmental Etiologies of Neurological Disorders: Modifiers of Risk". Neurotoxicology. 2008 Sep; 29(5):753-4. PMID: 18789965.
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    14. Cranmer JM. Twenty-Fourth International Neurotoxicology Conference: Meeting Report. Neurotoxicology, An International Journal. 2008; 29(5):753-758.
    15. Cranmer JM. editor. NeuroToxicology, An International Journal. Elsevier. 2008; 29:1-6 1-1164.
    16. Cranmer JM. editor. NeuroToxicology, An International Journal. Elsevier. 2007; 28:1-6 1-1290.
    17. Cranmer JM, Aschner M, Cory-Slechta DA, Cox C, De Groot D, Filipov NM, Herbert M, Kane CJ, Narahashi T, Opanashuk L, Paule MG, Proctor SP, Rice DC, Seegal R, Tiffany-Castiglioni E, Valentine WM, Weiss B. Neurotoxicity in Development and Aging. 2007; 28(5) 893-1045.
    18. Cranmer JM. Neurotoxicity in Development and Aging. 2007; 28(5):893-898.
    19. Cranmer JM, Aschner M, Dorman DC, Ladda R, LaKind JS, Lawler C, Levin ED, Miller E, Moser VC, Narahashi T, Pessah IN, Polston E, Proctor SP, Reuhl KR, Seegal RF, Slikker WJ, Suk W, Tiffany-Castiglioni T, Lang L. 22nd International Neurotoxicology Conference. NeuroToxicology. 2006; 27(5): 637-875.
    20. Cranmer JM. Neurotoxicology, An International Journal. 1-6. 2006; 27.
    21. Cranmer JM. Infant and Child Neurotoxicity Studies: Subtle and Long-Term Effects. Foreword. NeuroToxicology. 2005; 26(4):477-479.
    22. Cranmer JM. The Role of Town Meetings in Environmental Health Research. Essays On: The Future of Environmental Health Research: A Tribute to Dr. Kenneth Olden. Environ Health Perspectives. 2005; 152-161.
    23. Cranmer JM, Goldman LR, Mattison DR, Rice DC. Infant and Child Neurotoxicity Studies. 2005; 479-738.
    24. Cranmer JM. Infant and child neurotoxicity studies: subtle and long-term effects. Neurotoxicology. 2004 Jun; 25(4):641-4. PMID: 15264350.
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    25. Cranmer JM. 20th International Neurotoxicology Conference: Emerging Issues in Neurotoxicology. Neurotoxicology. 2004 Jun; 25(4):497-500. PMID: 15183001.
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    26. Cranmer JM, Atchison WD, Canady RA, Lawler CP, LoPachin RM, O’Shaughnessy DJ, Rice DC, Slikker, Jr. W. Emerging Issues in Neurotoxicology: A Report on the 20th International Neurotoxicology Conference. NeuroToxicology. 2004; 25(4).
    27. Cranmer JM. 20th International Neurotoxicology Conference: Emerging Issues in Neurotoxicology. Neurotoxicology. 2003 Mar; 24(2):269-72. PMID: 12606299.
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    28. Cranmer JM, Atchison WD, Canady RA, Lawler CP, LoPachin RM, O’Shaughnessy DJ, Rice DC, Slikker, Jr. W. Emerging Issues in Neurotoxicology: A Report on the 20th International Neurotoxicology Conference. NeuroToxicology. 2003; 24(2):269-317 .
    29. Cranmer JM, Cory-Slechta DA, Di Monte DA. Parkinson’s Disease, Environment and Genes. A Report on the 19th International Neurotoxicology Conference. NeuroToxicology. 2002; 23(4-5):435-655.
    30. Cranmer JM, Cory-Slechta DA, Di Monte DA. Parkinson’s Disease, Environment and Genes. A Report on the 19th International Neurotoxicology Conference. NeuroToxicology. 2001; 22(5):829-888 .
    31. Cranmer JM, Bearer CF, Chaisson CF, Cory-Slechta DA, Goldman LR, Rice DC, Slikker W, Jr, Sonawane BR, Tilson HA, Weiss B, Zoeller RT. Children’s Health and the Environment 2000. 2001; 555-722.
    32. Cranmer JM, Aschner M, Costa LG, Desaiah D, Mattsson JL, Moser VC, Sheets LP, Slikker W, Jr., Sonawane B, Tilson HA, Weiss B. Pesticides and Susceptible Populations: Who is at Risk and When?. 2000; 280.
    33. Cranmer JM, Aschner M, Bearer CF, Cory-Slechta DA, Costa LG, DeRosa CT, Goldman LR, Hoberman A, Kirshner AG, Rice DC, Slikker W, Jr., Sonawane B, Tilson HA, Weiss B. Children’s Health and the Environment: Mechanisms and Consequences of Developmental Neurotoxicology. 2000.
    34. Cranmer JM. Children’s Health and the Environment: Mechanisms and Consequences of Developmental Neurotoxicology. A Report on the 17th International Neurotoxicology Conference. Neurotoxicology. 1999; 20(6).
    35. Cranmer JM. Pesticides and Susceptible Populations: Who is at Risk and When? A Report on the 16th International Neurotoxicology Conference. Neurotoxicology. 1999.
    36. Cranmer JM. Manganese: Are there Long-Term, Low-Level Effects? A Report on the 15th International Neurotoxicology Conference. Neurotoxicology. 1998; 19 (3):443-474.
    37. Landrigan P, Carlson JE, Bearer C, Cranmer JM, Bullard RD, Etzel RA, Groopman J, McLachlan JA, Et al. Children's Health and the Environment: A New Agenda for Prevention Research. Environ Hlth Persp. 1998; 106((Suppl 3)):787-794.
    38. Garrettson LK, Bearer CF, Bellinger D, Bergeisen GH, Carlson JE, Cranmer JM, Kimmel CA, Landrigan PJ, White-Sims ST. Healthy Children—Healthy Environments. Report of the Child Health Workgroup Board of Scientific Counselors. 1997.
    39. Cranmer JM, Baden DG, Bell IR, Cory-Slechta DA, Kilburn KH, Baldwin CM. Environmental Impact on the Nervous System. Research Blueprint for the 21st Century. 1997.
    40. Cranmer JM, Desaiah D. Developmental Neurotoxicity of Endocrine Disrupters: Dioxins, PCBs, Pesticides and Metals. 1997; 387-602.
    41. Cranmer JM. Neuroimmunotoxicology ~ Immune and Nervous System Responses to Environmental Toxicants: Parallels, Intersections and Interactions. A Report on the 14th International Neurotoxicology Conference. Neurotoxicology. 1997; 17(3-4):923-938.
    42. Cranmer JM, Amler R, Clarkson TW, Gilbert SG, Mahaffey KR, Rice DC, Slikker W, Jr, Sonawane B, Tilson HA, Verity MA. Neurotoxicity of Mercury: Indicators and Effects of Low-Level Exposure. 1996; 7-296.
    43. Cranmer JM. Environmental and Occupational Diseases. Occupational Hazards: Common Inductrial Heavy Metals. 1993.
    44. Mutti A, Costa LG, Manzo L, Cranmer JM. (eds). Current Issues in Neurotoxicology. Intox Press. 1992; 336.
    45. Forrester TM, Maher M, Cranmer JM, Paule MG. Assessment of Anamalous Complex Brain Function in a "Chemically Abused Child", Using an Operant Test Battery. Teratology. 1990; 41(5):622-623.
    46. Paule MG, Cranmer JM. Complex Brain Function in Children as Measured in the NCTR Monkey Operant Test Battery. 1990; 13.
    47. Paule MG, Forrester TM, Maher MA, Cranmer JM, Allen RR. Measuring Complex Brain Function in Monkeys and Children: Bridging the Gap Between the Laboratory and the Clinic. Neurotoxicology. 1990; 11(1): 142.
    48. Cranmer JM. Behavioral Toxicology in Nutrition. 1988.
    49. Paule, Merle G, JM Cranmer, J. Dale Wilkins, H. Patric Stern, Donald E. McMillan. Complex Brain Function in Children: Evaluation in the Monkey Operant Test Battery. Neurotoxicology. 1988; 9(3):367-378.
    50. Reisman DJ, Peirano WB, Choudhury H, Hassett B, Walentowicz R, Beliles R, Valcovic L, Clarkson T, Cranmer J, Finelli VN, Hartung R, Mushak P, Stokinger HE. Summary Review of the Health Effects Associated with Copper: Health Issue Assessment. 1987; (EPA/600/8-87/001):74 pp.
    51. Cranmer JM. Featuring Neuroscientists in Neurotoxicology: An Update. (letter). Neurotoxicology. 1987; 8(4):639-640.
    52. Cranmer JM. Featuring Neuroscientists in Neurotoxicology. Neurotoxicology. 1987; 8(2):355-356.
    53. Cranmer JM, Tilson HA. Neurotoxicology in the Fetus and Child: Introduction and Overview. Neurotoxicology. 1986; 7(2):1-2.
    54. Cranmer JM, Golberg L. Neurobehavioral Effects of Solvents. Neurotoxicology. 1986; 7(4):1-127.
    55. Cannon DJ, Cranmer JM, Smith L, Wilkins JD. Fetal-Placental Uptake of Aluminum in Mice Following Maternal Exposure. The Toxicologist. 1986; 5(2):199.
    56. Tilson HA, Cranmer JM. Neurotoxicology in the Fetus and Child. 1986; 1-684.
    57. Narahashi T, Cranmer JM, Woolley DE. Pyrethroids and Neuroactive Pesticides. 1985; 1-245.
    58. Desaiah D, Tilson HA, Cranmer JM. Mechanisms and Manifestations of Chlordecone Neurotoxicity. 1985; 139-236.
    59. Graham D, Lowndes HE, Cranmer JM. Neurofilamentous Axonopathies: The Neurotoxicology of Acrylamide, IDPN, Hexacarbons and Carbon Disulfide. 1985; 1-98.
    60. Cranmer JM, Golberg L. Neurobehavioral Effects of Solvents: Consensus Workshop Summary. Neurotoxicology. 1985; 6(4):101-102.
    61. Cranmer JM, Cranmer MF, Avery DL. Immunoteratology of Chlordane: Cell-Mediated and Humoral Immune Responses in Adult Mice Exposed In Utero. 1984; 1-2.
    62. Krigman MR, Cranmer JM. Mechanisms and Manifestations of Tin Neurotoxicity. 1984; 128-300.
    63. Clarkson T, Cranmer JM, Sivulka DJ, Smith R. Mercury Health Effects Document: Health Issue Assessment. 1984; (EPA-600/8-84-019F):111 .
    64. Goad PT, Cranmer JM. Gestation Period Sensitivity of Ethylene Glycol Monoethyl Ether in Rats. The Toxicologist. 1984; 4(1):87.
    65. Donaldson J, Cranmer JM, Graham D. Neurotoxicology of Manganese: Clinical and Experimental Research Advances. 1984; 1-136.
    66. Cranmer JM, Cranmer MF, Goad PT. Prenatal Chlordane Exposure: Effects on Plasma Corticosterone Concentrations over the Lifespan. Environmental Research. 1984; 35:204-210.
    67. Woolley DE, Cranmer JM. Neurotoxicology of Lead: Reviews and Recent Advances. 1984; 1-361.
    68. Ali SF, Cranmer JM, Slikker W Jr, Harbison RD. Effect of Trimethyltin on Neurotransmitter Receptor Binding in the Mouse Brain. 1983.
    69. Ali SF, Cranmer JM, Goad PT, Slikker WA, Harbison RD, Cranmer MF. Trimethyltin Induced Changes of Neurotransmitter Levels and Brain Receptor Binding by Trimethyltin in the Mouse. Neurotoxicology. 1983; 4(1):29-36.
    70. Ali SF, Cranmer JM, Goad PT, Cranmer MF. Modulation of Neurotransmitter Receptor Binding by Trimethyltin in Mouse Brain. The Toxicologist. 1983; 3(1):135.
    71. Jones KW, Hanson AL, Kraner HW, Gordon BM, Cranmer JM. Recent Advances in Metal Toxicology: Uses of Nuclear Analytical Methods and Application of Ultrasensitive Detection Techniques. Neurotoxicology. 1983; 4(3):1-220.
    72. Cranmer JM, Goad PT, Avery DL, Lewis SC, TeVault RK, Phillips RD, Cragg ST. Validation of Behavioral Studies for Determining Toxicity of Petroleum Hydrocarbons. 1983; 337-353.
    73. Cranmer JM. The Appropriate Use of Statistics in Neurotoxicology. (letter). Neurotoxicology. 1983; 4(1):160.
    74. Cranmer JM, Goad PT. Validation of Selected Behavioral Tests for Evaluating Low-Level Toxicity. 1983; 97-112.
    75. Cranmer JM. Cranmer JM, Hixson EJ, editors. Delayed Neurotoxicity. Little Rock: Intox Press; 1983. p. 410 pp. 1983; 410 pp.
    76. Ali SF, Bondy SC, Hong JS, Cranmer JM. Neurochemical Effects of Acrylamide in Rats. 1982.
    77. Goad PT, Cranmer JM, Avery DL, Frith CH, Cranmer MF. Effect of Acute Trimethyltin Exposure on Spontaneous Locomotor Activity in Mice. 1982.
    78. Ali SF, Bondy SC, Hong JS, Cranmer JM. Triethyllead May Damage Cerebral Membrane Integrity. Neurotoxicology. 1982; 3(3):112.
    79. Ali SF, Hong JS, Bondy SC, Cranmer JM. Neurochemical Effects of Chlordecone on the Hypothalamo-Pituitary Axis. Neurotoxicology. 1982; 3(3):159-160.
    80. Goad PT, Cranmer JM, Avery DL, Cranmer MF. Effect of Acute Trimethyltin Exposure on Spontaneous Locomotor Activity in Mice. Neurotoxicology. 1982; 3(3):138-139.
    81. Cranmer JM. Tilson HA, Cranmer JM, Uphouse LL, editors. Chlordecone (Kepone) Neurotoxicity. Little Rock: Intox Press; 1982. p. 176 pp. 1982; 176 pp.
    82. Cranmer J Spyker, Avery DL, Cranmer MF. Adrenal Function and Hepatic Metabolism in Adult Mice Exposed In Utero to Carbofuran or Diazinon: A Longitudinal Evaluation. The Toxicologist. 1982; 1(2):119.
    83. Cranmer JM, Goad PT. Behavioral Evaluation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons. Toxicology Symposium on Petroleum Hydrocarbons. 1982; 37.
    84. Cranmer JM, Barnett JB, Avery DL, Cranmer MF. Immunoteratology of Chlordane. I: Cell-Mediated and Humoral Immune Responses. The Toxicologist. 1982; 1(2):119-120.
    85. Cranmer JM. Letter from the Editor. (letter). Neurotoxicology. 1982; 3(1):ix.
    86. Cranmer JM. Bad Statistics are Worse than None. (letter). Neurotoxicology. 1982; 3:153-154.
    87. Cranmer JM. Letter from the Editor. (letter). Neurotoxicology. 1982; 3(2):viii.
    88. Spyker-Cranmer JM, Barnett JB, Avery DL, Cranmer MF. Immunoteratology of Chlordane: Cell-Mediated and Humoral Immune Responses in Adult Mice Exposed In Utero. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology. 1982; 62:402-408.
    89. Cranmer JM, Avery DL. Behavioral Evaluation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons. 1981; Final Report(PS-40-UA):154 .
    90. Spyker-Cranmer JM, Avery DL, Schmid SE, Cranmer MF. Postnatal Endocrine Dysfunction Resulting from Prenatal Exposure to Carbofuran, Diazinon or Chlordane: II. Evaluation Over the Lifespan of the Mouse. Journal of Environmental Pathology and Toxicology. 1981; 5:815-822.
    91. Cranmer JM, Avery DL, Cranmer MF. Effects of Prenatal Exposure to Carbofuran, Diazinon or Chlordane on Postnatal Endocrine Function: Evaluation Over the Lifespan. The Toxicologist. 1981; 1(1):148.
    92. Vernberg W, Cranmer JM, Davies JC, Douglas J, Lilis R, Mattson M, Schiller CM. Technical Support Document for Regulatory Action Against Friable Asbestos-Containing Materials in School Buildings. Toxic Substances Subcommittee. 1981; 83.
    93. Avery DL, Spyker-Cranmer JM, Barnett JB. Immunocompetence Over the Lifespan of Mice Exposed In Utero to Carbofuran or Diazinon. II. Humoral and Cell-Mediated Responses. Journal of Environmental Pathology and Toxicology. 1981; 5:789-797.
    94. Barnett JB, Spyker-Cranmer JM, Avery DL, Hoberman AM. Immunocompetence Over the Lifespan of Mice Exposed In Utero to Carbofuran or Diazinon: I. Changes in Serum Immunoglobulin Concentrations. Journal of Environmental Pathology and Toxicology. 1980; 4:53-63.
    95. Avery DL, Hoberman AM, Cranmer MF, Spyker-Cranmer JM. Inhibition of Esterase Activity in Fetal Brain Following In Utero Exposure to the Organophosphate Diazinon. 1980; A92: 275.
    96. Spyker-Cranmer JM, Avery DL, Barnett JB, Hoberman AM. Functional Teratology of the Immune System Resulting from Exposure During Development to the Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Chlordane. A18: 53. 1980.
    97. Spyker-Cranmer JM, Avery DL. Use of Behavioral Tests to Detect Low Level Effects of Heavy Metals. 1979.
    98. Spyker-Cranmer JM, Avery DL, Barnett JB. Persistent Postnatal Effects on the Immune System Following Prenatal Exposure to the Anticholinesterase Pesticides Diazinon or Carbofuran. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology. 1979; 48:A88.
    99. Hoberman A, Spyker-Cranmer JM, Avery DL, Cranmer MF. Transplacental Inhibition of Esterases in Fetal Brain Following Exposure to the Organophosphate Diazinon. Teratology. 1979; 19:30A.
    100. Spyker-Cranmer JM, Avery DL. Integrated Study of Subtle and Delayed Effects of Chemical Pesticides. 1979; Final Report(68-01-4187):1-145 .
    101. Spyker-Cranmer JM, Avery DL. Sequential Developmental Measures: Usefulness as a Predictive Tool. 1979; 1-12.
    102. Spyker-Cranmer JM, Avery DL, Barnett JB. Altered Immune Competence of Offspring Exposed During Development to the Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Pesticide Chlordane. Teratology. 1979; 19:23A.
    103. Avery DL, Spyker JM. Effects of Prenatal Exposure to the Cholinesterase Inhibitor on Maturation, Behavior and Brain Morphology of the Mouse. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts. 1978; 4: 395.
    104. Hoberman AM, (introduced by JM Spyker). Ultrastructural Study of Liver Tissue from Mice Prenatally Exposed to the Cholinesterase Inhibitor Carbofuran. Teratology. 1978; 17:41A.
    105. Grady RR, Kitay JI, Spyker JM, Avery DL. Postnatal Endocrine Dysfunction Induced by Prenatal Methylmercury or Cadmium Exposure in Mice. Journal of Environmental Pathology and Toxicology. 1978; 1:187-197.
    106. Spyker-Cranmer J, Avery DL, Grady RR, Kitay JI. Postnatal Endocrine Dysfunction Resulting from Prenatal Exposure to Carbofuran, Diazinon or Chlordane. Journal of Environmental Pathology and Toxicology. 1978; 2:357-369.
    107. Spyker-Cranmer JM. Neurotoxicity and Behavior. 1978; pp. 361-377.
    108. Atkeson T, Cooper WE, Freeman AM, House WG, Jacobson JS, Kotin P, Robinson GD, Spyker JM, Stickel LF, Sutton HE, Wessel CJ, Winkelstein W. Effects of a Polluted Environment: Research and Developmental Needs. Environmental Research Assessment Committee. 1977; p 1-96.
    109. Spyker JM, Avery DL. Neurobehavioral Effects of Prenatal Exposure to the Organophosphate Diazinon in Mice. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health. 1977; 3:989-1002.
    110. Spyker DA, Spyker JM. Response Model Analysis for Cross-Fostering Studies: Prenatal versus Postnatal Effects on Offspring Exposed to Methylmercury. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology. 1977; 40:511-527.
    111. Avery DL, Spyker JM. Foot Tattoo of Neonatal Mice. Laboratory Animal Science. 1977; 27:110-112.
    112. Chang LW, Reuhl KR, Spyker JM. Ultrastructural Study of the Latent Effects of Methylmercury on the Nervous System After Prenatal Exposure. Environmental Research. 1977; 5:171-185.
    113. Spyker JM. Assessing the Impact of Low-Level Chemicals on Development: Implications Over the Total Lifespan. 1976; pp. 161-180.
    114. Spyker JM, Avery DL. Behavioral Toxicology and the Developing Organism. 1976; pp. 95-109.
    115. Spyker JM. The Spectrum of Postnatal Functional Disorders and Examples of Suitable Animal Tests. Teratology. 1976; 13: 38A.
    116. Spyker JM, Avery DL, Kitay JI. Integrated Study of Subtle and Delayed Effects from Low-Level Exposure to Pesticides. 1976; Final Report(68-01-1925 ):166.
    117. Wilson J, Brent R, Flamm W, Nichols W, Rice J, Salhonick H, Spyker J, De Serres F. Principles for Evaluating Chemicals in the Environment. Environmental Chemicals on Potential Hazards to Reproduction. 1975.
    118. Spyker DA, Spyker JM. Proceedings from the Substitute Chemical Program - First Year of Progress. Assessment of Subtle and Delayed Effects of Substitute. 1975.
    119. Spyker JM. Assessing the Impact of Low-Level Chemicals on Development: Implications over the Total Lifespan. Federation Proceedings. 1975; 95:1835-1844.
    120. Weiss B, Brozek J, Hanson H, Leaf RC, Mello NK, Spyker JM. Principles for Evaluating Chemicals in the Environment. Effects on Behavior. 1975.
    121. Spyker JM. Behavioral. Teratology and Toxicology. 1975; 311-349.
    122. Spyker JM. Postnatal Dysfunction in Teratology. Teratology. 1975; II: 35A.
    123. Spyker JM. Postnatal Functional Evaluation in Teratology. 1975; 13-15.
    124. Spyker JM. Behavioral Teratology and Toxicology. Environmental Sciences Research. 1975; 5:311-349.
    125. Weiss B, Spyker JM. Behavioral Implications of Prenatal and Early Postnatal Exposure to Chemical Pollutants. Pediatrics. 1974; 53:851-859.
    126. Spyker JM. Delayed Consequences of Prenatal Exposure to Environmental Contaminants: Implications Over a Lifetime. Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association. 1974; 70:88.
    127. Spyker JM. Occupational Hazards and the Pregnant Mother. 1974; 470-477.
    128. Spyker JM. Effects of Organomercurials on the Fetus. 1974; 36-72.
    129. Spyker JM, Chang LW. Delayed Effects of Prenatal Exposure to Methylmercury: Brain Ultrastructure and Behavior. Teratology. 1974; 9:A37.
    130. Spyker JM, Fernandes G. Impaired Immune Function in Offspring from Methylmercury-Treated Mice. Teratology. 1973; 7:28.
    131. Spyker JM. Subtle Consequences of Methylmercury Exposure. Teratology. 1972; 5:267.
    132. Spyker JM, Smithberg M. Effects of Methylmercury on Prenatal Development in Mice. Teratology. 1972; 5:181-190.
    133. Spyker JM. Methylmercury, Mice and Men. Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association. 1972; 69:30.
    134. Spyker JM, Sparber SB, Goldberg AM. Subtle Consequences of Methylmercury Exposure: Behavioral Deviations in Offspring from Treated Mothers. Science. 1972; 177:621-623.
    135. Spyker JM. Methylmercury and Mammalian Development. 1972.
    136. Spyker JM. Methylmercury, Mice and Men. Dissertation Abstracts International. 1971.
    137. Gault SJ, Spyker JM. Beneficial Effects of Immobilization of Joints in Rheumatoid and Related Arthritides: A Splint Study Using Sequential Analysis. Arthritis and Rheumatism. 1969; 12:34-44.
    138. Spyker JM, Sparber SB. Behavioral Teratology of Methylmercury in the Mouse. 275.
    139. Ali SF, Bondy SC, Hong JS, Cranmer JM. Neurochemical Effects of Acrylamide in Rats.
    140. Spyker JM, Smithberg M. Effects of Methylmercury on Prenatal and Postnatal Development in Mice. 242-243.
    141. Cranmer JM, Granado-Villar D, Robinson D. Proceedings of a Scientific Workshop. Beyond Hunt Valley: Research on Women’s Health for the 21st Century. Women’s Environmental Health: Prenatal/Infancy/Childhood.
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