Dr. Mahalingaiah is an Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology with a clinical subspecialty in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Boston University School of Medicine/Boston Medical Center. She is currently funded on the Reproductive Scientist Training Program, RSDP K12, and was previously a Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health Scholar to study environmental exposures and risk of gynecologic disease incidence. Her current research focuses on environmental exposure and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) incidence, severity, metabolic sequelae, and risk modification. As of 2018, she was noted for her study in the journal Human Reproduction that found air pollution is tied to irregular menstrual cycles in teens. This study is the first to show that exposure to air pollution among teen girls (ages 14-18) is associated with slightly increased chances of menstrual irregularity and longer time to achieve regularity in the teen years.
- Assistant Professor, Epidemiology, Boston University School of Public Health
- Assistant Professor, Physiology & Biophysics, Boston University School of Medicine
- Harvard Medical School, MD
- Boston University School of Public Health, MS
- Middlebury College, BA
- Published on 4/1/2019
Mathew H, Mahalingaiah S. Do prenatal exposures pose a real threat to ovarian function? Bisphenol A as a case study. Reproduction. 2019 04 01; 157(4):R143-R157. PMID: 30689546.
- Published on 5/5/2018
Pino EC, Zuo Y, Maciel De Olivera C, Mahalingaiah S, Keiser O, Moore LL, Li F, Vasan RS, Corkey BE, Kalesan B. Cohort profile: The MULTI sTUdy Diabetes rEsearch (MULTITUDE) consortium. BMJ Open. 2018 05 05; 8(5):e020640. PMID: 29730626.
- Published on 3/1/2018
Mahalingaiah S, Missmer SE, Cheng JJ, Chavarro J, Laden F, Hart JE. Perimenarchal air pollution exposure and menstrual disorders. Hum Reprod. 2018 03 01; 33(3):512-519. PMID: 29377993.
- Published on 1/1/2018
Mahalingaiah S. Is there a common mechanism underlying air pollution exposures and reproductive outcomes noted in epidemiologic and in vitro fertilization lab-based studies? Fertil Steril. 2018 01; 109(1):68. PMID: 29307407.
- Published on 12/22/2017
Wise LA, Wesselink AK, Hatch EE, Rothman KJ, Mikkelsen EM, Sørensen HT, Mahalingaiah S. Marijuana use and fecundability in a North American preconception cohort study. J Epidemiol Community Health. 2018 03; 72(3):208-215. PMID: 29273628.
- Published on 6/24/2017
Wesselink AK, Carwile JL, Fabian MP, Winter MR, Butler LJ, Mahalingaiah S, Aschengrau A. Residential Proximity to Roadways and Ischemic Placental Disease in a Cape Cod Family Health Study. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2017 Jun 24; 14(7). PMID: 28672786.
- Published on 4/11/2017
Mahalingaiah S, Sun F, Cheng JJ, Chow ET, Lunetta KL, Murabito JM. Cardiovascular risk factors among women with self-reported infertility. Fertil Res Pract. 2017; 3:7. PMID: 28620545.
- Published on 9/27/2016
Hewlett M, Chow E, Aschengrau A, Mahalingaiah S. Prenatal Exposure to Endocrine Disruptors: A Developmental Etiology for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. Reprod Sci. 2017 Jan; 24(1):19-27. PMID: 27342273.
- Published on 8/18/2016
Chow ET, Mahalingaiah S. Cosmetics use and age at menopause: is there a connection? Fertil Steril. 2016 Sep 15; 106(4):978-90. PMID: 27545020.
- Published on 7/10/2016
Mahalingaiah S, Winter MR, Aschengrau A. Association of prenatal and early life exposure to tetrachloroethylene (PCE) with polycystic ovary syndrome and other reproductive disorders in the cape cod health study: A retrospective cohort study. Reprod Toxicol. 2016 Oct; 65:87-94. PMID: 27412368.
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