Assistant Professor, Department of Animal Sciences
474 S. SHAW LANE ROOM 1230F
EAST LANSING MI 48824
Our laboratory focuses on understanding the fetal origins of adult reproductive and metabolic disorders. The lab is interested how environmental exposures (endocrine disruptors) during prenatal life can induce adaptive mechanisms in the developing organism leading up to pathophysiological consequences during postnatal life. We use in vivo approaches to characterize the pathophysiological outcomes and in vitro approaches (cellular and molecular) to understand the mechanisms and pathways by which the pathological outcomes occur.
Cervantes Institute, Madrid, Spain, B.S., 1995, Biology
Complutense University, D.V.M., 2000, Animal Medicine
National Institute of Agricultural Research, Madrid, Spain, Ph.D., 2005, Reproductive Physiology
Selected Professional Activities:
Dr. Veiga-Lopez is a member of the Society for Study of Reproduction, the Endocrine Society, and the Society of Toxicology. She is currently a journal reviewer for Fertility and Sterility, Expert Opinion on Investigational Drugs, Plos One, Reproduction, Brasilian Journal of Animal Reproduction, American Journal of Physiology, and Livestock Science.
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- Yong Pu, Postdoctoral