Louis J. Guillette Jr.

Professor of Zoology

University of Florida

Gainesville, FL 32611 U.S.A.

Voice 904-392-1098 FAX 904-392-3407 EMAIL ljg@zoo.ufl.edu


Curriculum Vitae


  • Place and Date of Birth: Wichita Falls, Texas August 29, 1954

  • Marital Status: Married, 1 son

  • Mailing Address: Department of Zoology, 223 Bartram Hall, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611 USA


    EDUCATION AND DEGREES

  • B.S. 1976 New Mexico Highlands University, Department of Biology, Las Vegas, NM.

  • M.A. 1979 University of Colorado, Boulder, Department of E.P.O. Biology, thesis directed by Dr. R. E. Jones, entitled "Corpus luteum development and placentation in the viviparous lizard Sceloporus jarrovi."

  • Ph.D. 1981 University of Colorado, Boulder, Department of E.P.O. Biology, dissertation directed by Drs. R. E. Jones and H. M. Smith, entitled "Reproductive strategies and the evolution of viviparity in two allopatric populations of the Mexican lizard, Sceloporus aeneus."


    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

  • Visiting Instructor of Biology. University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Colorado, Department of Biology - Human Physiology, 1980 (winter).

  • Assistant Professor. Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas, Department of Biological Sciences - {courses taught Human Anatomy, Comparative Vertebrate Endocrinology, Comparative Vertebrate Reproduction, Biology of Human Reproduction and Fetal Development, Herpetology, Evolution}. 1981-1985.

  • Assistant Professor. University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, Department of Zoology - {courses taught Comparative Chordate Embryology, General Biology, Environmental Reproductive Biology}. 1985-1987.

  • Affiliate Curator of Herpetology. Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, l985 - present.

  • Associate Professor. University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, Department of Zoology - {courses taught Comparative Chordate Embryology, General Biology, Comparative Vertebrate Endocrinology, Vertebrate Reproductive Biology}. 1987-1992.

  • Professor. University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, Department of Zoology - {courses taught Comparative Chordate Embryology, Biology of Human Reproduction, Evolution and Development, Evolution and Reproduction, General Biology, Evolutionary and Molecular Endocrinology}. 1992-present.

  • Adjunct Professor. University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand - {co-advisor for Ph.D. student Jane Girling}. 1994-present.

  • Director. Biotechnologies for the Ecological, Evolutionary and Conservation Sciences (BEECS) Program, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research. 1992-1994.

  • Scientific Director. BEECS Reproductive Analysis Laboratory, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Interdisciplinary Center for Biotechnology Research. 1992-1994.

  • New Mexico Highlands University, Department of Biology, NSF Undergraduate Research Assistant, 1975-1976.

  • University of Colorado, Boulder, Department of E.P.O. Biology, Laboratory of Comparative Reproduction, Research Assistant on NIH funded grants, 1977-1979, 1980-1981.

  • Universidad Nacional Aut—noma de MŽxico, Instituto de Biolog’a, Mexico City, Mexico, Visiting Research Professor, 1983, 1984.

  • Universidad Nacional Aut—noma de MŽxico, Facultad de Ciencias, Museo de Zoolog’a and Laboratorio de Histolog’a, Mexico City, Mexico, Visiting Research Professor, 1985, 1986, 1993.

  • Silliman University, Marine Science Laboratory, Dumaguette, Philippines, Visiting Research Scientist, 1985.

  • Victoria University of Wellington, Department of Zoology, Wellington, New Zealand, Visiting Research Professor, 1986, 1987.

  • Macquarie University, School of Biological Sciences, North Ryde, NSW, Australia, Visiting Research Professor, 1986.

  • Universidad de Valle, Museo de Zoolog’a, Cali, Colombia, Visiting Research Professor, 1987.

  • Government of Botswana, Department of Wildlife and National Parks, Gaborone, Botswana, Africa, Visiting Research Scientist, 1988, 1989.

  • Otago University, Department of Zoology, Dunedin, New Zealand, Visiting Research Professor, 1991, 1995.

  • University of Queensland, Centre for Conservation and Department of Anatomy, Brisbane, Australia, Visiting Research Professor, 1991.

  • Tulane University, Center for Bioenvironmental Research, New Orleans, LA, Visiting Professor of Ecotoxicology (funded by the Alton Jones Foundation), 1995-1996.

  • Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA, Dan Evans Endowed Professorship, Winter & Spring 1997


    PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

    1. Doctoral Dissertations Directed

  • Brent D. Palmer, "Functional morphology and biochemistry of reptilian oviducts and eggs: Implications for the evolution of reproductive modes in tetrapod vertebrates." Spring 1988-Spring 1990.

  • Vincent DeMarco, "Aspects of embryonic physiology and the evolution of viviparity in the lizard genus Sceloporus." Fall 1985-Summer 1991.

  • Gustavo H. Kattan, "Reproductive strategy of a generalist brood parasite, the Shiny cowbird, in the Cauca Vally, Colombia." Summer 1987-Spring 1993.

  • M. Catharine Cox, "Presence and functional role of the polypeptide growth factors insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I) and epidermal growth factor (EGF) in the reptilian oviduct." Fall l989-Summer 1994.

  • Greg R. Masson, "Environmental influences on reproductive potential, clutch viability and embryonic mortality of the American alligator in Florida." Spring 1989-Fall 1995.

  • John M. Matter, "Endocrine control of sperm maturation and transport in squamates." Fall 1987-Spring 1996.

  • Kevin Baldwin, "Parasites and their evolutionary consequences on reproductive variables in lizards." Fall 1990-present.

  • Cynthia Lequeux, "Reproductive biology of and use of sea turtles by endemic peoples of the Mosqito coast of Nicaragua", Spring 1993-present. (co-Advisor with Kent Redford.

  • Jane Girling, "The evolution of viviparity in the geckos of New Zealand", Spring 1994-present. (co-advisor with Alison Cree; University of Otago).

  • Andrew Rooney, "Maternal-fetal immune interactions during the evolution of reptilian viviparity." Summer 1994-present.

  • Andrew Crain, "Endocrine disrupting xenobiotics: gonadal-thyroid interactions." Fall 1994-present.

    2. Masters Theses Directed

  • Sandra L. Fox, "Ovarian and oviductal morphology during the reproductive cycle of the two lizard species, Crotaphytus collaris and Eumeces obsoletus". Spring 1982-Spring 1984.

  • Sandra K. Elliott, "Testicular and adrenal morphology during the annual reproductive cycle of the great plains lizard, Eumeces obsoletus (Scincidae)." Spring 1983-Spring 1985.

  • Matt S. Rand, "Histological, hormonal and chromatic correlates of sexual maturation in the male lizard, Crotaphytus collaris". Fall 1983-Fall 1986.

  • Greg R. Masson, "Changes in uterine vascularity during the reproductive cycle of three oviparous lizards, Eumeces obsoletus, Sceloporus undulatus and Crotaphytus collaris." Fall 1983-Spring 1985.

  • Brent Palmer, "Uterine morphology during the reproductive cycle of the gopher tortoise, Gopherus polyphemus." Fall 1985-Fall 1987.

  • Ellen Burroughs, "Egg composition of seaside sparrows." Summer 1987-Fall 1989.

  • Adele Hensley, "The effects of coumestrol, a phytoestrogen, on pregnancy, sexual development and survivorship in Rattus norvegicus." Spring 1988-Spring 1991.

  • Lisa Gregory, "Capture stress in the loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta)." Spring 1991-Fall 1993.

  • Andrew Rooney, "Pregnancy-associated changes in the adrenergic and peptidergic innervation in the oviduct of Sceloporus jarrovi." Fall 1991-Spring 1994.

  • Andrew Crain, "Insulin-like growth factor-I in the plasma of two chelonians: Caretta caretta and Trachemys scripta elegans. Fall 1992-Summer 1994 (co-Chair with Dr. K. Bjorndal).

  • Daniel Pickford, "Androgens and male genital development in alligators." Summer 1993-Summer 1995.

  • Edward Orlando, "Endocrine disrupting contaminants and their influence on fish reproduction." Fall 1995-present.

    3. Research Advisor for Undergraduate Research / Honors Thesis (Recent Students)

    Michael Gilmore Spring 1992-Spring 1994 (U.F. Medical School)

    Matthew Hurbanis Fall 1992-Spring 1994 (U.F. Medical School)

    Jose Montes de Oca Fall 1992-Fall 1993 (H.S. teacher - Miami)

    Nigel Noriega Summer 1993-Spring 1994 (Ph.D. - U.C. Berkeley)

    Deborah Ferrer Fall 1993-Spring 1994

    Jocelyn Rathbun Summer 1992-Spring 1995 (U.F. Medical School)

    Amy Pickle Summer 1994-Fall 1994 (Ph.D. - Duke U.)

    Kevin Carter Summer 1994-Spring 1995 (NFL)

    Shadi Tolaymat Spring 1994-Spring 1995

    Michelle Ross Scargle Fall 1994-Summer 1995

    Michael McLean Summer 1995-Fall 1995

    Bart Edmiston Summer 1995-present

    Matt Milnes Summer 1995-present

    Christie Waldie Fall 1995-present

    Daniel Spiteri Fall 1995-present

    Andrea Galle Fall 1996 - present

    Other Activities

    President: Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles (1996).

    Board of Directors: Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles (1990-1993).

    Associate Editor: Journal of Herpetology (1986-1988).

    Subject Editor: Conservation Ecology (1995-present).

    Editoral Board Member: Copeia (1986-1988), Journal of Herpetology (1984-1986).

    Board Member: IUCN, Species Survival Commission, Captive Breeding Specialist Group (1991-1994); Crocodile Specialist Group (1990-present); Conservation Breeding Specialist Group (1994-present).

    Manuscript Reviewer: American Zoologist, American J. Physiology, Biology of Reproduction, Copeia, Ecology, Herpetologica, J. Herpetology, General and Comparative Endocrinology, J. Morphology, Hormones and Behavior, J. Experimental Zoology, J. Reproduction and Fertility, New England J. Medicine, Can. J. Zoology, South African J. Zoology, Prostaglandins, J. Zoology, London, Environmental Health Perspectives, Life Sciences, Toxicology and Industrial Health.

    Grant Reviewer: National Geographic Society, National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, New York Zoological Society, Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, Research Corporation, Australia Research Council, NATO, Environmental Protection Agency.

    External Reviewer for Ph.D. Degree: Victoria University, New Zealand (1990); University of Cape Town, South Africa (1992); Mysore University, India (1993; 1994); University of Guelph (1995).

    Expert Witness: U.S. Congress, Subcommittee on Health and the Environment {H. Waxman (CA), Chairman}. Hearing on Pesticides as Environmental Estrogens. (1993).

    Expert Advisor: World Wildlife Fund, USA (1993, 1994, 1995); National Wildlife Foundation (1994); USFWS- Contaminants Branch, USA (1993,1994); CDC-Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, USA (1994); Medical Research Council, Great Britian (1994, 1995); Ministry of Health, Denmark (1995); Norwegian Society for the Conservation of Nature (1995); CDC- Environmental Health Agency (1995).

    Committee Member: National Research Council/National Academy of Sciences committee on "Hormone-like Agents in the Environment". 1995-present.


    RESEARCH TECHNIQUES

    Histology (paraffin and plastic); histochemistry; immunocytochemistry; electron microscopy; bioassay, fluorometric and radioimmunoassay for various hormones; biochemical analysis of plasma ions, peptides; tissue culture; thin layer and gas chromatography; protein (1D & 2D SDS-PAGE) and mRNA analysis; in vitro assay of hormonally induced contractions of reptilian, amphibian and mammalian smooth and skeletal muscle; microsurgery techniques, photomicroscopy; antibody and peptide purification/synthesis, recombinant DNA techniques.


    RESEARCH INTERESTS

    Evolution of viviparity in the different vertebrate classes; structure, function and evolution of vertebrate oviduct, extraembryonic membranes and placentae; environmental contaminants as hormones; environmental contaminant influences on reproductive activity and embryonic development; biology of the corpus luteum; hormonal control of birth and gestation length; stress and reproduction; reproductive biology of high elevation vertebrates; comparative reproductive anatomy and physiology; and comparative endocrinology.


    SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS

    American Association for the Advancement of Science

    Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology (Comparative Endocrinology; Comparative Morphology)

    International Federation of Comparative Endocrinological Societies

    Sigma Xi

    Sociedad Herpetologica Mexicana

    Society of Research on Amphibians and Reptiles in New Zealand

    Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles

    Society for the Study of Fertility

    Society for the Study of Reproduction


    PUBLICATIONS

    All Publications

    Endocrine Disruptors only


    MAJOR AND/OR CURRENT GRANTS

  • National Geographic Society, 1984-1986 ($4400). Reproductive biology and population genetics of the Mexican high elevation lizard, Sceloporus aeneus. (with Dr. K. Brown).

  • National Science Foundation, 1985-1989 ($135,000). Role of prostaglandins in luteal function in lizards.

  • Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, 1988-1992 ($432,000). Evaluation of alligator egg viability in selected ecosystems in Florida (with Dr. H. F. Percival).

  • The Whitaker Foundation, 1989-1992 ($164,287). Nuclear magnetic resonance microscopic imaging spectrometer for the study of embryonic development. (with Dr. T. Mareci).

  • Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, 1989-1992 ($21,850). Reproductive biology of female alligators.

  • National Institutes of Health, Biomedical Research Technology Program. 1990-1995 ($3,189,421). NMR imaging and spectroscopy in vivo resource (P.I., T.H. Mareci). Collaborative Project (1 of 5) NMR imaging and spectroscopy of embryonic development (P.I.'s L.J. Guillette and T.H. Mareci).

  • University of Florida, Research Development Award, 1991-1993 ($20,000). NMR imaging and spectroscopy of embryonic development.

  • University of Florida, 1992-1995 ($750,000). Biotechnologies for the Ecological, Evolutionary and Conservation Science Program (with S. Schuster).

  • U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1992-1994 ($184,900). Uterine growth factors and egg development in the American Alligator.

  • U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, 1993-1994 ($44,282). Sub-lethal effects of persistent marine debris on sea turtles: Evaluation of the stress hormone syndrome. (with K. Bjorndal & A. Bolten).

  • St. Johns Water Management District, 1992-1994. ($30,000). Biology of alligator eggs and neonates from Lake Apopka. (with H. F. Percival).

  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1993-1995. ($280,000). Development of biochemical measures of contaminant-induced stress. (with N. Denslow).

  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1994-1995. ($60,000). Ecological and reproductive studies of the alligators from Lake Apopka superfund site, Florida. (with H.F. Percival, A. Woodward, & T. Gross).

  • National Institute of Environmental Health Science, 1994-1995. ($25,000). Developmental effects of xenobiotics on the reproductive system of the American alligator and red-eared turtle.

  • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1995-1998. ($426,300). Contaminant-induced changes in hepatic steroid hormone degradation.

  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1995-1996. ($35,000). Environmental contaminants as endocrine disruptors in turtles.

  • W. Alton Jones Foundation, 1995-1996. ($80,000). Ecoepidemiology: Estrogens and Embryos. (co-PIs: J. McLachlan and L.J. Guillette).


    AWARDS OR SCIENTIFIC RECOGNITION

  • The University of Colorado Creative Dissertation Award, May 1981.

  • Dahlem Conference Invited Participant & Author, Berlin, August 28 - September 2, 1988.

  • State-of-the-Art Invited Lecture, XI International Congress of Comparative Endocrinology, Malaga, Spain, May 14-20, 1989.

  • Symposium Organizer & Speaker (both by invitation), 1st World Congress of Herpetology, Canterbury, England, September 1989.

  • Howard Hughes Visiting Scholar, Millsaps College, Jackson, MS, January 1991.

  • Plenary Address (1 of 2). National Meeting of Wildlife Contaminant Specialists, U.S.Fish & Wildlife Service, Vail, CO. May 26, 1993.

  • Plenary Address (1 of 6). Annual Meeting of the National Wildlife Federation, Austin TX, March 5,1993.

  • Plenary Address (1 of 5). IV International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology, University of Chicago, July 31-August 4, 1994

  • Plenary Address, III Reunion Nacional de Herpetologia, San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico, November 11, 1994.

  • University of Florida Teaching Excellence Award, 1994

  • W. Alton Jones Foundation Visiting Professorship, Tulane-Xavier Center for Bioenvironmental Research, New Orleans, Fall 1995- Spring 1996.

  • Plenary Address, International Congress of Animal Reproduction, Sydney, Australia, July 2, 1996.

  • Dan Evans Endowed Visiting Professorship, Evergreen State College, Olympia Washington, 1997.


    RECENT PRESENTATIONS (1994-present)

    How do you make a Dinosaur Egg? Florida Foundation for Future Scientists Program for Duke SAT Scholars, U. Florida. June 10, 1994.

    Florida's Silent Springs: Environmental Contamination, Embryonic Abnormalities and Alligators. Florida Foundation for Future Scientists. Summer Training Program, U.F. June 20, 1994.

    Endocrine Disrupting Contaminants in the Environment: Lessons from Wildlife. Department of Zoology, U. Florida, September 6, 1994.

    Florida's Silent Springs: Environmental Contamination and Alligators. Florida Wildlife Federation, 57th Annual Meeting, St. Petersburg Beach, FL. September 10, 1994.

    Endocrine Disrupting Environmental Contaminants: Biomarkers of Presence. Southwest Florida Water Management District, COBRA Meeting, October 26, 1994.

    Endocrine Disrupting Contaminants in the Environment: Lessons from Wildlife. Medical Honor Society, University of Florida, February 22, 1995.

    Adventures of a Biologist. Sante Fe Community College, Zoo Biology Program, February 22, 1995.

    Silent Spring: 30 Years Later. Earth Day Presentation, University of Florida, April 22, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Sierra Club, Gainesville, May 4, 1995.

    Alligators, Contaminants and Florida's Silent Springs. Kawanis Club, Gainesville, May 31, 1995.

    Florida's Silent Springs: Environmental Contamination, Embryonic Abnormalities and Alligators. Florida Foundation for Future Scientists. Summer Training Program, U.F. June 20, 1995.

    Alligators and Contaminants. Rotary Club of Gainesville, August 8, 1995. Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited Seminar - Provost Seminar Series, University of Florida, October 16, 1995.

    Developmental Abnormalities of the Reproductive System of Reptiles in Response to Environmental Estrogens. Invited speaker at "Estrogens in the Environment III: Global Health Implications". Organized by N.I.E.H.S., Washington D.C. January 11, 1994.

    Florida's Silent Springs: Environmental Contamination, Embryonic Abnormalities and Alligators. Invited Plenary Address, National Wildlife Federation, 1994 Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, March 5,1993.

    Endocrine and Developmental Abnormalities of the Reproductive System of Wildlife Following exposure to Endocrine Disrupting Environmental Comtaminants. Invited Presentation, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, Public Health Services, Symposium on Great Lakes Human Health Effects Research, Detroit, MI, May 5, 1994.

    The Reproductive Biology of the American Alligator: From Evolution to Current Events. Invited Seminar, National Institutes of Environmental Health Sciences, Research Triangle Park, NC, May 19, 1994.

    Endocrine Disrupting Contaminants in the Environment. U.S. National Biological Survey, Midwest Research Laboratory, Columbia, MO, August , 1994.

    Endocrine-Disrupting Contaminants and Reproductive Abnormalities in Alligators. Environmental Toxicology Center, University of Wisconsin @ Madison, October 20, 1994.

    The Evolution of Reptilian Viviparity. Department of Zoology, University of Wisconsin @ Madison, October 21, 1994.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Department of Physiology, Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri @ Columbia, January 5, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants and the development of the reptilian reproductive system. Invited Presentation in the symposium "Environmental Estrogens", American Society of Zoologist, Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, January 7, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Water Resources Division, Annual Meeting, Wisconsin Dells, February 28, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited Plenary Presentation for Washington Toxics Coallition, Seattle, March 10, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants and abnormal embryonic development. Invited Plenary Presentation to the National Coallition Against the Misuse of Pesticides, Washington, D.C., March 18, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited Plenary Discussions for Green Ribbon Society and Rachel Carson Council, Washington, DC, May 7-8, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited Plenary Address for Russian River Watershed Protection Committee, Santa Rosa, CA, May 13, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants. Invited presentation to annual national conference of Investigative Reporters and Editors, Miami, FL, June 9, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Species at Risk - Reptiles. Invited Presentation for the Environmental Protection Agency, Duluth, June 13, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited Presentation for Louisiana Environmental Action Network, New Orleans, June 21, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants and Public Health. Invited Presentation for Louisiana Environmental Action Network, New Orleans, June 21, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited Seminar, Mt. Desert Island Marine Laboratory, July 5, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants. Invited Presentation for the National Center for Environmental Health, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, August 21, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Plenary Address, International Meeting of the Pesticide Action Network, Menlo Park, CA, September 17, 1995.

    The Evolution of the Cleidoic Egg. Invited Lecture, Department of Biology, Presbyterian College, Clinton, SC. October 2, 1995.

    The Evolution of Vertebrate Viviparity. Invited Lecture, Department of Biology, Presbyterian College, Clinton, SC. October 3, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited College Enrichment Address, Presbyterian College, Clinton, SC. October 2, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited Presentation, Environmental Editors and Reporters, National Conference, MIT, Boston, October 28, 1995.

    Organizational abnormalities of vertebrate embryos exposed to endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants. Invited Seminar. Department of EEO Biology, Tulane University, New Orleans, November 17, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited Plenary, Annual Retreat of Program in Molecular and Cell Biology, Tulane-Xavier Universities, November 18, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited Workshop presentation. Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund, San Francisco, January 19, 1996.

    Alligator Embryos and Environmental Contaminants. Invited Seminar. Department of Biology, University of New Orleans, January 29, 1996

    Environmental Gender Benders: New Findings on Pollution and Reproductive Disorders. Plenary Address, Annual Meeting of the Ann Arbor Ecology Center, Ann Arbor, February 3, 1996.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: How to use science. Invited Workshop presentation. Tulane University Law School's Symposium of Environmental Law, New Orleans, February 24, 1996.

    Organizational abnormalities of vertebrate embryos exposed to endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants. Invited Seminar. Department of Environmental Health, Tulane University School of Public Health, New Orleans, March 1, 1996.

    Endocrine Disrupting Contaminants: The Human Wildlife Connection. Invited Presentation in symposium "Reproductive Fertility and Infertility", Medical Research Council of Great Britain, Edinburgh Science Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland, April 12, 1994.

    The Evolution of Vertebrate Viviparity. Plenary Address, IV World Congress of Vertebrate Morphology, University of Chicago, August 2, 1994.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited Pleanary address, 14th World Congress of the Obstetrics and Gynecology. Montreal, Canada, September 27, 1994.

    The Evolution of Reptilian Viviparity. Plenary Address, III Reunion de Herpetologia Mexicana, San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico, November 10, 1994.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited Presentation, Danish Society for Environmental Chemistry & Danish-Sacnian Society for Andrology, University of Copenhagen, January 26, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited Presentation, Institute of Environment and Health, Medical Research Council, University of Leicester, Great Britain, January 31, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited Presentation for the Norges Naturvernforbund (Norwegian Society for the Conservation of Nature), Oslo, Norway, February 2, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited Plenary Presentation for International Congress on Hazardous Waste, Atlanta, June 7, 1995.

    The Evolution of the Cleidoic Egg. Invited Lecture, Department of Zoology, University of Otago, Dunedin, NEW ZEALAND. July 21, 1995.

    The Evolution of Vertebrate Viviparity. Invited Lecture, Department of Zoology, University of Otago, Dunedin, NEW ZEALAND. July 26, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited Seminar, Department of Zoology, University of Otago, Dunedin, NEW ZEALAND. July 28, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited Seminar, Health Panel, International Joint Commission, Duluth, September 24, 1995.

    Organizational abnormalities of vertebrate embryos exposed to endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants. Department of Zoology, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, CANADA, October 6, 1995.

    Organizational abnormalities of vertebrate embryos exposed to endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants. Department of Zoology, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, CANADA, November 2, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited Plenary, Annual Meeting on Reproduction and Infertility, Obstetrics and Gynocology Society of Canada, Kingston, Ontario, CANADA, November 2, 1995.

    Organizational abnormalities of vertebrate embryos exposed to endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants. Invited Presentation, International School of Ethology, Italian National Science Foundation, Erice, SICILY, November 7, 1995.

    Organizational abnormalities of vertebrate embryos exposed to endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants. Invited Seminar, School of Pharmacology, University of Zurich, Zurich, SWITZERLAND, December 7, 1995.

    Endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants: Lessons from the study of wildlife. Invited Workshop presentation. Pennisula Marine Laboratory, Seili Island, FINLAND, December 9, 1995.

    Organizational abnormalities of vertebrate embryos exposed to endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants. Invited Seminar, School of Biological Sciences, bo University, Turku, FINLAND, December 11, 1995.

    Organizational abnormalities of vertebrate embryos exposed to endocrine disrupting environmental contaminants. Invited Symposium Presentation, Symposium entitled "Endocrine Disrupting Contaminants", at Third World Congress of Asian and Oceanic Society of Comparative Endocrinology, Macquarie University, North Ryde, AUSTRALIA, January 25, 1996.


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