TiPED has been created by a team of scientists and experts in a wide range of fields. Our goal was to lay out the necessary tools that a chemist would need to measure potential EDC activity. The idea and content of TiPED™ came from a series of meetings organized by Advancing Green Chemistry and Environmental Health Sciences.
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TiPED’s Founding Scientific Advisory Board:
Bruce Blumberg, PhD, University of California, Irvine, Endocrine Disruption
Terrence Collins, PhD, Carnegie Mellon University, Green Chemistry
David Crews, PhD, University of Texas at Austin, Endocrine Disruption
Peter L. deFur, PhD, Environmental Stewardship Concepts, LLC, Endocrine disruption
Andrea C. Gore, PhD, University of Texas at Austin, Endocrine Disruption
Lou Guillette, PhD, Medical University of South Carolina, Endocrine Disruption
Jerrold Heindel, PhD, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Endocrine disruption
Julie Jones, Advancing Green Chemistry
John Peterson Myers, PhD, Environmental Health Sciences, Endocrine disruption
Frederick S. vom Saal, PhD, University of Missouri, Endocrine Disruption
Thaddeus Schug, PhD, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Endocrine disruption
John Warner, PhD, Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, Green Chemistry
R. Thomas Zoeller, PhD, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Endocrine Disruption
Acknowledgements: We are grateful to the following who either participated in working retreats or commented on the manuscript to help us develop and refine our thinking in this investigation: Ruben Abagyan, Paul Anastas, Evan Beach, Alex Bergstein, Amy Cannon, Sarah Dickerson, Thea Edwards, Chad Ellis, Steve Hahn, Tyrone Hayes, Matt Kayhoe, Andreas Kortenkamp, Jakub Kostal, J.P. Lumb, C.J. Li, Audrey Moores, Heather Patisaul, Tamara Tal, Raymond Tice, Wim Thielemans, Alexander Tropsha, Laura Vandenberg, Sarah Vogel, Adelina Voutchkova, and Cheryl Watson.
This work was supported by: NIEHS (grant no. 1R13ES016981-01), the Cedar Tree Foundation, Forsythia Foundation, the Johnson Family Foundation, the Kendeda Fund, the John Merck Fund, as well as anonymous donors.