Subject Areas on Research
- "It's better for me to drink, at least the stress is going away": perspectives on alcohol use during pregnancy among South African women attending drinking establishments.
- Alcohol Use During Pregnancy in a South African Community: Reconciling Knowledge, Norms, and Personal Experience.
- Attitudes toward alcohol use during pregnancy among women recruited from alcohol-serving venues in Cape Town, South Africa: A mixed-methods study.
- Beliefs about fetal alcohol spectrum disorder among men and women at alcohol serving establishments in South Africa.
- Drinking before and after pregnancy recognition among South African women: the moderating role of traumatic experiences.
- Effects of prenatal ethanol exposure on hippocampal ionotropic-quisqualate and kainate receptors.
- Ethanol-induced face-brain dysmorphology patterns are correlative and exposure-stage dependent.
- Fetal alcohol exposure impairs Hedgehog cholesterol modification and signaling.
- Magnetic resonance microscopy defines ethanol-induced brain abnormalities in prenatal mice: effects of acute insult on gestational day 8.
- Magnetic resonance microscopy-based analyses of the brains of normal and ethanol-exposed fetal mice.
- Magnetic resonance microscopy-based analyses of the neuroanatomical effects of gestational day 9 ethanol exposure in mice.
- Premature development of cardiac sympathetic neurotransmission in the fetal alcohol syndrome.
- Prenatal alcohol exposure reduces magnetic susceptibility contrast and anisotropy in the white matter of mouse brains.
- Risk for Alcohol-Exposed Pregnancies Among Women at Drinking Venues in Cape Town, South Africa.
Keywords of People
- Bauer, Samuel T, Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Maternal Fetal Medicine