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Associate Professor
University of North Carolina, Charlotte
9201 University City Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28223

Phone: 704-547-2880
FAX: 704-547-3128
Email: ymhuet@email.uncc.edu
URL: http://www.bioweb.uncc.edu/Faculty/Huet-Hudson/index.htm

B.S. Univ. of Kansas 1984
Ph.D. Univ. of Kansas Medical Center 1989

Picture of Yvette Huet-Hudson
Yvette Huet-Hudson

Description of Research
The research being conducted in the laboratory of Yvette Huet-Hudson focuses on understanding steroid hormone action and the processes regulating embryo implantation in the uterus. The goals of the research are to a) gain understandings of these processes and thus allow for the development of methods to determine the likelihood of success of specific embryos to produce a baby during in vitro fertilization b) find ways to increase fertility in both humans as well as agriculturally important species c) determine the effects of environmental estrogens on early pregnancy and d) manipulate responses to endotoxins and other compounds that can induce shock based on our understanding of how steroid hormones confer protection or increase susceptibility to this process.
Recent Papers or Publications
Hall, D., and Y. Huet-Hudson (1997). The Effects of Methoxychlor on Pre-implantation Embryonic Development and Implantation in the Mouse, Reproductive Toxicology 11:703-708.

Gouge, R., Marshburn, P. , Gordon, B. E., and Y. Huet-Hudson (1998). Nitric Oxide as a Regulator of Embryonic Development, Biology of Reproduction 58:875-879.

Leamy, L. J., Doster, M.J. and Y.M. Huet Hudson (1999). Effects of methoxychlor on directional and fluctuating asymmetry of mandible characters in mice. Ecotoxicology, 8(2): 63-71.

Special Honors or Awards
National Science Foundation Minority Graduate Fellowship, June 1986 to May 1988

Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship for Minorities, June 1988 to May 1989

New Investigator Semi-Finalist, Society for the Study of Reproduction, 1989.

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