Dr. Jodi Flaws is a professor in comparative biosciences, and her research focuses on determining the mechanisms by which environmental chemicals, such as pesticides and plasticizers, affect the development and function of the ovary. Her research is funded by grants from the NIH and EPA. She has published over 190 peer-reviewed papers and mentored 26 graduate students, 9 postdoctoral fellows, 6 veterinary medical students, and 21 undergraduate students. Dr. Flaws served as president of the Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology Specialty Section for SOT. She currently serves as an associate editor for several journals: Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, Environmental Health Perspectives, Toxicological Sciences, and Reproductive Toxicology. She has served on numerous NIH study sections that review reproductive toxicology grant applications. Dr. Flaws' complete bio can be found here.