D N Rao Veeramachaneni

Faculty Biomedical Sciences

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About D N Rao

Dr. Veeramachaneni is Professor of Reproductive Biology. Research in his laboratory seeks to determine if deteriorating reproductive health in males is really idiopathic, as male infertility often is labeled, or a consequence of exposure to environmental pollutants. Using a variety of laboratory animal models, long-term reproductive sequelae following developmental exposure to ubiquitous pollutants are evaluated. The compounds that have been studied include anti-androgenic pesticides (DDT and its metabolites; vinclozolin), water disinfection byproducts, and plasticizers (phthalates). Notable findings include the impairment of spermiogenesis long after exposure to common chemical contaminants in drinking water and occurrence of carcinoma in situ lesions in the testis following developmental exposures to DDT.

Education

PhD, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1985BVSc, A P Agricultural University, India, 1972MS, A P Agricultural University, India, 1975

Publications

Loveland K, Rajpert-De Meyts E, and Veeramachaneni DNR (2010). Testicular Cancer. Chapter 11.12 In: Comprehensive Toxicology, 2nd Edition (Ed. Charlene A. McQueen), Oxford: Elsevier. pp 247-263.Wadas BC, Hartshorn CA, Aurand ER, Palmer JS, Roselli CE, Noel ML, Gore AC, Veeramachaneni DNR, and Tobet SA (2010) Prenatal exposure to vinclozolin disrupts selective aspects of the gonadotropin-releasing hormone neuronal system of the rabbit. J Neuroendocrinol 22: 518-526. Bornman MS, Barnhoorn IEJ, Dreyer L, de Jager C, and Veeramachaneni DNR (2010) Testicular microlithiasis and neoplastic lesions in wild eland (Tragelaphus oryx): Possible effects of exposure to environmental pollutants? Environ Res 110: 327-333.Weiner CM, Rosenbaum MD, Fox K, Mason G, Bielefeldt-Ohmann H, Veeramachaneni DNR, and Vandewoude S (2010) Cottontail rabbit papillomavirus in Langerhans cells in Sylvilagus spp. J Vet Diagn Invest 22: 451-464.

Research Specialty

Mixed Animal (large and small)Wildlife/Zoo

                
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