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Personal Data

Name:                   Carolyn M. Salafia, MD, M.Sci. (Biostatistics)
Date of Birth:          November 5, 1955
Place of Birth:         Middletown, Connecticut, USA
Citizenship:            United States of America
Academic Training
Education:              Dartmouth College, B.A Degree, 1976
                        Duke University School of Medicine, MD, 1979
                        Joseph P. Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University Masters in Science in
                        Biostatistics, 2001
                        Doctoral Candidate, Division of Epidemiology, Joseph P. Mailman School of Public
                        Health, Columbia University.
Licensure:              Tennessee Department of Health
                        Licensed as Physician #702011590, September, 2005
                        New York State Department of Health
                        Licensed as Physician #203467, July 1, 1996
                        State of Connecticut Department of Health Services,
                        Licensed as Physician and Surgeon #025554, October 15, 1984
                        District of Columbia Department of Consumer and Regulatory
                        Affairs Licensed as Physician and Surgeon #21074 (Class 3NB)
                        January 10, 1995
Traineeship
Internship, Residency:
       1983-84, Senior Resident in Pathology, Yale University, Affiliated Programs, Danbury Hospital, Danbury,
       Connecticut (Chief Nilo E. Herrera, M.D.)
       1982-83, Resident in Pathology, Yale University Affiliated Programs, Hospital of Saint Raphael, New
       Haven, CT (Chief Romeo Vidone, M.D.)
       1981-82, Pathology Resident, Research Fellow in Developmental Neurosciences, Washington University
       School of Medicine, Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri (Chief Paul Lacey, M.D., Ph.D.)
       1980-81, Assistant Intern Resident in Pediatrics and Pathology, Washington University School of
       Medicine, Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri (Chief Paul Lacey, M.D., Ph.D.)
Postdoctoral Fellowship:
       1985, Fellow in Pathology, Yale University Affiliated Program, Danbury Hospital, Danbury, CT (Chief
       Nilo Herrera, M.D.)
       1979-80, Research Fellow in Neuro-Ophthalmology, Duke University Eye Center, Durham, NC
Board Qualification
      American Board of Pathology for the practice of Pediatric Pathology, November 30, 1990
      American Board of Pathology for the practice of Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, May 31, 1985
Professional Organizations and Societies
International
         Royal Society of Medicine (UK)
         International Federation of Placental Organizations
         Society for Gynecologic Investigation
         Society for Pediatric Pathology
         Teratology Society
Specific Duties
        1996-present Abstract Review Committee, Society for Gynecologic Investigation.
       National Children‟s Study Workshops: Placenta, Acute infection, Twin studies, Drug use, Birth defects
       NICHD 2004-2005
       2001 Health Disparities RFA Study Section, August 2001, Washington DC
       2000 Scientific Organizational Committee, International Federation of Placental Organizations, Rochester
       Trophoblast Conference
       1999 Scientific Organizational Committee, International Federation of Placental Organizations, European
       Placenta Group
       1998 Abstract Review Committee, Scientific Organizational Committee, International Federation of
       Placental Organizations
       1997 Abstract Review Committee, International Federation of Placental Organizations
       1996 Abstract Review Committee, European Placenta Group
Academic Appointments
      7/2008- present Research Scientist, Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities, NYS
      DOH, Staten Island, New York.
      2/2007 -6/2008 Research Scientist, New York University School of Medicine
       7/2003- 1/ 2007 Assistant Professor of Epidemiology, Joseph P. Mailman School of Public Health
       7/2002- 6/2003 Postdoctoral Research Fellow and Assistant in Clinical Psychiatry, Department of
       Psychiatry, Columbia University
       1998 – June 2001, Professor of Pathology and Pediatrics at CPMC, Columbia University College of
       Physicians and Surgeons, VC 14th Floor, Room 215, 630 West 168th Street, New York, NY
       1997 – Present, Adjunct Associate Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology, New York University School of
       Medicine, New York, NY
       1996 - 98: Associate Professor of Pathology, Department of Pathology, Albert Einstein Medical College,
       Bronx, NY
       1996 - 98: Professorial Lecturer, Department of Pathology, Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY
       1994 - 96: Section Chief, Perinatal Pathology, Perinatology Research Facility, Associate Professor of
       Pathology and Obstetrics & Gynecology, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC
       1993 - 94: Research Investigator, Interagency Personnel Agreement, National Institutes of Health, Division
       of Anatomic Pathology, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, CT
       1989 – 94: Assistant Professor of Pathology, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Division of Anatomic Pathology,
       University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, CT
       1986 - 88: Clinical Instructor in Developmental Pathology, Yale University School of Medicine, New
       Haven, CT
       1985 - 86: Associate Research Scientist, G. H. Sergievsky Center, Columbia University College of
       Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY
       1986-1998: Adjunct Assistant Professor of Pathology, Columbia University College of Physicians and
       Surgeons, VC 14th Floor, Room 215, 630 West 168th Street, New York, NY
       1985 - 88: Adjunct Assistant Professor, Master's Program in Genetic Counseling, Sarah Lawrence College,
       Bronxville, NY
Clinical and Hospital Appointments
        2007- present: Staff Pathologist, Director of Research, Obstetrics and Gynecology and Pediatrics, New
                York Methodist Hospital, Brooklyn, NY.
        2005- 2009: Staff Pathologist in Pathology, Roosevelt Hospital, New York, NY.
        2001- present: Research Advisor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Bronx-Lebanon Medical
                Center, Bronx, NY.
        2001- present: Staff Pathologist, Northern Westchester Hospital, Mt Kisco, NY.
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         2000 Special Consultant, New York City Department of Health, Unit of Chronic Disease and Maternal
         Infant Health.
         1998 - 2000: Attending Pathologist, New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York, NY.
         1996 - 98: Attending Pathologist, Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY.
         1996 - 98: Attending Pathologist, Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, NY.
         1994 - 96: Attending Pathologist, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC.
         1989 - 94: Attending Pathologist, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington, CT.
         1986 - 93: Staff Pathologist, Danbury Hospital, Danbury, CT.
         1986 - 88: Attending Pathologist, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT.
Honors
         1973, Magna cum laude, Dartmouth College, Hanover NH.
         1990, Young Clinical Scientist Award of the Association of Clinical Scientists.
         1994, Best Poster Presentation "Maternal and placental associations with early intraventricular hemorrhage
         in infants born at < 32 weeks gestation." Society of Perinatal Obstetricians.
         1999, POR (Patient Oriented Research) Scholarship, for Masters in Science (Biostatistics), Joseph L.
         Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University.
         2001, NARSAD Young Investigator Award (Honorable Mention Klerman Award, 2007, for research
         excellence).
         2003-2008 K23 Mid-Career Development Award, National Institutes of Mental Health
         March-June 2007 Random Shapes Conference, National Science Foundation Sponsored Fellow, Institute
         of Pure and Applied Mathematics, UCLA
         March-June 2007 Optimal Shapes Conference, National Science Foundation Sponsored Fellow, Institute of
         Pure and Applied Mathematics, UCLA
Invited Lectureships:
        1998 Workshop Presentations, Platform Moderator, International Federation of Placental Organizations,
        Tokyo Japan.
        1997 Workshop Presentations, European Placenta Group, Vigso, Denmark.
        1997 Platform Moderator, Society for Gynecologic Investigation, Atlanta GA.
        1994 Platform Moderator, Society for Pediatric Pathology, Boston MA.
        1993 - Present, Grand Rounds/Visiting Professor in Obstetrics and Gynecology and/or Pathology:
                Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (DC)
                Candler Hospital (GA)
                Columbia Hospital for Women (DC)
                Beijing Women‟s Hospital (Rep.China)
                Georgetown University (DC)
                North Shore Hospital (NY)
                Northwestern University (IL)
                New York University/Beekman (NY)
                Ohio State University (OH),
                St. Peter‟s Hospital (UMDNJ, NJ)
                Telfair Reproductive Care Center (GA)
                University of North Carolina/Chapel Hill (NC)
Fellowships and Grant Support
       2010 -2011 NO1-HD-5-3411 NCS Formative Research Project 18 – Placental Study
        Principal Investigator: Richard K. Miller, Ph.D. (University of Rochester)
        Subcontractor PI: Carolyn Salafia, MD, MS


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       2010-2011 Contract, Department of Defense Innovative Idea Award in Autism Research, AR093103
       Principal Investigator, “Placental vasculature as biomarker of autism risk”, awarded to Institute for Basic
       Research in Developmental Disabilities.

       2009-2010 Subcontract, Co-Investigator, NICHD NOT-NCRR-09-005; Administrative Supplements for
       Research on Outcome Measures for Pediatric Clinical Trials in support of the Best Pharmaceuticals for
       Children Act, Jonathan Davis, MD, Principal Investigator, Tufts University School of Medicine
       2009-2010 SBIR Small Business Innovative Research grant, NICHD, “Placental Pathology: Digital
       Assessment and Validation” l R43HD062307-01, Placental Analytics, LLC, Larchmont, NY.
       2003-2008, K23 Career Development, NIMH “Placental measures in neuropsychiatric diseases”,
       Department of Epidemiology, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, NY NY.
       2003-2005, Junior Investigator Award, “Placental measures and schizophrenia risk”, NARSAD
       (National Association for Research in Schizophrenia and Depression) Department of Epidemiology,
       Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, NY NY.
       2001-2005, Co-Investigator, NIH Award R01-HD39373-01, “Placental Vascular Compromise and
       Preterm Delivery”, John M. Thorp, Jr, Principal Investigator, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,
       NC
       1999-2001, POR (Patient oriented Research) Scholar in Biostatistics, Joseph P. Mailman School of
       Public Health, Division of Biostatistics, HL # 04144, Columbia University
       March 1994 - 1996, Perinatology Research Branch, Chief of Perinatal Pathology Laboratory, NICHD
       contract #N01-HD 3-3198, As intramural contract, Contract Officer: Paul Duska
       May 1993 - March 1994, Interagency Personnel Agreement, NICHD, (Research Investigator) Award
       1991-92, Boehringer Ingelheim Grant (Renewed). "ICAM-1 and Cytokine Expression and Induction in
       Normal and Pathological Pregnancy." Carolyn M. Salafia, M.D. (Principal Investigator). Award
       1989-1991, Boehringer Ingelheim Grant. "ICAM-1 and Cytokine Expression and Induction in Normal
       and Pathological Pregnancy." Carolyn M. Salafia, M.D. (Principal Investigator). Award
       1987, NIH Grant. "Collaborative anticoagulation in pregnancy study." Susan F. Cowchock, M.D.
       (Principal Investigator), Carolyn M. Salafia, M.D. (Study Pathologist).
       1984, Fairfield County Cooperative Foundation Grant. "The Incidence of Subclinical Pathology in
       Elective First Trimester Pregnancy Terminations." Award
Other Professional Activities
Editorial Board Memberships:
                      1998 - 2005 Placenta
                      1997 - 2000 Trophoblast Research
                      1999 - 2003 Journal of Maternal –Fetal Medicine
Publications
A. Original, Peer Reviewed Articles:
1. Schwartz N, Coletta J, Pessel C, Feng R, Timor-Tritsch IE, Parry S, Salafia CN. Novel 3-dimensional placental
   measurements in early pregnancy as predictors of adverse pregnancy outcomes.J Ultrasound Med.
   2010;29(8):1203-12
2. Thomas KA, Sottile MJ, Salafia CM. Unsupervised Segmentation for Inflammation Detection in
   Histopathology Images. A. Elmoataz et al.(Eds.): ICISP 2010, LNCS 6134, pp.541–549, 2010.
3. Yampolsky M, Salafia CM, Shlakhter O, Haas D, Eucker B, Thorp J. Centrality of the Umbilical Cord
   Insertion in a Human Placenta Influences the Placental Efficiency. Placenta. 2009 30(12):1058-64.


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4. Misra DP, Salafia CM, Miller RK, Charles AK.Non-Linear and Gender-Specific Relationships Among
    Placental Growth Measures and The Fetoplacental Weight Ratio.Placenta. 2009 30(12):1052-7.
5. Salafia CM, Misra D, Miles JN. Methodologic Issues in the Study of the Relationship between Histologic
    Indicators of Intraamniotic Infection and Clinical Outcomes. Placenta. 2009 Nov;30(11):988-93.
6. Salafia CM, Misra DP, Yampolsky M, Charles AK, Miller RK. Allometric Metabolic Scaling and Fetal and
    Placental Weight. Placenta. 2009 Apr;30(4):355-60.
7. Baptiste-Roberts K, Salafia CM, Nicholson WK, Duggan A, Wang NY, Brancati FL. Gross placental measures
    and childhood growth. J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med. 2008 Dec 9:1-11.
8. Salafia CM, Yampolsky M. Metabolic scaling law for fetus and placenta, Placenta. 2009; 30(5):468-71.
9. Poggi SH, Salafia C, Paiva S, Leak NJ, Pezzullo JC, Ghidini A. Variability in Pathologists' Detection of
    Placental Meconium Uptake. Am J Perinatol. 2009 Mar;26(3):207-10.
10. Coall DA, Charles AK, Salafia CM. Gross placental structure in a low-risk population of singleton, term, first
    born infants. Pediatr Dev Pathol. 2008 Nov 13:1. [Epub ahead of print]
11. Baker AM, Braun JM, Salafia CM, Herring AH, Daniels J, Rankins N, Thorp JM. Risk factors for
    uteroplacental vascular compromise and inflammation. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Sep;199(3):256.e1-9.
12. Baptiste-Roberts K, Salafia CM., Nicholson WK., Duggan A, Wang NY, Brancati FL. Maternal risk factors for
    abnormal placental growth: the national collaborative perinatal project. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2008,
    8:44.
13. Yampolsky M, Salafia CM, Shlakhter O, Haas D, Eucker B, Thorp JM, MD. Modeling the variability of
    shapes of a human placenta. Placenta. 2008;29(9):790-7.
14. Salafia CM, Zhang J, Charles AK, Bresnahan M, Shrout P, Sun W, Maas EM. Placental characteristics and
    birthweight. Paed Perinat Epidemiol. 2008;22(3):229-39.
15. Buhimschi IA, Zambrano E, Pettker CM, Bahtiyar MO, Paidas M, Rosenberg VA, Thung S, Salafia CM,
    Buhimschi CS. Using Proteomic Analysis of the Human Amniotic Fluid to Identify Histologic
    Chorioamnionitis. Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Feb;111(2):403-412.
16. Locatelli A, Andreani M, Ghidini A, Verderio M, Pizzardi A, Vergani P, Salafia CM. Amnioinfusion in
    preterm PROM: effects on amnion and cord histology. J Perinatol. 2008 Feb;28(2):97-101.
17. Salafia CM, Zhang J, Miller RK, Charles AK, Shrout P, Sun W. Placental growth patterns affect birth weight
    for given placental weight. Birth Defects Res A Clin Mol Teratol. 2007;79(4):281-8.
18. Terry MB, Perrin M, Salafia CM, Zhang FF, Neugut AI, Teitelbaum SL, Britton J, Gammon MD.
    Preeclampsia, Pregnancy-related Hypertension, and Breast Cancer Risk. Am J Epidemiol. 2007 Feb 6;
19. Krikun G, Huang ST, Schatz F, Salafia C, Stocco C, Lockwood CJ. Thrombin activation of endometrial
    endothelial cells: A possible role in intrauterine growth restriction. Thromb Haemost. 2007 Feb;97(2):245-53.
20. Hrubec, T.C., M. Yan, K. Ye, C.M. Salafia, S.D. Holladay, 2006. Valproic Acid Induced Fetal Malformations
    Are Reduced by Maternal Immune Stimulation With Granulocyte Macrophage Colony-Stimulating Factor or
    Interferon . The Anatomical Record Part A 288A:1303-1309.
21. Salafia CM, Maas E, Thorp JM, Eucker B, Pezzullo JC, Savitz DA. Measures of placental growth in relation to
    birth weight and gestational age.Am J Epidemiol. 2005 Nov 15;162(10):991-8.
22. Salafia CM, Pezzullo JC, Charles AK, Ernst LM, Maas EM, Gross B, Pijnenborg R. Morphometry of the Basal
    plate superficial uteroplacental vasculature in normal midtrimester and at term. Pediatr Dev Pathol. 2005 Nov-
    Dec;8(6):639-46.
23. Ghidini A, Salafia CM. Histologic placental lesions in women with recurrent preterm delivery. Acta Obstet
    Gynecol Scand;84(6):547-50.
24. Ghidini A, Salafia CM. Gender differences of placental dysfunction in severe prematurity. Br J Obstet
    Gynecol, 2005; 112:140-44.
25. Salafia CM, Maas EM. The twin placenta: framework for gross analysis in fetal origins of adult disease
    initiatives. Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 2005(Suppl. 1): 23–31.
26. Thadani PV, Strauss JF 3rd, Dey SK, Anderson VM, Audus KL, Coats KS, Cross JC, Erlebacher A,
    Ganapathy V, Linzer DI, Miller RK, Novak DA, Rapaka RS, Sadovsky Y, Salafia CM, Soares M, Unadkat J.
    National Institute on Drug Abuse Conference report on placental proteins, drug transport, and fetal
    development. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2004;191(6):1858-62.


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27. Gross S, Castillo W, Crane M, Espinosa B, Carter S, DeVeaux R, Salafia C. Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein
    and human chorionic gonadotropin levels in women with human immunodeficiency virus. Am J Obstet
    Gynecol. 2003 Apr;188(4):1052-6.
28. Pierce BT, Martin LS, Hume RF Jr, Calhoun BC, Muir-Padilla J, Salafia CM. Relationship between the extent
    of histologic villous mineralization and stillbirth in aneuploid and euploid fetuses. J Soc Gynecol Investig.
    2002 Sep-Oct;9(5):290-3.
29. Lembet A, Selam B, Gaddipati S, Berkowitz RL, Salafia CM. Shortened gestational age following multifetal
    pregnancy reduction: can chronic placental inflammation be the explanation? J Matern Fetal Med
    2001;10(3):149-54.
    30. Ghidini A, Pezzullo JC, Sylvestre G, Lembet A, Salafia CM. Antenatal corticosteroids and placental
        histology in preterm birth. Placenta 2001;22(5):412-7.
    31. Starzyk KA, Salafia CM. A perinatal pathology view of preterm labor. Medscape Womens Health
        2000;5(6):E1.
    32. Sherer DM, Salafia CM. Chronic intrauterine bleeding and fetal growth at less than 32 weeks gestation.
        Gynecol Obstet Invest 2000;50(2):92-5.
    33. Ghidini A, Salafia CM, Kirn V, Doria V, Spong CY. Biophysical profile in predicting acute ascending
        infection in preterm ruptured membranes before 32 weeks. Obstet Gynecol 2000;96(2):201-6.
    34. Berggard T, Enchild JJ, Badve S, Salafia CM, Logdberg L, Akerstrom B. Histologic Distribution and
                                      1-microglobulin in Human Placenta Am J Reprod Immunol 1999; 41(1):52-60.
    35. Gabinskaya T, Salafia CM, Gulle VE, Holzman IR, Weintraub AS. „Gestational age-dependent
        extravillous cytotrophoblast osteopontin immunolocalization differentiates between normal and
        preeclamptic pregnancy. Am J Reprod Immunol 1998;40(5):339-46.
    36. Reznik SE, Salafia CM, Lage JM, Fricker LD. Immunohistochemical localization of carboxypeptidases E
        and D in the human placenta and umbilical cord. J Histochem Cytochem , 1998, 46 (12):1359-68.
    37. Salafia CM, Ghidini A, Sherer DM, Pezzullo JC. Abnormalities of the fetal heart rate in preterm deliveries
        are associated with acute intra-amniotic infection. J Soc Gynecol Invest, 1998, 5(4):188-91.
    38. Louis-Sylvestre C, Gordon R, Rand J, Salafia CM, Berkowitz R. In vitro studies of the interactions
        between platelets and amniotic membranes: A potential treatment for preterm premature rupture of
        membranes. Am J Obstet Gynecol, 1998, 178(2):287-93.
    39. Ghidini A, Salafia CM, Minior VK. Lack of relationship between histologic choriomanionitis and duration
        of the latency period in preterm rupture of membranes. J Mat Fet Med, 1998, 7:238-42.
    40. Ghidini A, Salafia CM, Pijnenborg R. Lesions of placental bed and placenta in relation to preeclampsia.
        Contemporary Reviews in Obstetrics and Gynecology. June 1998, 85-90.
    41. Salafia CM, Starzyk KA, Lage JM, Parkash V, Vercruysse L, Pijnenborg R. Lipoprotein(a) deposition in
        the uteroplacental bed and in basal plate uteroplacental arteries: Implications for atherosclerosis-associated
        processes in normal and complicated pregnancies. Troph Res, 1998, 11:377-87.
    42. Torok O, Lapinski R, Salafia CM, Bernasko J, Berkowitz RL. Multifetal pregnancy reduction is not
        associated with an increased risk of intrauterine growth restriction, except for very-high-order multiples.
        Am J Obstet Gynecol, 1998, 179(1):221-5.
    43. Salafia CM, Ghidini A, Lopez-Zeno JA, Minior VK, Pezzullo JC, Ernst LM. Uteroplacental pathology and
        mean maternal arterial blood pressure in spontaneous prematurity. J Soc Gynecol Investig, 1998, 5:68-71.
    44. Ernst LM, Sanders MM, Salafia CM, Carter AM. Cell populations in the bone marrow of guinea pig
        fetuses with intrauterine growth retardation. Pediatr Pathol Lab Med, 1997, 17:561-8.
    45. Salafia CM, Pezzullo JC, Ghidini A , López-Zeno JA, Whittington SS. Clinical correlations of patterns of
        placental pathology in preterm preeclampsia. Placenta, 1997, 19(1):67-72.
    46. Kohut K, Anthony M-N A, Salafia CM. Decidual and placental histologic findings in patients
        experiencing spontaneous abortions in relation to pregnancy order. Am J Reprod Immunol, 1997, 37:257-
        61.
    47. Salafia CM, Pezzullo JC, Ghidini A, Rosenkrantz TS. Early neonatal nucleated erythrocyte counts in
        preterm deliveries: Clinical and pathological correlations. J Soc Gynecol Invest, 1997, 4(3):138-43.
    48. Ghidini A, Jenkins CB, Spong CY, Pezzullo JC, Salafia CM, Eglinton GS. Elevated amniotic fluid
        interleukin-6 levels during the early second trimester are associated with greater risk of subsequent
        preterm delivery. Am J Reprod Immunol, 1997, 37:227-31.
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49. Spong CY, Sherer DM, Minior VK, Salafia CM. Fetal breathing movements within 24 hours of delivery in
    prematurity are related to histologic and clinical evidence of amnionitis. Am J Perinatol, 1997, 14:337-40.
50. Salafia CM, Ghidini A, Sherer DM, Spong CY, Lencki S, Eglinton GS, Parkash V, Marley E, Lage JM.
    Fetal, but not maternal, serum cytokine levels correlate with histologic acute placental inflammation. Am J
    Perinatol, 1997, 14(7):419-22.
51. Sherer DM, Spong CY, Minior VK, Salafia CM. Increased incidence of fetal growth restriction in
    association with breech presentation in preterm deliveries <32 weeks. Am J Perinatol, 1997, 14:35-7.
52. Spong CY, Sherer DM, Ghidini A, Pezzullo JC, Salafia CM, Eglinton GS. Midtrimester amniotic fluid
    tumor necrosis factor-alpha does not predict preterm small-for-gestational-age infants. Am J Reprod
    Immunol, 1997, 37:236-9.
53. Salafia CM, Pezzullo JC, Ghidini A, Rosenkrantz TS. Patterns of change in early neonatal nucleated
    erythrocyte counts in preterm deliveries. J Soc Gynecol Invest, 1997, 4(4):178-82.
54. Salafia CM, Pezzullo JC, Minior VK, Divon MY. Placental pathology of absent and reversed end-diastolic
    flow in growth restricted fetuses. Obstet Gynecol, 1997, 90(5):830-6.
55. Salafia CM, Cowchock FS. Placental pathology and antiphospholipid antibodies: A descriptive study. Am
    J Perinatol, 1997, 14(8):435-41.
56. Ghidini A, Salafia CM, Pezzullo JC. Placental vascular lesions and likelihood of diagnosis of
    preeclampsia. Obstet Gynecol, 1997, 90(4 pt 1): 542-5.
57. Starzyk KA, Salafia CM, Pezzullo JC, Lage JM, Parkash V, Vercruysse L, Hanssens M, Pijnenborg R.
    Quantitative differences in arterial morphometry define the placental bed in preeclampsia. Hum Pathol,
    1997, 28:353-8.
58. Ghidini A, Salafia CM, Minior VK. Repeated courses of steroids in preterm membrane rupture do not
    increase the risk of histologic chorioamnionitis. Am J Perinatol, 1997, 14: 309-13.
59. Sherer DM, Spong CY, Minior VK, Salafia CM. Residual amniotic fluid volume in preterm rupture of
    membranes: association with fetal presentation and incidence of clinical and histologic evidence of
    infection. Am J Perinatol, 1997, 14(3):125-8.
60. Sherer DM, Spong CY, Minior VK, Salafia CM. Decreased amniotic fluid volume at <32 weeks of
    gestation is associated with decreased fetal movement. Am J Perinatol, 1996, 13(8):479-82.
61. Osorio M, Torres J, Moya F, Pezzullo J, Salafia CM, Baxter R, Schwander J, Fant M: Insulin-like growth
    factors (IGFs) and IGF binding proteins-1, -2, and -3 in Chilean newborns: Relationships to feto-placental
    growth at term. Early Hum Devel, 1996, 46(1-2:15-26.
62. Sherer DM, Salafia CM, Minior VK, Sanders M, Ernst LE, Vintzileos AM. Placental basal plate
    myometrial fibers: clinical correlations of abnormally deep trophoblast invasion. Obstet Gynecol, 1996,
    87(3): 444-9.
63. Salafia CM, Ghidini A, Minior VK. Uterine allergy: A cause of preterm birth? Obstet Gynecol, 1996,
    88(3):451-4.
64. Silver RM, Yang L, Daynes RA, Branch DW, Salafia CM. Fetal outcome in murine lyme disease Infect
    Immun, 1995, 63(1):66-72.
65. Salafia CM, López-Zeno JA, Sherer DM, Whittington SS, Minior VK, Vintzileos AM. Histologic evidence
    of old intrauterine bleeding is more frequent in prematurity. Am J Obstet Gynecol, 1995, 173: 1065-70.
66. Silver RM, Pierangeli SS, Gharavi AE, Harris N, Edwin SS, Salafia CM, Branch DW. Induction of high
    levels of anticardiolipin antibodies in mice by immunization with ß2-glycoprotein I does not cause fetal
    death. Am J Obstet Gynecol, 1995, 173(5):1410-5.
67. Salafia CM, Minior VK, Pezzullo JC, Popek EJ, Rosenkrantz TS, Vintzileos AM. Intrauterine growth
    retardation in infants of less than 32 weeks gestational age: Associated placental pathology. Am J Obstet
    Gynecol, 1995, 173:1049-57.
68. Cusick W, Salafia CM, Ernst L, Rodis J, Campbell W, Vintzileos AM. Low dose aspirin therapy and
    placental pathology in women with poor prior pregnancy outcomes. Am J Reprod Immunol, 1995, 34:141-
    7.
69. Salafia CM, Minior VK, Rosenkrantz TS, Pezzullo JC, Cusick W, Vintzileos AM. Maternal, placental and
    neonatal associations with early germinal matrix/intraventricular hemorrhage in infants born at <32 weeks
    gestation. Am J Perinatol, 1995, 12(6) 427-434.

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70. Salafia CM, Pezzullo JC, López-Zeno JA, Simmens S, Minior VK, Vintzileos AM. Placental pathology of
    preterm preeclampsia. Am J Obstet Gynecol, 1995, 173: 1097-1105.
71. Salafia CM, Minior VK, López-Zeno JA, Whittington SS, Pezzullo JC, Vintzileos AM. Relationship
    between placental histology and umbilical cord blood gases in preterm gestations. Am J Obstet Gynecol,
    1995, 173:1058-64.
72. Salafia CM, Ernst L, Pezzullo JP, Wolf W, Rosenkrantz TS, Vintzileos AM. The very low birth weight
    infant: maternal complications leading to preterm birth, placental lesions, and intrauterine growth. Am J
    Perinatol, 1995, 12(2):106-110.
73. Romero R, Gomez R, Salafia CM, Galasso M, Cotton D, Behnke E. Is oligohydramnios a risk factor for
    infection in term premature rupture of membranes? Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol, 1994, 4:1-6.
74. Salafia CM, DeVore G, Mainolfi E, Kelly J, Pezzullo JC, Rothlein R. Circulating intercellular adhesion
    molecule-1 in amniotic fluid, maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein levels and intrauterine growth retardation.
    Am J Obstet Gynecol, 1993, 169(4):830-4.
75. Fant M, Salafia CM, Baxter RC, Schwander J, Vogel C, Pezzullo J, Moya F. Circulating levels of IGFs
    and IGF binding proteins in human cord serum: Relationship to intrauterine growth. Regulatory Peptides,
    1993, 48(1-2):29-39.
76. Wolf E, Vintzileos AM, Salafia CM, Rosenkrantz T, Rodis JF, Pezzullo JC. Do survival and morbidity of
    the very low birth weight infant vary according to primary pregnancy complications resulting in preterm
    delivery? Am J Obstet Gynecol, 1993, 169(5):1233-9.
77. Lettieri L, Vintzileos AM, Rodis JF, Albini SM, Salafia CM. Does „idiopathic‟ preterm labor resulting in
    preterm birth exist? Am J Obstet Gynecol, 1993, 168(5): 1480-5.
78. Campbell WA, Yamase HT, Salafia CM, Vintzileos AM, Rodis JF. Fetal renal biopsy: Technique
    development. Fetal Diagn Ther, 1993, 8(2):135-43.
79. Ernst LM, Salafia CM, Carter AC, Pezzullo JC. Hepatic histology in intrauterine growth retardation
    following uterine artery ligation in the guinea pig. Pediatric Pathol, 1993, 13(6): 763-72.
80. Mallozzi-Eberle A, Levesque D, Vintzileos AM, Egan JFX, Tsapanos V, Salafia CM . Placental pathology
    in discordant twins. Am J Obstet Gynecol, 1993, 169:931-935.
81. Salafia CM, Maier D, Vogel C, Pezzullo JC, Burns J, Silberman L. Placental and decidual histology in
    spontaneous abortion: Detailed description and correlations with chromosome number. Obstet Gynecol,
    1993, 82(2):295-303.
82. Romero R, Baumann P, Gomez R, Rittenhouse L, Salafia CM, Barberio D, Behnke E, Cotton D, Mitchell
    M. The relationship between spontaneous rupture of membranes. labor, and microbial invasion of the
    amniotic cavity on amniotic fluid concentrations of prostaglandins and thromboxane B2 in term
    pregnancy. Am J Obstet Gynecol, 1993, 168:1654-68.
83. Salafia CM, Vintzileos AM, Silberman L, Bantham KF, Vogel CA. Placental pathology of idiopathic
    intrauterine growth retardation at term. Am J Perinatol, 1992, 9:179-184.
84. Salafia CM, Vogel CA, Bantham KF, Vintzileos AM, Pezzullo J, Silberman L. Preterm delivery:
    Correlations of fetal growth and placental pathology. Am J Perinatol, 1992, 9:190-193.
85. Potter NT, Kosuda L, Bigazzi PE, Fleming AD, Vintzileos AM, Homon C, Salafia CM. Relationships
    among cytokines (IL-1, TNF and IL-8) and histologic markers of acute ascending intrauterine infection. J
    Mat Fet Med, 1992, 165:783-4.
86. Salafia CM, Lerer T, Vintzileos AM, Silberman L. Relationships among maternal smoking, placental
    pathology and fetal growth. J Mat Fet Med, 1992, 1:90-95.
87. Romero R, Salafia CM, Athanassiadis AP, Hanaoka S, Mazor M, Sepulveda W, Bracken M. The
    Relationship between acute inflammatory lesions of the preterm placenta and amniotic fluid microbiology.
    Am J Obstet Gynecol, 1992, 166:1382-1388.
88. Kaplan C, Lowell DM , Salafia CM. College of American Pathologists Conference XIX on the
    Examination of the Placenta: Report of the working group on the definition of structural changes
    associated with abnormal function in the maternal/ fetal/placental unit in the second and third trimester.
    Arch Pathol Lab Med, 1991, 115:709-16.
89. Salafia CM, Haynes N, Merluzzi VJ, Rothlein R. The distribution of ICAM-1 within decidua and placenta,
    and gestational age-associated changes. Pediatric Pathol, 1991, 11:381-388.

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    90. Salafia CM, Vintzileos AM, Bantham KF, Vogel CA, Pezzullo J, Silberman L. Placental pathologic
        findings in preterm birth. Am J Obstet Gynecol, 1991, 165:934-8.
    91. Fleming AD, Salafia CM, Vintzileos AM, Rodis JF, Campbell WA, Bantham KF. The relationships
        amongst umbilical arterial velocimetry, fetal biophysical profile and placental inflammation in preterm
        premature rupture of the membranes. Am J Obstet Gynecol, 1991, 164:38-41.
    92. Cullen MT, Gabrielli S, Green JJ, Rizzo N, Mahoney MJ, Salafia CM, Bovicelli L, Hobbin JC. Diagnosis
        and significance of cystic hygroma in the first trimester. Prenatal Diag, 1990, 10:643-51.
    93. Gladstone IM, Ray AO, Salafia CM, Perez-Fontan J, Mercurio MR, Jacobs HC. Effect of artificial
        surfactant on pulmonary function in preterm and full-term lambs. J Appl Physiol, 1990, 69(2):465-72.
    94. Salafia CM, Xenophon J, Lerer T, Silberman L. Fetal growth and placental pathology in maternal
        hypertensive diseases. Clin Exper Hypert Preg, 1990, B9(1): 27-41.
    95. Cullen MT, Green J, Whetham J, Salafia CM, Gabrielli S, Hobbins JC. Transvaginal ultrasonographic
        detection of congenital anomalies in the first trimester Am J Obstet Gynecol, 1990, 163(2)L 466-76.
    96. Salafia CM, Mangam HE, Weigl CA, Foye GJ, Silberman L. Abnormal fetal heart rate patterns and
        placental inflammation. Am J Obstet Gynecol, 1989, 160:140-7.
    97. Salafia CM, Silberman L. Placental pathology and abnormal fetal heart rate patterns in gestational
        diabetes. Pediatric Pathology, 1989, 10:643-51.
    98. Salafia CM, Weigl CA, Silberman L. The prevalence and distribution of acute placental inflammation in
        uncomplicated term pregnancies. Obstet Gynecol, 1989, 73: 383-9.
    99. Winn HN, Gabrielli S, Reece EA, Roberts JA, Salafia CM, Hobbins JC. Ultrasonographic criteria for the
        prenatal diagnosis of the placental chorionicity status in twin gestations. Am J Obstet Gynecol.161, 1989,
        (6 Pt 1):1540-2.
    100.         Salafia CM, Weigl CA, Foye GJ. Correlation of placental erythrocyte morphology and gestational
        age. Pediatric Pathology, 1988, 8: 495-502.
    101.         Goldstein J, Braverman M, Salafia CM, Buckley PJ. The phenotype of human placental
        macrophages and its variation with gestational age. Am J Pathol, 1988, 133:648-59.
    102.         Salafia CM, Silberman L, Herrera NE, Mahoney MJ. Placental pathology at term associated with
        elevated midtrimester maternal serum -fetoprotein concentration. Am J Obstet Gynecol, 1988,
        158:1064.

B. Case Reports
1. Liberman L, Hordof AJ, Alfayyadh M, Salafia CM, Pass RH. Torsade de pointes in a child with acute
   rheumatic fever. J Pediatr 2001 Feb;138(2):280-2.
2. Leung JC, Mann S, Salafia C, Brion LP. Sacrococcygeal teratoma with vascular placental dissemination,
   Obstet 1999; 93(5 Pt2):856.
3. Sherer DM, Kendig JW, Sicker JZ, Salafia CM, Donahue ML. In utero adrenal hemorrhage associated with
   fetal distress, subsequent transient neonatal hypertension, and a nonfunctioning ipsilateral kidney. Am J Obstet
   Gynecol, 1994, 11(4):302-4.
4. Gray SE, Salafia CM, Lettieri L, Vintzileos AM. Recurrent multiple chorionic placental cysts. Fetus, 1993,
   3:1-4.
5. Fleming AD, Vintzileos AM, Rodis JF, Scorza WE, Nardi D, Salafia CM. Diagnosis of fetal ectopia cordis by
   transvaginal ultrasound. J Ultrasound Med, 1991, 10(7): 413-5.
6. Feinberg RF, Lockwood CJ, Salafia CM, Hobbins JC. Sonographic diagnosis of a pregnancy with a diffuse
   hydatidiform mole and coexistent 46XX fetus. A case report. Obstet Gynecol, 1988, 72: 485-8.

C. Reviews, Chapters and Editorials:
1. Salafia CM, Charles AK. Diabetes, related metabolic states and the placenta in The Diabetes in Pregnancy
    Dilemma: Leading Change with Proven Solutions, O Langer ed., 2005.
2. Salafia CM. Recurrent obstetric complications: how placental pathology can contribute to cost-effective
    clinical evaluation and a rational clinical care plan. Curr Womens Health Rep. 2002;2(1):65-71.
3. Starzyk KA, Salafia CM. A perinatal pathology view of preterm labor. Medscape Womens Health. 2000
    Nov;5(6):E1.

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4. Starzyk KA, Pijnenborg R, Salafia CM. Decidual and vascular pathophysiology in pregnancy compromise.
    Semin Reprod Endocrinol 1999;17(1):63-72.
5. Salafia C, Shiverick K. Cigarette smoking and pregnancy II: vascular effects. Placenta 1999;20(4):273-9.
6. Shiverick KT, Salafia C. Cigarette smoking and pregnancy I: ovarian, uterine and placental effects. Placenta
    1999;20(4):265-72.
7. Salafia CM. Placental Pathology and Perinatal Asphyxia. Chapter 8 in Asphyxia and Fetal Brain Injury, Dev
    Maulik, ed, Wiley-Liss, St. Louis MO, 1998.
8. Roberts JL, Morrow B, Vega-Rich C, Salafia CM, Nitowsky HM. Incontinentia pigmenti in a newborn male
    infant with DNA confirmation. Am J Hum Genet, 1998, 75(2):159-63.
9. Salafia CM, Pijnenborg R. Disorders of the maternal vasculature and decidua. Pathology of the Placenta:
    Contemporary Issues in Surgical Pathology, 1997, Ch. 8.
10. Salafia CM, Parke AL. Placental pathology in systemic lupus erythematosus and the phospholipid antibody
    syndrome. Rheum Dis Clin North Am, 1997, 23:85- 97.
11. Salafia CM. Placental pathology of fetal growth restriction. (Review) Clinic Obstet Gynecol, 1997, 40(4):740-
    9.
12. Sherer DM, Salafia CM. Midtrimester genetic amniocentesis of a twin gestation complicated by immediate
    severe fetal bradycardia with subsequent associated fetal anomalies. Am J Perinatol, 1996, 13(6):347-50.
13. Salafia CM, Parke AL, Starzyk KA, Ernst LM, Lopez-Zeno JA. Obstetric complications in the APL syndrome.
    The APL Syndrome, 1996.
14. Paulyson KJ, Sherer DM, Christian SL, Lewis KM, Ledbetter DH, Salafia CM, Meck JM.. Prenatal diagnosis
    of an infant with mosaic trisomy 16 of paternal origin. Prenatal Diagnosis, 1996, 16(11):1021-6.
15. Salafia CM, Mill JF. The Value of placental pathology in spontaneous prematurity. (Review) Curr. Opin.
    Obstet. Gynecol, 1996, 8(2):89-98.
16. Salafia CM, Popek EJ. Placental Pathology. Anderson‟s Pathology, Revised edition, 1995, Ch. 69.
17. Salafia CM. Placental pathology in perinatal diagnosis. Gynecology and Obstetrics, Revised edition, 1992, Ch.
    83.
18. Salafia CM, Vintzileos AM. Why all placentas should be examined by a pathologist in 1990. Am J Obstet
    Gynecol, 1990, 163:1282-93.
19. Salafia CM, Popek EJ. Inflammatory and vascular pathology of pregnancy. Gynecology and Obstetrics,
    Revised 2001, Glob. Libr. Women's Med., (ISSN: 1756-2228) 2008; DOI 10.3843/GLOWM.10152.
20. Salafia CM, Popek EJ. Mechanical pathology of pregnancy. Gynecology and Obstetrics, Revised edition, 2001,
    Glob. Libr. Women's Med., (ISSN: 1756-2228) 2008; DOI 10.3843/GLOWM.10151.
21. Salafia CM, Popek EJ. Placental development and early pregnancy pathology. Gynecology and Obstetrics,
    Revised, 2001, Glob. Libr. Women's Med., (ISSN: 1756-2228) 2008; DOI 10.3843/GLOWM.10150.
22. Salafia CM. Fetal and placental pathology in diabetic patients. Diabetes Mellitus in Pregnancy: Principles and
    Practice, 1988, Ch. 7.

D. Abstracts:

1. Gill JS, Grebenkov DS, Salafia CM, Vvedensky . DDiffusional Screening of Capillaries within Villi of the
   Human Placenta. IFPA Meeting 2010 Placenta – Fetus and Placenta: A perfect harmony. 19-22 October 2010,
   Santiago, Chile
2. Cilente J, Bush J, Salafia CM. Maternal and Perinatal Outcomes in Women with Sickle Cell Trait. . IFPA
   Meeting 2010 Placenta – Fetus and Placenta: A perfect harmony. 19-22 October 2010, Santiago, Chile
3. Shlakhter O, Yampolsky M, Salafia CM, Mandel DH. Abnormality of the placental vasculature affects
   placental thickness. . IFPA Meeting 2010 Placenta – Fetus and Placenta: A perfect harmony. 19-22 October
   2010, Santiago, Chile
4. Gill JS, Grebenkov D, Salafia CM, Misra DP, Vvedensky D. Functional Analysis of Capillaries within Villi of
   the Human Placenta: Area, Flux, and Birth Weight, Placental Weight and Gestational Age. . IFPA Meeting
   2010 Placenta – Fetus and Placenta: A perfect harmony. 19-22 October 2010, Santiago, Chile.
5. Seong R-K, Salafia CM, Vvedensky D. Statistical Topology of Placental Vasculature. . IFPA Meeting 2010
   Placenta – Fetus and Placenta: A perfect harmony. 19-22 October 2010, Santiago, Chile.

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6. Athavale P, Getreuer P, Salafia CM . Analysis of Inflammation in Regards to Distance of Neutrophil
    Migration in Histopathology Images: A Marker of Infection Severity/Duration? . IFPA Meeting 2010 Placenta
    – Fetus and Placenta: A perfect harmony. 19-22 October 2010, Santiago, Chile.
7. Florio K, Salafia CM, Gil O, Keaty K, Strickline A, Lederman S. Seasonal Variation in Pre-eclampsia in
    African Americans living in New York City: A Pilot Study. . IFPA Meeting 2010 Placenta – Fetus and
    Placenta: A perfect harmony. 19-22 October 2010, Santiago, Chile.
8. Athavale P, Salafia CM, Vese L. Villous Structural Study Based on Multilevel Registration. . IFPA Meeting
    2010 Placenta – Fetus and Placenta: A perfect harmony. 19-22 October 2010, Santiago, Chile.
9. Salafia CM, Misra DP, Charles AK, Miller RK. Advanced parental ages and placental thickness associated
    with IQ at age 7 years. . IFPA Meeting 2010 Placenta – Fetus and Placenta: A perfect harmony. 19-22 October
    2010, Santiago, Chile.
10. Heuton, K, Sanchez, B, Wang, C, Salafia, C, Misra, D, Zhang, X, Eucker, B, Thorp, J. (March 2010).
    Umbilical cords are more centrally inserted in placentas of African-American mothers. Published in J Soc
    Gynecol Investig
11. Payne, F, Porter, H, Charles, A, Salafia, C, Misra, D, Golding, J. (March 2010). Distribution of placental
    lesions in a birth cohort: Incidence and associations of acute inflammation. Published in J Soc Gynecol
    Investig
12. Payne, F, Porter, H, Charles, A, Misra, D, Salafia, C. (March 2010). Distribution of placental lesions in a birth
    cohort: Incidence and associations of placental infracts. Published in J Soc Gynecol Investig
13. Salafia, C, Misra, D, Troxler, L, Mandel, D, Yampolsky, M. (March 2010). Thickness as a predictor of β, the
    allometric scaling coefficient relating birth and placental weight. Published in J Soc Gynecol Investig
14. Salafia, C, Mandel, D, Troxler, L, Charles, A, Misra, D. (March 2010). Does thickness predict BW or fetal
    growth (adjusting for gestational age) overall and after controlling for placental weight? Published in J Soc
    Gynecol Investig
15. Schwartz N, Salafia CM, Timor-Tritsch IE.: Performing an in utero placental pathology examination at 11-14
    weeks gestation. Oral Presentation, 18th Annual World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology,
    August 2008.
16. Schwartz N, Coletta J, Keeler SM, Caraballo O, Salafia CM, Timor-Tritsch IE.: Novel 3-D ultrasound analysis
    of the early placenta predicts fetal growth. Poster Presentation, Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine Annual
    Meeting, February 2009
17. Schwartz N, Coletta J, Mandell D, Sottile M, Timor-Tritsch IE, Salafia CM. Placenta vascularization potential
    is already partly determined by 11-14 weeks. Poster Presentation, Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine Annual
    Meeting, February 2009.
18. Keeler SM, Kiefer DG, Rust OA, Bornstein E, Sottile M, Salafia C. A novel method of assessing cervical
    collagen integrity using image segmentation analysis. Poster presentation at the Society of Maternal-Fetal
    Medicine, Annual Meeting 2009.
19. Keeler SM, Kiefer DG, Rust OA, Schwartz N, Sottile M, Salafia C. Collagen integrity of the uterine cervix
    reflects amniotic fluid cytokine profile. Poster presentation at the Society of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Annual
    Meeting 2009.
20. Schwartz N, Colleta J, Keeler SM, Caraballo O, Timor-Tritsch IE, Salafia C. Novel 3D ultrasound analysis of
    the early placenta predicts fetal growth. Poster presentation at the Society of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Annual
    Meeting 2009.
21. Chireau MV, Crosslin D, Hauser E, Olshan A, Zheng S, Salafia C, Thorp J. Polymorphisms in Endothelial
    Function Genes are Associated with Pregnancy Outcome in Multi-Ethnic North Carolina Sample. Presented at
    the 50th Annual Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine Meeting, Poster Session, February 2008.
22. Chireau MV, Crosslin D, Hauser E, Olshan A, Zheng S, Salafia C, Thorp J. Endothelial Function Gene
    Polymorphisms are Associated with Pregnancy Outcomes, Independent of Placental Vascular Disease.
    Presented at the 50th Annual Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine Meeting, Poster Session, February 2008.
23. Adair, CD, Lin, ZQ, Richards, S, Miller, RK, Misra, D, Duthie, B, Mason, L. (March 2006). Human placental
    arsenic levels are associated with low birth weight. Society for Gynecologic Investigation, Toronto, Canada.
    Published in JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR GYNECOLOGIC INVESTIGATION 13 (2): 198A-198A
    408 Suppl. S, FEB 2006

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24. Salafia, C, Adair, CD, Miller, RK, Misra, D, Burdy-Shaw, C, Richards, S, Mason, L, Charles, A. (March
    2006). Reduced chorionic vascular “fit” is correlated with shortened gestation and reduced observed/expected
    birth weight ratio. Society for Gynecologic Investigation, Toronto, Canada. Published in JOURNAL OF THE
    SOCIETY FOR GYNECOLOGIC INVESTIGATION 13 (2): 90A-90A 79 Suppl. S, FEB 2006.
25. Salafia CM, Zhang J, Charles AK, Pezzullo, JC, Bresnahan M. Placental growth and fetal growth:
    Relationships of placental growth measures and birthweight. Presented at the 45th Teratology Society Annual
    Meeting, Platform Session 9, June 2005.
26. Salafia CM, Zhang J, Charles AK, Pezzullo, JC, Bresnahan M. Nonlinear modeling of umbilical cord length:
    associations suggest fetal/placental growth balance may vary with cord length. Presented at the 45th Teratology
    Society Annual Meeting, Platform Session 9, June 2005.
27. Salafia CM, Zhang J, Charles AK, Pezzullo, JC, Bresnahan M. Cord centrality affects placental functional
    efficiency. Presented at the 45th Teratology Society Annual Meeting, Platform Session 9, June 2005.
28. Poggi S, Leak N, Ghidini A, Hodor J, Meck J, Salafia C. Meconium staining of placenta may be later than
    conventionally thought. Presented at the 24th Annual Meeting, Society of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, January
    2004.
29. Ghidini A, Salafia CM. Clinical correlates of chronic placental inflammation in severe prematurity. Presented
    at the 50th Annual Meeting, Society for Gynecologic Investigation, March 2003
30. Salafia CM, Ernst LM, Ghidini A, Parkash V, Pijnenborg R. Why is the cord eccentric? Placental pathology of
    asymmetric placental growth in extreme PTD? Presented at the 50 th Annual Meeting, Society for Gynecologic
    Investigation, March 2003
31. Salafia CM, Ernst LM, Ghidini A, Parkash V, Pijnenborg R. Abnormal placental growth patterns in preterm
    birth: correlations with principal indications for delivery and major placental pathology type. Presented at the
    50th Annual Meeting, Society for Gynecologic Investigation, March 2003
32. Salafia CM, Ernst LM, Parkash V, Ghidini A, Pezzullo JC Fetal and placental growth patterns in extreme PTD:
    timing implications of fetal growth restriction. Presented at the 50 th Annual Meeting, Society for Gynecologic
    Investigation, March 2003
33. Salafia CM, Castillo W, Espinosa B, Gross S, Ghidini A, Crane M. Elevated MSAFP and MSHCG in HIV+
    pregnancies: A relationship with fetal growth restriction? Presented at the 50 th Annual Meeting, Society for
    Gynecologic Investigation, March 2003
34. Locatelli A, Ghidini A, Salafia CM, Roncaglia N, Camerini I, Cappellini A. Placental pathology in gestational
    cholestasis. Presented at the 25th Annual Meeting, Society of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, February 2005.
35. Moretti M, Abouzeid A, Pullano J, Katz S, Pezzullo JC, Ghidini A, Salafia CM: Maternal vascular and
    endothelial function in untreated preeclamptic pregnancy. Presented at the 22th Annual Meeting, Society of
    Maternal-Fetal Medicine, January 2002.
36. Moretti M, Abouzeid A, Pullano J, Katz S, Ghidini A, Pezzullo JC, Salafia CM: Maternal vascular and
    endothelial function in uncomplicated diabetic pregnancy. Presented at the 22th Annual Meeting, Society of
    Maternal-Fetal Medicine, January 2002.
37. Ghidini A, Salafia CM, Patane L. Sexual origin of placental dysfunction in severe prematurity. Presented at the
    19th Annual Meeting, Society of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, February, 2001.
38. Ghidini A, Salafia CM, Silberman L, Patane L. Preterm PROM and placental abruptio. Presented at the 19 th
    Annual Meeting, Society of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, February, 2001.
39. Ghidini A, Salafia CM, Patane L. Preterm preeclampsia with fetal growth restriction is a more severe disease
    than preterm preeclampsia alone. Presented at the 19th Annual Meeting, Society of Maternal-Fetal Medicine,
    February, 2001.
40. Ghidini A, Salafia CM, Patane L. Uteroplacental insufficiency: Does the presence of associated villous lesions
    make a difference? Presented at the 19th Annual Meeting, Society of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, February, 2001.
41. Ghidini A, Salafia CM, Patane L. Histologic placental lesions in women with recurrent preterm delivery.
    Presented at the 19th Annual Meeting, Society of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, February, 2001.
42. Salafia CM. Infant mortality and cardiovascular disease. Rochester Trophoblast Meeting, International
    Federation of Placental Organizations. Rochester NY, 2000.
43. Salafia CM, Moretti M, Starzyk K, Bagiella E. Ethics of a randomized doubleblinded trial for recurrent
    miscarriages: stopping rules in clinical practice. Rochester Trophoblast Meeting, International Federation of
    Placental Organizations. Rochester NY, 2000.
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44. Odom L, Barker A, Cleveland J, Salafia CM. Systemic arterial dysfunction and subfertility/recurrent
    miscarriage: Preliminary report of a case-control study.‟ Rochester Trophoblast Meeting, International
    Federation of Placental Organizations. Rochester NY, 2000.
45. Selam B, Lembet A, Berkowitz RL, Salafia CM. Can chronic inflammatory lesions in the placentas of
    multifetal pregnancy reduction be associated with shortened gestational age. American Society for
    Reproductive Immunology Annual Meeting, 1998.
46. Scher J, Salazar C, Salafia CM. Clinical experience in IVIgG therapy in IVF pregnancies: Report of 30
    consecutive patients. American Society for Reproductive Immunology Annual Meeting, 1998.
47. Paidas MJ, Dijkstra K, Salafia CM, Lee MJ, Kim D, Kuczynski E, Funai E, Lockwood CJ. Elevated levels of
    plasma P-selectin are found in women destined to develop preeclampsia. Society for Gynecologic Investigation
    Annual Meeting, 1998.
48. Reznik S, Salafia CM, Fricker L. Endopeptidase converting enzyme-1 (ECE-1) in the placenta. Society for
    Gynecologic Investigation Annual Meeting, 1998.
49. Gabinskaya T, Salafia CM, Holzman IR, Weintraub AS. Gestational age-dependent extravillous
    cytotrophoblast osteopontin immunolocalization in the basal plate and uteroplacental vasculature. Society for
    Gynecologic Investigation Annual Meeting, 1998.
50. Selam B, Berkowitz RL, Salafia CM. The heterogeneity of placental pathology in preeclampsia: implications
    for clinical research? American Society for Reproductive Immunology Annual Meeting, 1998.
51. Gaddipati S, Lembet A, Salafia CM, Holzman IR, Berkowitz RL, Bottone E. Meconium enhances the growth
    of perinatal pathogens known to cause intraamniotic infection. Society for Gynecologic Investigation Annual
    Meeting, 1998.
52. Reznik S, Salafia CM, Fricker L. Metallocarboxypeptidases in the placenta. Society for Gynecologic
    Investigation Annual Meeting, 1998.
53. Gabinskaya T, Weintraub AS, Holzman IR, Salafia CM. Osteopontin (OPN) immunolocalization in human
    cytotrophoblast differentiates between normal and growth restricted fetuses in the context of uteroplacental
    vascular pathology. Society for Gynecologic Investigation Annual Meeting, 1998.
54. Weintraub AS, Gabinskaya T, Kalir T, Holzman IR, Salafia CM. Osteopontin/eta-1 is immunolocalized to both
    interstitial and endovascular trophoblast in the first trimester implantation site. American Society for
    Reproductive Immunology Annual Meeting, 1998.
55. Logdberg L, Badve S, Berggard T, Reznik S, Akerstrom B, Salafia CM. Placental alpha1-microglobulin
    expression: a part of the „placental sponge‟ at sites of syncytial injury. American Society for Reproductive
    Immunology Annual Meeting, 1998.
56. Burger N, Kim D, Mozzafarian N, Salafia CM, Berman JW. Placental MIP-alpha (gene expression and)
    distribution varies with gestational age and clinical indication for preterm birth. American Society for
    Reproductive Immunology Annual Meeting, 1998.
57. Guller S, Ma Y, Runic R, LaChapelle L, Salafia CM, Lockwood CJ. Tumor necrosis factor (TNF)- alpha
    mediated regulation of Fas ligand (FasL) expression in human cytotrophoblast: A potential role in placental
    immune privilege. Society for Gynecologic Investigation Annual Meeting, 1998.
58. Vecera K, Salafia CM, Pezzullo JC, Popek E, Shehata B. Within the normal range, nRBC count is closely
    correlated with fetoplacental oxygenation? Society for Gynecologic Investigation Annual Meeting, 1998.
59. Sherer DM, Salafia CM. Chronic Intrauterine Bleeding and Fetal Growth Restriction in Prematurity. Society
    of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1997.
60. Robinson H, Shehata B, Salafia CM. Chronic Placental Pathology and Perinatal Asphyxia. Society of Perinatal
    Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1997.
61. Salafia CM, Ghidini A, Stone J, Minior VK, Pezzullo JC. Do antenatal steroids affect placental
    histopathology? Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1997.
62. Salafia CM, Mill JF, Pezzullo JC, Ghidini A. Does the distribution of tissue factor (tf) in the placenta vary in
    the context of fetal growth restriction and/or preeclampsia? Society for Gynecologic Investigation Annual
    Meeting, 1997.
63. Salafia CM, Ghidini A, Pezzullo JC. The (Lack Of) Effect Of Labor On Placental Histopathology In
    Prematurity. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1997.



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64. Salafia CM, Mill JF, Pezzullo JC, Ghidini A. Placental localization of tissue plasminogen activator (tpa) in
    the placenta: does it vary in the context of fetal growth restriction and/or preeclampsia? Society for
    Gynecologic Investigation Annual Meeting, 1997.
65. Salafia CM, Holzman I. Meconium Aspiration Syndrome: Placental Pathology and Respiratory Disease.
    Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1997.
66. Sherer DM, Spong CY, Salafia CM, Ghidini A, Minior VK. Amniotic fluid volume in preterm rupture of
    membranes: Association with fetal presentation and incidence of clinical and histologic evidence of infection.
    Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
67. Salafia CM, Silberman L. Chronic placental lesions in cases of preterm labor delivering at term. Society of
    Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
68. Salafia CM, Divon MY, Minior VK. Chronic villitis: A process through which uteroplacental pathology is
    related to intraplacental vascular damage? Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
69. Salafia CM, Spong CY, Minior VK, Sherer DM. The combination of severe fetal heart rate variable
    decelerations and decreased variability are associated with elevated initial nucleated RBC values in preterm
    newborns. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
70. Salafia CM, Minior VK, Pezzullo JC, Ghidini A, Sherer DM, Ernst LM. Components of the biophysical profile
    score in the prediction of histological acute ascending infection in premature rupture of the membranes
    (PROM) delivered at < 32 weeks gestation. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
71. Salafia CM, Divon M, Minior V, Pezzullo J. Correlation of comprehensive placental pathology with umbilical
    artery Doppler studies in growth-retarded fetuses. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
72. Ghidini A, Salafia CM, Minior VK. Does the prevalence of histologic intrauterine infection in preterm PROM
    increase with the duration of the interval to delivery? Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
73. Mill JF, Keasler S, Salafia CM, Starzyk KA, Verburg M. Expression of oxytocin and oxytocin receptor in
    amnion, chorion, basal and chorionic plates at term in spontaneous and induced labor. Society of Perinatal
    Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
74. Mill JF, Keasler S, Salafia CM, Starzyk KA, Verburg M. Expression of oxytocin receptor in amnion, chorion
    and chorionic plates in premature labor: Effects of inflammation. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual
    Meeting, 1996.
75. Spong CY, Sherer DM, Salafia CM, Ghidini A, Minior VK. Fetal breathing movements within 24 hours of
    delivery in prematurity are related to histologic and clinical evidence of amnionitis. Society of Perinatal
    Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
76. Marley E, Salafia CM, Lencki S, Eglinton GS, Parkash V, Lage JM. Fetal serum cytokine levels are correlated
    with presence or severity of histologic acute intrauterine inflammation. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians
    Annual Meeting, 1996.
77. Salafia CM, Minior VK, Pezzullo JC, Spong CY, Sherer DM, Ghidini A. Histologic acute intrauterine
    inflammation versus clinical chorioamnionitis: Which best predicts neonatal sepsis. Society of Perinatal
    Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
78. Sherer DM, Salafia CM, Spong CY, Minior VK. In deliveries < 32 weeks, breech presentation is associated
    with an increased incidence of intrauterine growth restriction. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual
    Meeting, 1996.
79. Salafia CM, Minior VK, Pezzullo JC, Ghidini A, Ernst LM, Sherer DM. In premature rupture of membranes
    and preterm labor neonatal nucleated erythrocyte number (nRBCs) is related to histologic acute inflammation
    and not to placental markers of hypoxia. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
80. Sherer DM, Spong CY, Ghidini A, Salafia CM, Minior VK. In preterm fetuses decreased amniotic fluid
    volume is associated with decreased fetal movements. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting,
    1996.
81. Salafia CM, López-Zeno J, Starzyk KA, Whittington SS, Minior V, Pezzullo J. In preterm preeclampsia,
    patterns of placental pathology are associated with specific maternal and fetal/neonatal characteristics. Society
    of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
82. Salafia CM, Mill J, Starzyk KA, Ossandon M, Spicer D, Lester C. Increased interleukin-1-alpha (IL-1-a)
    immunoreactivity in basal cytotrophoblast related to histologic acute intraamniotic infection. Society of
    Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.

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83. Salafia CM, Mill JF, Starzyk KA, Ossandon M, Spicer D, Lester C. Interleukin-6: Placental immunoreactivity
    is primarily leukocyte-associated in acute inflammation, but is synthesized by cytotrophoblast independent of
    acute inflammation. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
84. Salafia CM, Mill JF, Starzyk KA, Ossandon M, Spicer D, Lester C. Interleukin-6 receptor synthesis: Down-
    regulated by acute inflammation in amnion, chorion, decidua and villi and in spontaneous labor in the basal
    plate. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
85. Salafia CM, Baylis C, Pezzullo JC, Minior VK, Mill JF, Ghidini A. Intrauterine anatomy in pregnant rats
    treated with nitric oxide synthase inhibitors. Society for Gynecologic Investigation Annual Meeting, 1996.
86. Salafia CM, Pezzullo JC, Spong CY, Ghidini A. Kinetics of nucleated erythrocyte number (nRBCs) in
    neonatal circulation in the first day of life are related to underlying pathophysiology of nRBC release in
    preterm birth. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
87. Salafia CM, Starzyk KA, Ossandon M, Vercruysse L, Parkash V, Lage J, Pijnenborg R. Lipoprotein(a)
    deposition in the uteroplacental bed distinguishes normal and preeclamptic pregnancies. Society of Perinatal
    Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
88. Salafia CM, Starzyk KA, Ossandon M, Vercruysse L, Parkash V, Lage J, Pijnenborg R. Lipoprotein(a) in
    distal (basal plate) uteroplacental vessels: High level expression associated with non-hypertensive prematurity.
    Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
89. Salafia CM, Starzyk KA, Lage J, Ossandon M, Vercruysse L, Parkash V, Spong CY, Pijnenborg R.
    Lipoprotein (a) in spiral arteries at term and after placental delivery: Can involution-related processes begin
    before parturition? Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
90. Salafia CM, Mill JF, Ossandon M, Starzyk KA. Markers of regulation of apoptosis and cell proliferation in
    preterm and term placental villi. Platform presentation, Society for Gynecologic Investigation Annual Meeting,
    1996.
91. Salafia CM, Minior VK, Pezzullo JC, Ernst LM, Ghidini A, Sherer DM. Neonatal nucleated erythrocytes in
    preterm preeclampsia mark fetal acidosis and placental ischemia. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual
    Meeting, 1996.
92. Awaloei H, Lyden TW, Salafia CM, Silberman L, Rote NS. Phosphatidylserine-dependent antigens as markers
    for placental pathology. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
93. Salafia CM, López-Zeno JA, Minior VK, Pezzullo JC, Ghidini A, Spong C, Ernst LM. 'Preeclamptic
    uteroplacental pathology is associated with increased maternal mean blood pressure in spontaneous
    prematurity. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
94. Starzyk KA, Salafia CM, Vercruysse L, Lage JM, Pezzullo JC, Pijnenborg R. Quantitative vascular changes of
    the uteroplacental anatomy in placental bed biopsy define preeclampsia. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians
    Annual Meeting, 1996.
95. Salafia CM, Ghidini A, Minior VK. Repeated courses of steroids to enhance fetal lung maturity in preterm
    PROM do not increase the risk of histologic chorioamnionitis Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual
    Meeting, 1996.
96. Spong CY, Salafia CM, Sherer DM, Ghidini A, Minior VK. Severe fetal heart rate variable decelerations are
    associated with umbilical vasculitis / histologic amnionitis in preterm infants. Society of Perinatal
    Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
97. Salafia CM, Mill JF, Ossandon M, Starzyk KA. Survey of apoptosis and cell proliferation markers in the basal
    plate. Society for Gynecologic Investigation Annual Meeting, 1996.
98. Salafia CM, Mill JF, Starzyk KA, Ossandon M, Keasler S, Spicer D, Lester C. Tumor necrosis factor-alpha
    synthesis and immunoreactivity in basal cytotrophoblast may be an inflammation-independent part of normal
    parturition. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
99. Salafia CM, Divon MY, Mill JF, Spong CY, Sherer DM, Jenkins CB, Minior VK. Umbilical artery
    anastomosis: Revisiting an old axiom. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
100.     Salafia CM, Ghidini A, Minior VK. Uterine allergy is not a cause of preterm birth. Society of Perinatal
    Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1996.
101.     Salafia CM, Sherer DM, Vintzileos Am, Minior VK, Romero R. Histologic evidence of abnormal depth of
    trophoblast invasion is more frequent in prematurity. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1995.



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102.    Salafia CM, Vintzileos AM, Whittington SS, Minior VK, Sherer DM, Romero R. Histologic evidence of
    old intrauterine bleeding is more frequent in prematurity. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting,
    1995.
103.    Salafia CM, Ernst L, Vintzileos AM, Rosenkrantz T, Minior V, Kamens C. Placental and neonatal
    associations with early intraventricular hemorrhage in infants born < 32 weeks gestation. Society of Perinatal
    Obstetricians, January 1994. (Poster Presentation).
104.    Salafia CM, Pezzullo, Vintzileos AM, Romero R. Placental histology in individual cases of spontaneous
    premature delivery is heterogeneous. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1995.
105.    Salafia CM, Parke A. Placental pathology in the phospholipid antibody syndrome and systemic lupus
    erythematosus. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1995.
106.    Salafia CM, Cowchock FS. Placental pathology in treated and untreated women with antiphospholipid
    antibodies. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1995.
107.    Salafia CM, Pezzullo JC, Vintzileos AM, Minior VK, Romero R. Placental pathology of preterm labor and
    preterm membrane rupture <32 weeks are qualitatively similar but quantitatively different. Society of Perinatal
    Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1995.
108.    Salafia CM, Pezzullo JC, Vintzileos AM, Minior VK, Romero R. Preterm preeclampsia has major
    pathology distinct from uteroplacental insufficiency. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual Meeting, 1995.
109.    Salafia CM, Sherer DM, Vintzileos AM, Pezzullo JC, Minior VK, Romero R. Relationship between
    placental histology and umbilical cord blood gases in preterm gestations. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians
    Annual Meeting, 1995.
110.    Salafia CM, Pezzullo JC, Vintzileos AM, Minior VK, Romero R. Relationship of placenta lesions and fetal
    growth in prematurity: Does preeclampsia make a difference? Society of Perinatal Obstetricians Annual
    Meeting, 1995.
111.    Salafia CM, Ernst L, Pezzullo J, Vintzileos AM, Rosenkrantz T, Minior VK, Kamens C. Maternal and
    placental associations with early intraventricular hemorrhage in infants born at < 32 weeks gestation. Society
    of Perinatal Obstetricians, January 1994. (Poster Presentation).
112.    Salafia CM, Hardy G, Wahl C, Foye G, Kamens C, AM Vintzileos. Cervicovaginal fibronectin levels:
    Clinical and placental correlations. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, February 1993. (Poster Presentation)
113.    Salafia CM, Kamens C, Ernst L, Wolf EJ, Vintzileos AM, Rosenkrantz T. Early intraventricular
    hemorrhage in very low birthweight infants: Clinical factors and placental pathology. Society for Pediatric
    Pathology, March 1993. (Poster Presentation)
114.    Ernst LM, Salafia CM, Carter AM. Hepatic histology in intrauterine growth retardation following uterine
    artery ligation in the guinea pig. International Union of Physiological Sciences, August 1993. (Poster
    Presentation).
115.    Salafia CM, Kamens C, Ernst L, Wolf EJ, Vintzileos AM, Rosenkrantz J. Intraventricular hemorrhage in
    very low birth weight infants: Clinical factors and placental pathology. Plenary Platform Presentation, Society
    of Perinatal Obstetricians, February 1993.
116.    Salafia CM, McMahon M, Mainolfi E, Kelly J, Rothlein R. Midtrimester amniotic fluid levels of adhesion
    molecule-1: Relations to prematurity and growth retardation. Platform Presentation, Society of Perinatal
    Obstetricians, February 1993.
117.    Salafia CM, Levesque D, Vintzileos AM, Egan JFX, Tsapanos V. Placental pathology in discordant twins.
    Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, (Poster Presentation), 1993.
118.    Salafia CM, Haynes NA, Vogel CA, Rothlein R. A cell adhesion molecule (ICAM-1) is induced on villous
    trophoblast in chronic villitis. The American Society for Immunology of Reproduction, June 1992.
119.    Salafia CM, Fant ME, Baxter RC, Cooley N, Vogel CA, Moya FR. Circulating levels of IGFs and IGF
    binding proteins in human cord serum: Relationship to intrauterine growth. The Endocrine Society, March
    1992.
120.    Burns JP, Bitta D, Ligig CR, Piotrowski L, Santos M, Huntley J , Salafia CM, Foye G. Cytogenetic results
    from control chorionic villous biopsy specimens. Danbury Hospital Research Day, April 1992.
121.    Salafia CM, Vogel CA, Johnson W, Ernst LM, Wolf E. Defective placentation in idiopathic prematurity:
    the relationships of specific decidual and villous lesions to clinical indications and gestational age. Fifth
    International Congress of Reproductive Immunology, September 1992.

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122.     Salafia CM, Vogel CA, Pezzullo J, Lentner M, Mainolfi E, Burns JP, Phillipson E, Rothlein R, Silberman
    L. Elevated levels of MSAFP and cICAM-1 in amniotic fluid at 16 weeks may mark early intrauterine
    inflammation. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, February 1992. (Poster Presentation), The American Society
    for Immunology of Reproduction, June 1992. (Platform)
123.     Salafia CM, Haynes N, Vogel CA, Rothlein R. ICAM-1 and HLA-RD expression in chronic villitis:
    differential focal upregulation in stroma and trophoblast. Fifth International Congress of Reproductive
    Immunology, September 1992. (Poster Presentation).
124.     Salafia CM, Vogel CA, Pezzullo J, Lentner M, Mainolfi E, Burns JP, Swift P, Silberman L, Rothlein R. Is
    preterm labor an inflammatory process? Amniotic fluid cICAM-1 levels are elevated in preterm labor. Society
    of Perinatal Obstetricians. February, 1992. (Poster Presentation).
125.     Salafia CM, Vogel CA, Beer A, Silberman L, Foye G. Late fetal death: histologic and serologic evidence
    of immunopathology. Fifth International Congress of Reproductive Immunology, September 1992. (Poster
    Presentation).
126.     Salafia CM, Beer A, Maier D, Vogel CA, Ernst LM, Wegner E. The pathology of recurrent abortion
    diagnosed as of immunologic etiology. Fifth International Congress of Reproductive Immunology, September
    1992.
127.     Salafia CM, Vogel CA, Easterling TE, Carlson KC, Brateng B. Placental pathology and maternal
    hemodynamics in hypertensive pregnancies. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, February 1992. (Poster
    Presentation).
128.     Parke AL, Salafia CM, Ernst L, Wilson D, Maier D. Placental pathology in patients with phospholipid
    antibodies. Fifth International Symposium on Antiphospholipid Antibodies, April 1992.
129.     Salafia CM, Ernst LE, Johnson W, Vogel CA, Wolf E. The placental pathology of non-hypertensive
    growth restriction in very low birth weight infants. The American Society for Immunology of Reproduction,
    June 1992.
130.     Salafia CM, Ernst LE, Johnson W, Vogel CA, Wolf E. The placental pathology of the very low birth
    weight infant: I. Distribution according to maternal indications for delivery. The American Society for
    Immunology of Reproduction, June 1992.
131.     Salafia CM, Fant ME, Baxter RC, Schwander J, Cooley N, Osorio M, Moya FR. The relationship of IGFs
    and IGF Binding proteins to human fetal and placental growth. The American Pediatric Society, The Society
    for Pediatric Research, March 1992.
132.     Salafia CM, Vogel CA, Silberman L, Swift P, Rothlein R, Mainolfi EA, Lentner M, McGrade S, Dunbar S.
    Serologic abnormalities in acute and chronic intrauterine inflammation. The Society for Pediatric Pathology,
    March 1992.
133.     Salafia CM, Vogel CA, Burns JP, Maier D, Pezzullo J. Villous and decidual pathology in non-habitual
    pregnancy loss: Correlations with karyotype. The American Society for Immunology of Reproduction, June
    1992.
134.     Salafia CM, Ernst LM, Vogel CA, Wegner E, Maier D. The villous and decidual pathology of recurrent
    spontaneous abortion. Fifth International Congress of Reproductive Immunology, September 1992.
135.     Salafia CM, Vosseller CM, Vogel CA. Acute infection and decidual vasculopathy in preterm PROM.
    Society of Pediatric Pathology, March 1991. (Poster presentation).
136.     Salafia CM, Vintzileos AM, Vogel CA, Bantham KF, Pezzullo J, Silberman L. Placental pathology of
    idiopathic preterm birth. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, January 1991.
137.     Hsieh K, Rotmensch S, Vogel CA, Silberman L, Salafia CM. Placental vascular alterations in women of
    advanced maternal age. Society of Pediatric Pathology, March 1991. (Poster presentation).
138.     Potter NT, Kosuda L, Bigazzi PE, Fleming AD, Vintzileos AM, Homon C, Salafia CM. Relationships
    among cytokines (IL-1, TNF and IL-8) and histologic markers of acute ascending intrauterine infection.
    Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, January 1991. (Slide presentation)
139.     Fleming AD, Salafia CM, Vintzileos AM, Rodis JF, Campbell WA, Bantham KF. The relationships among
    umbilical arterial velocimetry, fetal biophysical profile and placental inflammation in preterm premature
    rupture of the membranes. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, January 1991. (Poster presentation)
140.     Herman AA, Carey JC, Murray J, Salafia CM. Acute placental inflammation and perinatal mortality.
    Epidemiology Society, 1990.

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141.    Salafia CM, Vintzileos AM, Silberman L. Chronic placental inflammation (chronic villitis) is associated
    with preterm labor in the absence of histologic evidence of acute chorioamnionitis. Society of Perinatal
    Obstetricians, January 1990, Society of Pediatric Pathology, March 1990, New England Perinatal Society,
    February 1990.
142.    Salafia CM, Burns JP, Vintzileos AM, Silberman L. The correlation of placental and decidual histology
    with karyotype and fetal viability. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians (SPO), January 1990.
143.    Boctor FN, Salafia CM, Horak E, Wong SHY. Measurement of cocaine metabolites in meconium.
    Association of Clinical Scientists Spring Meeting, May 1990.
144.    Salafia CM, Vintzileos AM, Silberman L. Placental pathology of idiopathic intrauterine growth retardation
    (IUGR) at term. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, January 1990, New England Perinatal Society, February
    1990.
145.    Salafia CM, Vintzileos AM, Silberman L. The Placental pathology of idiopathic preterm labor and delivery
    changes with gestational age. Association of Clinical Scientists 1990 Spring Meeting, May 1990.
146.    Salafia CM, Vintzileos AM, Silberman L. Preterm delivery: Correlations of fetal growth and placental
    pathology. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, January 1990, New England Perinatal Society, February 1990.
147.    Fleming AD, Salafia CM, Vintzileos AM, Rodis JF, Campbell WA, Bantham KF. The relationships among
    umbilical arterial velocimetry, fetal biophysical profile and placental inflammation in preterm premature
    rupture of the membranes. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, January 1990, New England Perinatal Society,
    February 1990.
148.    Salafia CM, Silberman L. Abnormal fetal growth patterns in preterm delivery; correlations with placental
    pathology. Teratology Society Meeting, June 1989.
149.    Cullen MT, Green J, Whetham J, Salafia CM, Gabrelli S, Hobbins JC. Antenatal diagnosis of congenital
    anomalies in the first trimester. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, February 1989.
150.    Salafia CM, Weigl CA, Herman AA, Silberman L. Chronic villitis and hemorrhagic endovasculitis and
    poor pregnancy outcome in a low-risk population 2nd International Trophoblast Conference, Rolduc, The
    Netherlands, 1989.
151.    Salafia CM, Haynes N, Merluzzi VJ, Rothlein R. The distribution of ICAM-1 within decidua and placenta,
    and gestational age-associated changes. American Society for the Immunology of Reproduction, June 1989,
    Teratology Society Meeting, June 1989, Third Meeting of the European Placenta Group, September 1989,
    Society of Pediatric Pathology, March, 1990.
152.    Salafia CM, Xenophon J, Lerer T, Silberman L. Fetal growth and placental pathology in maternal
    hypertensive diseases. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, February 1989, 11th Rochester Trophoblast
    Conference and the European Placenta Group, October 1988.
153.    Salafia CM, Silberman L. Fetal growth patterns in preterm delivery: Correlations with placental pathology.
    Society for Pediatric Pathology, March 1989.
154.    Salafia CM, Silberman L. Maternal and placental characteristics of growth retarded and non-growth
    retarded infants at term. American Society for Immunology of Reproduction, 1989, Third Meeting, European
    Placenta Group, September 1989.
155.    Salafia CM, Silberman L. Placental pathology of preterm deliveries: acute inflammation, placental
    vascular disease and chronic placental inflammation. Society for Pediatric Pathology, March 1989.
156.    Salafia CM, Lerer T, Silberman L. Relationships among maternal smoking, placental pathology and feto-
    neonatal compromise. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, February 1989, 11th Rochester Trophoblast
    Conference and the European Placenta Group, October 1988.
157.    Salafia CM, Mangam HE, Weigl CA, Foye GJ, Silberman L. Abnormal Fetal Heart Rate Patterns and
    Placental Inflammation. Society of Perinatal Obstetricians, February 1988.
158.    Salafia CM, Herman AA, Weigl CA. The correlation of placental morphology with karyotype in early
    pregnancy loss Podium Presentation, Endocrinology and Metabolism in Human Reproduction-Implantation,
    Guy's Hospital, London, England, March 1987.
159.    Goldstein J, Buckley PJ, Salafia CM. Distribution of monocyte-macrophage markers in the human
    placenta. Society for Pediatric Pathology, March 1987.
160.    Salafia CM, Weigl CA, Mangam HE, Herman AA, Foye GJ, Lockwood C. Gestational age assessment in
    the first trimester using erythrocyte morphology. Society for Pediatric Pathology, March 1987.

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161.    Salafia CM, Weigl CA, Herman AA, Silberman L. The Incidence and distribution of extraplacental
    membrane inflammation in uncomplicated term gestations. Society for Pediatric Pathology, October 1986.
162.    Salafia CM, Taylor B, Beer AE, Blanc WA. Immunoperoxidase localization of IgM, IgG, C3c, and C1q:
    applications in placental pathology 3rd International Congress of Reproductive Immunology, July 1986.
163. Salafia CM, Mahoney MJ, Silberman L, Herrera NE. Unexplained elevations of maternal serum alpha-
    fetoprotein and intrauterine growth retardation. Correlations with placental pathology. Society for Pediatric
    Pathology, March 1986.




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