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Carlye Chaney is a biosocial anthropologist who examines the interaction between biology, ecology, and culture in relation to reproductive health and development. Her ongoing research investigates environmental exposure disparities, with a particular focus on exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals during childhood and adolescence. Using both quantitative and qualitative approaches, her work aims to understand who experiences negative consequences from environmental contaminants, how climate change influences exposure, and what we can do to create a more equitable future.