Carol Sloan, M.S.
Chapel Hill, NC
Carol Sloan has worked, taught, and published in the areas of endocrinology and reproductive biology for more than 40 years and has extensive experience with hormone assays andandrology evaluations. Carol also worked for more than 15 years in reproductive toxicology. She was the Director of the Trasnsgenic Facilities at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) for more than four years.
For 16 years, Carol was the Director of Andrology and Human In Vitro Fertilization Laboratories in obstetrics/gynecology departments at UNC. In 1998, she joined the Laboratory of Reproductive and Endocrine Toxicology in the Center for Life Sciences and Toxicology at RTI International (RTI) as a Research Toxicologist. Until her retireent in 2014, Carol managed this laboratory, which performs an array of endocrine and reproductive toxicity testing procedures. Carol has been a Study Director on Adult Male and Hershberger studies for the American Chemistry Council and for more than five in vivo and in vitro studies for EPA’s Endocrine Disruptor Screening Program (EDSP), as a subcontractor to Battelle Memorial Laboratories.
Carol has designed and supervised studies involving various routes of drug administration including intrauterine and blastocyst microinjection. And she has experience measuring study outcomes by various toxicological and teratological parameters, hormonal assays, and manual and automated sperm assessments. She most recently worked to validate testing methods and develop new in vitro testing procedures for animal and human reproductive and endocrine parameters for toxicology and risk assessment. Carol received her M.S. in physiology and biochemistry from Purdue University.