Genomic Epidemiology of Complex Disease: The Need for an Electronic Evidence-based Approach to Research Synthesis
A Network of Investigator Networks in Human Genome Epidemiology
Large Meta-Analysis Establishes the ACE Insertion-Deletion Polymorphism as a Marker of Alzheimer's Disease
Statins and Prostate Cancer Risk: A Case-Control Study
Lung Cancer and Indoor Pollution from Heating and Cooking with Solid Fuels
The Effect of Trihalomethane and Haloacetic Acid Exposure on Fetal Growth in a Maryland County
A Comparison of Risk Factors for Wheeze and Recurrent Cough in Preschool Children
Helicobacter pylori Infection in Different Generations of Hispanics in the San Francisco Bay Area
A Dynamic Model of Poliomyelitis Outbreaks: Learning from the Past to Help Inform the Future
Fasting Whole Blood as a Biomarker of Essential Fatty Acid Intake in Epidemiologic Studies: Comparison with Adipose Tissue and Plasma
An Application of Model-Fitting Procedures for Marginal Structural Models
RE: “HOW MANY FOODBORNE OUTBREAKS OF SALMONELLA INFECTION OCCURRED IN FRANCE IN 1995? APPLICATION OF THE CAPTURE-RECAPTURE METHOD TO THREE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS”
RE: “HOW MANY FOODBORNE OUTBREAKS OF SALMONELLA INFECTION OCCURRED IN FRANCE IN 1995? APPLICATION OF THE CAPTURE-RECAPTURE METHOD TO THREE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS”
RE: “ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION, BINGE DRINKING, AND EARLY CORONARY CALCIFICATION: FINDINGS FROM THE CORONARY ARTERY RISK DEVELOPMENT IN YOUNG ADULTS (CARDIA) STUDY”
RE: “OCCUPATIONAL MAGNETIC FIELDS AND FEMALE BREAST CANCER: A CASE-CONTROL STUDY USING SWEDISH POPULATION REGISTERS AND NEW EXPOSURE DATA”
RE: “OCCUPATIONAL MAGNETIC FIELDS AND FEMALE BREAST CANCER: A CASE-CONTROL STUDY USING SWEDISH POPULATION REGISTERS AND NEW EXPOSURE DATA”
RE: “WHY EVIDENCE FOR THE FETAL ORIGINS OF ADULT DISEASE MIGHT BE A STATISTICAL ARTIFACT: THE ‘REVERSAL PARADOX’ FOR THE RELATION BETWEEN BIRTH WEIGHT AND BLOOD PRESSURE IN LATER LIFE”
RE: “WHY EVIDENCE FOR THE FETAL ORIGINS OF ADULT DISEASE MIGHT BE A STATISTICAL ARTIFACT: THE ‘REVERSAL PARADOX’ FOR THE RELATION BETWEEN BIRTH WEIGHT AND BLOOD PRESSURE IN LATER LIFE”