• Towards a quantitative estimate of future heat wave mortality under global climate change
    Roger D. Peng, Jennifer F. Bobb, Claudia Tebaldi, Larry McDaniel, Michelle L. Bell, Francesca Dominici
    Environmental Health Perspectives 119(5), p. 701-706
  • Prenatal exposure to fine particulate matter and birth weight: Variations by particulate constituents and sources
    Bell, Michelle L., Belanger, Kathleen, Ebisu, Keita, Gent, Janneane F., Lee, Hyung Joo, Koutrakis, Petros, Leaderer, Brian P.
    Epidemiology 21(6), p. 884-891
  • Individual exposure to air pollution and lung function in Korea: Spatial analysis using multiple exposure approaches
    Ji-Young Son, Michelle L. Bell, Jong-Tae Lee
    Environmental Research 110(8), p. 739-749
  • Heat waves in the United States: Mortality risk during heat waves and effect modification by heat wave characteristics in 43 US communities
    G. Brooke Anderson, Michelle L. Bell
    Environmental Health Perspectives 119(2), p. 210-218
  • International Collaboration on Air Pollution and Pregnancy Outcomes (ICAPPO)
    Tracey J. Woodruff, Jennifer D. Parker, Kate Adams, Michelle L. Bell, Ulrike Gehring, Svetlana Glinianaia, Eun-Hee Ha, Bin Jalaludin, Rémy Slama
    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 7(6), p. 2638-2652
  • Spatial misalignment in time series analyses of air pollution and health data
    Roger D. Peng, Michelle L. Bell
    Biostatistics 11(4), p. 720-740
  • Protecting human health from air pollution: Shifting from a single pollutant to a multi-pollutant approach
    Dominici, Francesca, Peng, Roger D., Barr, Christopher D., Bell, Michelle L.
    Epidemiology 21(2), p. 187-194
  • Does one size fit all? The suitability of standard ozone exposure metric conversion ratios and implications for epidemiology
    G Brooke Anderson , Michelle L Bell
    Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 20(1), p. 2-11

Last Updated: November 11, 2020