Publications

2011

  • Survival analysis of long-term exposure to different sizes of airborne particulate matter and risk of infant mortality using a birth cohort in Seoul, Korea
    Ji-Young Son, Michelle L. Bell, Jong-Tae Lee
    Environmental Health Perspectives119(5), p. 725-730
  • Assessment of indoor air pollution in homes with infants
    Anna Ruth Pickett, Michelle L. Bell
    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 8(12), p. 4502-4520
  • Spatial heterogeneity of PM10 and O3 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and implications for human health studies
    Mercedes A. Bravo, Michelle L. Bell
    Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association 61(1), p. 69-77
  • Vulnerability to temperature-related mortality in Seoul, Korea
    Ji-Young Son, Jong-Tae Lee, G Brooke Anderson, Michelle L Bell
    Environmental Research Letters 6(3), Art. No. 034027
  • Uncertainties influencing health-based prioritization of ozone abatement strategies
    Antara Digar, Daniel S. Cohan, Michelle L. Bell
    Environmental Science & Technology 45(18), p. 7761-7767
  • Improving the linkages between air pollution epidemiology and quantitative risk assessment
    Neal Fann, Michelle L. Bell, Katy Walker, Bryan Hubbell
    Environmental Health Perspectives 119(12), p. 1671-1675
  • Community-level spatial heteogeneity of chemical constituent levels of fine particulates and implications for epidemiological research
    Michelle L Bell, Keita Ebisu , Roger D Peng
    Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 21(4), p. 372-384
  • Quantifying the human health benefits of air pollution policies: Review of recent studies and new directions for accountability research
    Michelle L. Bell, Richard D. Morgenstern, Winston Harrington
    Environmental Science and Policy 14(4), p. 357-368
  • Meta-analysis of the association between short-term exposure to ambient ozone and respiratory hospital admissions
    Meng Ji, Daniel S Cohan, Michelle L Bell
    Environmental Research Letters 6(2), Art. No. 024006
  • Developed land-use and infants’ respiratory symptoms
    Keita Ebisu, Theodore R. Holford, Kathleen D. Belanger, Brian P. Leaderer, Michelle L. Bell
    Environmental Research. 111(5), p. 677-684
  • The international collaboration on air pollution and pregnancy outcomes: initial results
    Jennifer D. Parker et al.
    Environmental Helth Perspectives 119(7), p. 1023-1028
  • Environmental health indicators and a case study of air pollution in Latin American cities
    Michelle L. Bell, Luis A. Cifuentes, Devra L. Davis, Erin Cushing, Adriana Gusman Telles, Nelson Gouveia
    Environmental Research 111(1), p. 54-66

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