Publications

2019

  • Disparities in exposure to surrounding greenness related to proportion of the population that were immigrants to the United States
    Fong KC, NK Mehta, ML Bell
    International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 224:113434.
  • Suicide and ambient temperature: A multi-country multi-city study
    Kim Y et al.
    Environmental Health Perspectives 127(11), 117007.
  • Risk of particulate matter on birth outcomes in relation to maternal socio-economic factors: a systematic review
    Heo S, KC Fong, ML Bell
    Environmental Research Letters14, Art. 123004.
  • Quantifying the impact of changing the threshold of New York City Heat Emergency Plan in reducing heat-related illnesses
    Benmarhnia T, L Schwarz, A Nori-Sarma, M Bell
    Environmental Research Letters 14(11), 114006
  • Mapping 123 million neonatal, infant and child deaths between 2000 and 2017
    Burstein R et al.
    Nature 573, p. 353-358.
  • Predicted temperature-increase-induced global health burden and its regional variability
    Lee JY et al.
    Environmental International 131, 105027
  • A land use regression model of nitrogen dioxide and fine particulate matter in a complex urban core in Lanzhou, China
    Jin L, JD Berman, JL Warren, JI Levy, G Thurston, Y Zhang, X Xu, S Wang, Y Zhang, ML Bell
    Environmental Research 177, 108597.
  • The role of humidity in associations of high temperature with mortality: A multi-city multi-country study
    Armstrong B et al.
    Environmental Health Perspectives 127(9), 097007
  • Ambient particulate air pollution and daily mortality in 652 cities
    Liu C et al.
    New England Journal of Medicine 381(8), p. 705-715.
  • Land use regression study in Lanzhou, China: A pilot sampling and spatial characteristics of pilot sampling sites
    Jin L, JD Berman, Y Zhang, G Thurston, Y Zhang, ML
    Atmospheric Environment 210, p. 253-262
  • Temperature-related mortality: A systematic review and investigation of effect modifiers
    Son JY, J Liu, ML Bell
    Environmental Research Letters 14: 073004
  • The use of a quasi-experimental study on the mortality effect of a heat wave warning system in South Korea
    Heo S, A Nori-Sarma, K Lee, T Benmarhnia, F Dominici, ML Bell
    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16(12): 2245
  • The impact of heat waves on mortality in Northwest India
    Nori-Sarma, A, GB Anderson A Rajiva, G ShahAzhar, P Gupta, MS Pednekar, JY Son, RD Peng, ML Bell
    Environmental Research 176: 108546. doi: 10.1016/j.envres.2019.108546
  • Advancing our understanding of heat wave criteria and associated health impacts to improve heat wave alerts in developing country settings
    Nori-Sarma A, T Benmarhnia, A Rajiva, GS Azhar, P Gupta, M Pednekar, ML Bell
    . International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16(12): E2089
  • The shape of the concentration-response association between fine particulate matter pollution and human mortality in Beijing, China, and its implications for health impact assessment
    Yan M, A Wilson, ML Bell, RD Peng, Q Sun, W Pu, X Yin, GB Anderson
    Environmental Health Perspectives 127(6): 67007.
  • Long-term exposure to ozone and cause-specific mortality risk in the U.S.
    CC Lim, RB Hayes, J Ahn, Y Shao, DT Silverman, RR Jones, C Garcia, ML Bell, GD Thurston
    American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, p. 1022-1031
  • The influence of green space on the short-term effects of particulate matter on hospitalization in the U.S. for 2000-2013
    Heo, S, ML Bell
    Environmental Research 174, p. 61-68
  • Effect of statins on the association between high temperature and all-cause mortality in a socioeconomically disadvantaged population: A cohort study
    Nam YH, WB Bilker, CE Leonard, ML Bell, LM Alexander, S Hennessy
    Scientific Reports 9(1), Article No. 4685
  • The future of climate epidemiology: Opportunities for advancing health research in the context of climate change
    GB Anderson, EA Barnes, ML Bell, F Dominici
    American Journal of Epidemiology, p. 866–872
  • How urban characteristics affect vulnerability to heat and cold: a multi-country analysis
    F Sera, B Armstrong, A Tobias, AM Vicedo-Cabrera, C Åström, ML Bell et al.
    International Journal of Epidemiology

Last Updated: November 11, 2020