Publications

Publications

1. Vigotti MA., Rossi G., Bisanti L., Zanobetti A. and Schwartz J. “Short term effects of urban air pollution on respiratory health in Milano, Italy: 1980-89. A time series analysis within the APHEA project.” Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health; vol. 50, Supplement 1; 1996.

2. Katsouyanni K., Schwartz J., Spix C., Touloumi G., Zmirou D., Zanobetti A., Wojtyniak B., Vonk JM., Sunyer J., Ponka A., Medina S., Bacharova L., Anderson R. “Short-term effects of Air Pollution on Health: A European Approach using epidemiologic time series data.” Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health; vol. 50, Supplement 1; 1996.

3. Zmirou D., Schwartz J., Saez M., Zanobetti A., Wojtyniak B., Touloumi G., Spix C., Ponce de Leon A., Le Moullec Y., Bacharova L., Schouten J., Ponka A., Katsouyanni K. “Time-series Analysis of Air Pollution and Cause-Specific Mortality”. Epidemiology; vol. 9, 5:495-503; 1998.

4. Rossi G., Vigotti MA., Zanobetti A., Repetto F., GianelleV., Schwartz J. “Air Pollution and Cause Specific Mortality in Milan, Italy 1980-89″. Archives of Environmental Health, vol. 54, 3:158-164; 1999.

5. Anderson HR, Quenel P, Katsouyanni K, Zanobetti A, Sunyer J, Schouten JP, Wojtyniak B, Zmirou D, Bacharova L, Ponka A, Wichmann HE. Recommendations for the monitoring of short-term health effects of air pollution: lessons from the APHEA Multi Centre European Study. Zentralbl Hyg Umweltmed, 202(6):471-88; 1999.

6. Zanobetti A and Schwartz J. Race, gender and social status as modifiers of the effects of PM10 on mortality. J Occup Environ Med, 2000:42:469-74.

7. Zanobetti A, Wand MP, Schwartz J, and Ryan L. Generalized Additive Distributed Lag Models: Quantifying Mortality Displacement. Biostatistics 2000;1:279-292.

8. Schwartz J and Zanobetti A. Using meta-smoothing to estimate dose-response trends across multiple studies, with application to air pollution and daily death. Epidemiology 2000;11(6):666-672.

9. Zanobetti A, Schwartz J, Gold DR. Are the sensitive subgroups for the health effects of airborne particles? Environ Health Perspect, 2000;108:841-845.

10. Zanobetti A, Schwartz J, Dockery DW.Airborne particles are a risk factor for hospital admissions for heart and lung disease. Environ Health Perspect, 2000;108:1071-1077.

11. Samet JM, Zegar SL, Dominici F, Curriero F, Coursac I, Dockery DW, Schwartz J, Zanobetti A. The National Morbidity, Mortality, and Air Pollution Study Part II: Morbidity, Mortality, and Air Pollution in the United States. Health Effects Institute 2000;94:1-84.

12. Braga AL, Zanobetti A, Schwartz J. Do respiratory epidemics confound the association between air pollution and daily deaths? Eur Respir J 2000;16(4):723-8.

13. Braga, Alfesio LF, Saldiva, Paulo HN, Pereira, Luiz AA, Menezes, Joaquim JC, Conceicao, Gleice MS, Lin, Chin A, Zanobetti, Antonella, Schwartz Joel, Dockery, Douglas W. Health Effects of Air Pollution on Children and Adolescents in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Pediatric Pulmonology 2001, 31:106-113.

14. Braga ALF, Zanobetti A, Schwartz J. The time course of weather related deaths. Epidemiol, in 2001;12:662-667.

15. Zanobetti A, Schwartz J. Are diabetics more susceptible to the health effects of airborne particles? Am J Resp Crit Care Med,2001,1;164:831-3.

16. Janssen NA, Schwartz J, Zanobetti A, Suh HH. Air conditioning and combustion related particles as modifiers of the effect of PM10 on hospital admissions for heart and lung diseases. Environ Health Perspect, 110:43-49 2002.

17. Zanobetti A, Schwartz J, Samoli E, Gryparis A, Touloumi G, Atkinson R, Le Tertre A, Bobros J, Celko M, Goren A, Forsberg B, Michelozzi P, Rabczenko D, Ruiz EA, Katsouyanni K. The Temporal Pattern of Mortality Responses to Air Pollution: A Multicity assessment of mortality displacement. Epidemiol, 2002; 13, 87-93.

18. Braga AL, Zanobetti A, Schwartz J. The lag structure between particulate air pollution and respiratory and cardiovascular deaths in ten US cities. J Occup Environ Med, 2001;43:927-33.

19. Zanobetti A, Schwartz J. Cardiovascular damage by airborne particles: Are Diabetics more susceptible? Epidemiology,2002, Sep;13(5):588-92.

20. Dominici F, Zanobetti A, Zeger SL, Schwartz J, SametJM. Hierarchical bivariate time-series models: A combined analysis of the effects of particulate matter on morbidity and mortality. Biostatistics, 2004;5:341-60.

21. Braga ALF, Zanobetti A, Schwartz J. The effect of weather on respiratory and cardiovascular deaths in 12 US cities. Environ Health Perspect 2002; 110 (9), 859-863.

22. Schwartz J, Laden F, Zanobetti A. The Concentration?Response relation between air pollution and daily deaths. Environ Health Perspect, 2002 Oct;110(10):1025-9.

23. Zanobetti A, Schwartz J, Samoli E, Gryparis A, Touloumi G, Peacock J, Anderson RH, Le Tertre A, Bobros J, Celko M, Goren A, Forsberg B, Michelozzi P, Rabczenko D, Hoyos SP, Wichmann HE, Katsouyanni K. 2003. The Temporal Pattern of Respiratory and Heart Disease Mortality in Response to Air Pollution. Environ Health Perspect 2003: 111(9): 1188-1193.

24. Samoli E Touloumi G, Zanobetti A, Le Tertre A, Schindler C, Atkinson R, Vonk J, Rossi G, Saez M, Rabczenko D, Schwartz J, and Klea Katsouyanni K. Investigating the dose-response relationship between air pollution and total mortality in the APHEA2 multicity project. Occup Environ Med, 2003; 60: 977-982.

25. O?Neill MS, Zanobetti A, Schwartz J. Modifiers of the temperature and mortality association in seven US cities. Am J Epidemiol, 2003:157 (12): 1074-1082.

26. Schwartz J, Zanobetti A, Bateson T (2003). Morbidity and mortality among elderly residents in cities with daily PM measurements. In Revised Analyses of the National Morbidity, Mortality, and Air Pollution Study, Part II. In: Revised Analyses of Time-Series Studies of Air Pollution and Health. Special Report, pp 25-58, Health Effects Institute, Boston.

27. Gold DR, Schwartz J, Litonjua AA, Verrier R, Zanobetti A. 2003. Ambient Pollution and Reduced Heart Rate Variability. In: Revised Analyses of Time-Series Studies of Air Pollution and Health. Special Report, pp 107-112. Health Effects Institute, Boston.

28. Zanobetti A, Schwartz J. 2003. Airborne particles and hospital admissions for heart and lung disease. In: Revised Analyses of Time-Series Studies of Air Pollution and Health. Special Report, pp 241-248. Health Effects Institute, Boston MA.

29. Zanobetti A, Schwartz J. 2003. Multicity assessment of mortality displacement within the APHEA2 project. In: Revised Analyses of Time-Series Studies of Air Pollution and Health. Special Report, pp 249-253. Health Effects Institute, Boston MA.

30. DeMeo DL, Zanobetti A, Coull B, Litonjua AA, Schwartz J, Gold DR. 2004. Longitudinal Assessment of Ambient Pollution on Oxygen Saturation in a Cohort of Older Individuals. Am J Respir Crit Care Med, 170:383-387.

31. Zanobetti A, Canner MJ, Stone PH, Schwartz J, Sher D, Eagan-Bengston E, Gates KA, Hartley H, Suh H, Gold DR. 2004. Ambient pollution and blood pressure in cardiac rehabilitation patients. Circulation, 110(15):2184-9.

32. O’Neill, M.S., Veves, A., Zanobetti, A., Sarnat, J.A., Gold, D.R., Economides, P.A., Horton, E., Schwartz, J. Diabetes enhances vulnerability to particulate air pollution-associated impairment in vascular reactivity and endothelial function. In press at Circulation.

33. Zanobetti A, Schwartz J. The Effect of Particulate Air Pollution On Emergency Admissions for Myocardial Infarction: a Multi-city Case-crossover Analysis. Accepted Envirn Health Perspective.

34. Ariana Zeka, Antonella Zanobetti, Joel Schwartz. Short-Term Effects of Particulate Matter on Cause Specific Mortality: Effects of Lags and Modification by City Characteristics. Accepted Occupational and Envirnomental Medicine.

35. ONeill, M.S., Hajat, S., Zanobetti, A., Ramirez-Aguilar, M., Schwartz, J. 2005. Impact of control for air pollution and respiratory epidemics on the estimated associations of temperature and daily mortality. In press, International Journal of Biometeorology.

36. O?Neill MO, Zanobetti A, Schwartz J. 2005. Disparities by race in heart-related mortality in four U.S. cities: The role of air conditioning prevalence. J Urban Health, in press.