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Allen JG, Ibrahim AM. Indoor Air Changes and Potential Implications for SARS-CoV-2 Transmission. JAMA. 2021 May 25; 325(20):2112-2113.

Morawska, L., Allen, J., Bahnfleth, W., Bluyssen, P.M., Boerstra, A., Buonanno, G., Cao, J., Dancer, S.J., Floto, A., Franchimon, F. and Greenhalgh, T., 2021. A paradigm shift to combat indoor respiratory infection. Science, 372(6543), pp.689-691.

Allen JG, Macomber JD. Healthy Buildings: How Indoor Spaces Drive Performance and Productivity. Harvard University Press. 2020.

Allen J, Macomber J. What Makes an Office Building ‘Healthy’? Harvard Business Review. 2020.

Macomber J, Allen J, Jones E. A Tower for the People: 425 Park Avenue. Harvard Business School Case. 2020.

Azimi P, Keshavarz Z, Cedeno Laurent JG, Stephens B, Allen JG. Mechanistic transmission modeling of COVID-19 on the Diamond Princess cruise ship demonstrates the importance of aerosol transmission. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2021 02 23; 118(8).

Allen JG, Waring MS. Harnessing the power of healthy buildings research to advance health for all. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol. 2020 03; 30(2):217-218.

MacNaughton P, Cao X, Buonocore J, Cedeno-Laurent JG, Spengler JD, Bernstein A, Allen JG. Response to “A critical look at ‘Energy savings, emissions reductions, and health co-benefits of the green building movement'”. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol. 2019 06; 29(4):594-596.

Sunderland EM, Hu XC, Dassuncao C, Tokranov AK, Wagner CC, Allen JG. A review of the pathways of human exposure to poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) and present understanding of health effects. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol. 2019 03; 29(2):131-147

Cedeño-Laurent JG, Williams A, MacNaughton P, Cao X, Eitland E, Spengler J, Allen JBuilding Evidence for Health: Green Buildings, Current Science, and Future Challenges. Annu Rev Public Health. 2018 04 01; 39:291-308

Allen J. Stale Office Air Is Making You Less Productive. Harvard Business Review. 2017.

Allen, J.G., MacNaughton, P., Satish, U., Santanam, S., Vallarino, J. and Spengler, J.D., 2016. Associations of cognitive function scores with carbon dioxide, ventilation, and volatile organic compound exposures in office workers: a controlled exposure study of green and conventional office environments. Environmental health perspectives, 124(6), pp.805-812.
Allen JG, Flanigan SS, LeBlanc M, Vallarino J, MacNaughton P, Stewart JH, Christiani DC. Flavoring Chemicals in E-Cigarettes: Diacetyl, 2,3-Pentanedione, and Acetoin in a Sample of 51 Products, Including Fruit-, Candy-, and Cocktail-Flavored E-Cigarettes. Environ Health Perspect. 2016 06; 124(6):733-9

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