Research Scientist

Antonella Zanobetti

Principal Research Scientist

Environmental Health

azanobet@hsph.harvard.edu


Bibliography

Ambient carbon monoxide and daily mortality: a global time-series study in 337 cities.

Chen K, Breitner S, Wolf K, Stafoggia M, Sera F, Vicedo-Cabrera AM, Guo Y, Tong S, Lavigne E, Matus P, Valdés N, Kan H, Jaakkola JJK, Ryti NRI, Huber V, Scortichini M, Hashizume M, Honda Y, Nunes B, Madureira J, Holobâca IH, Fratianni S, Kim H, Lee W, Tobias A, Íñiguez C, Forsberg B, Åström C, Ragettli MS, Guo YL, Chen BY, Li S, Milojevic A, Zanobetti A, Schwartz J, Bell ML, Gasparrini A, Schneider A.

Lancet Planet Health. 2021 04. 5(4):e191-e199. PMID: 33838734

Short term associations of ambient nitrogen dioxide with daily total, cardiovascular, and respiratory mortality: multilocation analysis in 398 cities.

Meng X, Liu C, Chen R, Sera F, Vicedo-Cabrera AM, Milojevic A, Guo Y, Tong S, Coelho MSZS, Saldiva PHN, Lavigne E, Correa PM, Ortega NV, Osorio S, Kyselý J, Urban A, Orru H, Maasikmets M, Jaakkola JJK, Ryti N, Huber V, Schneider A, Katsouyanni K, Analitis A, Hashizume M, Honda Y, Ng CFS, Nunes B, Teixeira JP, Holobaca IH, Fratianni S, Kim H, Tobias A, Íñiguez C, Forsberg B, Åström C, Ragettli MS, Guo YL, Pan SC, Li S, Bell ML, Zanobetti A, Schwartz J, Wu T, Gasparrini A, Kan H.

BMJ. 2021 03 24. 372:n534. PMID: 33762259


News

Taking the temperature of climate change

June 23, 2015 -- Antonella Zanobetti, principal research scientist in the Department of Environmental Health, discusses a new study that found that people appear to adapt over time as temperatures creep higher, but also may face increased mortality risk…