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Project Publications: Columbia University: Data Management and Analysis Core

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Superfund Research Program

Data Management and Analysis Core

Project Leader: Arthur Goldsmith (Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health)
Co-Investigator: Brian J. Mailloux (Barnard College)
Grant Number: P42ES033719
Funding Period: 2022-2027
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Publications

2024

  • Schilling K, Glabonjat RA, Balac O, Galvez-Fernandez M, Domingo-Relloso A, Slavkovich VN, Goldsmith J, Jones MR, Sanchez TR, Navas-Acien A. 2024. Method validation for (ultra)-trace element concentrations in urine for small sample volumes in large epidemiological studies: application to the population-based epidemiological multi-ethnic study of atherosclerosis (MESA). Analytical Methods 16(2):214-226. doi:10.1039/d3ay01605f PMID:38099473

2023

  • Li M, Do V, Brooks JL, Hilpert M, Goldsmith J, Chillrud SN, Ali T, Best LG, Yracheta J, Umans JG, van Donkelaar A, Martin RV, Navas-Acien A, Kioumourtzoglou M. 2023. Fine particulate matter composition in American Indian vs. Non-American Indian communities. Environ Res 237(Pt2):117091. doi:10.1016/j.envres.2023.117091 PMID:37683786 PMCID:PMC10591960
  • Shen Y, Kioumourtzoglou M, Wu H, Vokonas PS, Spiro, III A, Navas-Acien A, Baccarelli A, Gao F. 2023. Cohort network: A knowledge graph toward data dissemination and knowledge-driven discovery for cohort studies. Environ Sci Technol 57(22):8236-8244. doi:10.1021/acs.est.2c08174 PMID:37224396
  • Valeri L. 2023. Invited perspective: a multivariate disease process perspective for environmental epidemiology. Environ Health Perspect 131(1):11302. doi:10.1289/EHP12509 PMID:36696107 PMCID:PMC9875848
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