American Journal of Epidemiology

(ISSN: 0002-9262, 1476-6256)

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Table of Contents

From American Journal of Epidemiology

2019 -

  • Alcohol Consumption and Risk of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: A Prospective Cohort Study of Men. 
  • Utility of Spatial Point-Pattern Analysis Using Residential and Workplace Geospatial Information to Localize Potential Outbreak Sources. 
  • Post-"Modern Epidemiology": when methods meet matter. 
  • Applied Epidemiology Training Needs for the Modern Epidemiologist. 
  • Emerging Challenges and Opportunities in Infectious Disease Epidemiology. 
  • A Future for Observational Epidemiology: Clarity, Credibility, Transparency. 
  • Epidemiologists of the Future: Data Collector or Scientist? 
  • Signals Among Signals: Prioritizing Non-genetic Associations in Massive Datasets. 
  • The future of climate epidemiology: Opportunities for advancing health research in the context of climate change. 
  • Systems modeling to advance the promise of data science in epidemiology. 
  • Challenges and Opportunities for Using Big Health Care Data to Advance Medical Science and Public Health. 
  • The Unique Space of Epidemiology: Drawing on the Past to Project into the Future. 
  • Applying the E-value to Assess the Robustness of Epidemiologic Fields of Inquiry to Unmeasured Confounding. 
  • Maternal Gestational Weight Gain, Obesity, and the Timing of Pubertal Onset in Daughters. 
  • Relationships Between Cadmium, Lead and Mercury Levels and Albuminuria: Results From the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey Database 2009-2012. 
  • Long-term Associations Between Disaster Experiences and Cardiometabolic Risk: A Natural Experiment From the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami. 
  • Estimating the Effect of Preventive Services with Databases of Administrative Claims: Reasons to Be Concerned. 
  • Within-Person Associations Between Financial Hardship and Cognitive Performance in the PATH Through Life. 
  • The Future of Observational Epidemiology: Improving Data and Design to Align With Population Health. 
  • Reproductive Factors and Mammographic Density: Associations Among 24,840 Women and Comparison of Studies Using Digitized Film-Screen Mammography and Full-Field Digital Mammography. 
  • The Future of Teaching Epidemiology. 
  • Age at Immigration, Generational Status, and Mortality among Children of Immigrant Mothers: a Longitudinal Analysis of Siblings. 
  • Opioid Use, Misuse, and Suicidal Behaviors in a Nationally Representative Sample of U.S. Adults. 
  • The Controlled Direct Effect of Early Life Socioeconomic Position on Periodontitis in a Birth Cohort. 
  • Enigmatic gender difference in cancer incidence: evidences from childhood cancers. 
  • Supportive housing and its impact on diabetes among New York City homeless population. 
  • Using Bounds to Compare the Strength of Exchangeability Assumptions for Internal and External Validity. 
  • Optimism and Healthy Aging in Women and Men. 
  • Teaching on the Continuum: Epidemiology Education from High School through Graduate School. 
  • Estimating the Impact of Tuberculosis Case Detection in Constrained Health Systems: An Example of Case Finding in South Africa. 
  • RE:"Reassessing the global mortality burden of the 1918 influenza pandemic". 
  • Examining sex/gender differences in risk of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias: Challenges and future directions. 
  • To What Extent Does Age at Death Account for Sex Differences in Alzheimer's Disease Mortality Rates? 
  • A Pregnancy Cohort to Study Multidimensional Correlates of Preterm Birth in India: Study Design, Implementation, and Baseline Characteristics of the Participants. 
  • RE: "Risk Set Matching to Assess the Impact of Hospital-Acquired Bloodstream Infections." 
  • Sleep Characteristics and Cognitive Function and Decline Among Older Adults. 
  • RE: RE: Risk Set Matching to Assess the Impact of Hospital-Acquired Bloodstream Infections. 
  • Re: "Associations of dietary protein intake with fat-free mass and grip strength: A cross-sectional study in 146,816 UK Biobank participants". 
  • Re: "Re: Associations of dietary protein intake with fat free mass and grip strength: cross-sectional study in 146,816 UK Biobank participants". 
  • Response to Letter to the Editor: "Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and exposure to diesel exhaust in a Danish cohort". 
  • Marginal Structural Models for Risk or Prevalence Ratios for a Point Exposure Using a Disease Risk Score. 
  • Multi-Ancestry Genome-Wide Association Study of Lipid Levels Incorporating Gene-Alcohol Interactions. 
  • Case-Control Studies of the Efficacy of Screening Tests That Seek to Prevent Cancer Incidence: Results of an Approach That Utilizes Administrative Claims Data That Do Not Provide Information Regarding Test Indication. 
  • Exposure to Total Hydrocarbons During Clean-up of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Risk of Heart Attack Across Five Years of Follow-up. 
  • Nonparametric Bounds for the Risk Function. 
  • Elective Deliveries and Neonatal Outcomes in Full-Term Pregnancies. 
  • Accounting for unobserved and differential susceptible time at risk in retrospective studies: response to Dean (2019). 
  • RE: "Measurement of Vaccine Direct Effects Under the Test-Negative Design". 
  • Associating Locality-Level Characteristics With Surviving the Holocaust: A Multilevel Approach to Chance of Being Deported and to Risk of Death of Jews Living in Dutch Municipalities. 
  • Associations of Public Transport Use With Cardio-Metabolic Health: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. 
  • Predictors of Response Outcomes for Research Recruitment Through a Central Cancer Registry: Evidence From 17 Population-Based Studies. 
  • Marginal Time-Dependent Causal Effects in Mediation Analysis With Survival Data. 
  • Spatiotemporal Error in Rainfall Data: Consequences for Epidemiologic Analysis of Waterborne Diseases. 
  • Improving Accessibility of the Human Microbiome Project Data Through Integration With R/Bioconductor. 
  • Depressive Symptomatology, Racial Discrimination Experience and MRI Brain Tissue Volumes: The CARDIA Study. 
  • Sense of Mission and Subsequent Health and Well-being among Young Adults:An Outcome-Wide Analysis. 
  • Invited Commentary: Improving accessibility of the Human Microbiome Project data through integration with R/Bioconductor. 
  • HMP16SData: Efficient Access to the Human Microbiome Project through Bioconductor. 
  • Evaluating Flexible Modeling of Continuous Covariates in Inverse Weighted Estimators. 
  • A Unified Model for the Analysis of Gene-Environment Interaction. 
  • Levels and Changes in Childhood Body Mass Index in Relation to Risk of Atrial Fibrillation and Atrial Flutter in Adulthood. 
  • Electric Shock and Extremely Low-Frequency Magnetic Field Exposure and the Risk of ALS: Euro-MOTOR. 
  • Effectiveness of Intensive Endoscopic Screening for Esophageal Cancer in China: A Community-Based Study. 
  • Toenail-Based Metal Concentrations and Young-Onset Breast Cancer. 
  • Rethinking Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance: A Role for Lot Quality Assurance Sampling. 
  • Observational Studies That Seek to Emulate a Randomized Trial of Screening to Reduce the Incidence of Cancer: Do They Address the Question to Which We'd Like to Have an Answer? 
  • The influence of a breast cancer diagnosis on serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D. 
  • Limiting Alcohol Outlet Density to Prevent Alcohol Use and Violence? Estimating Policy Interventions Through Agent-Based Modeling. 

Journal Information

About the Publication: The American Journal of Epidemiology is the premier epidemiological journal devoted to the publication of empirical research findings, methodological developments in the field of epidemiological research and opinion pieces.