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Joel D. Schwartz

ORCID : 0000-0001-6168-378X

http://environment.harvard.edu/about/faculty/joel-schwartz

OrganizationRolePublications
Brigham and Women's Hospital Channing Laboratory Author 2 articles
  1. Diabetes Enhances Vulnerability to Particulate Air Pollution-Associated Impairment in Vascular Reactivity and Endothelial Function
  2. Exposure to particulate air pollution and cognitive decline in older women
Harvard School of Public Health Department of Epidemiology Author 10 articles
  1. Climate change impacts on extreme temperature mortality in select metropolitan areas in the United States
  2. Disparities by Race in Heat-Related Mortality in Four US Cities: The Role of Air Conditioning Prevalence
  3. Exposure to particulate air pollution and cognitive decline in older women
  4. Extreme temperatures and mortality: Assessing effect modification by personal characteristics and specific cause of death in a multi-city case-only analysis
  5. Hospital admissions for heart disease: The effects of temperature and humidity
  6. Modifiers of the Temperature and Mortality Association in Seven US Cities
  7. Projections of temperature-attributable premature deaths in 209 U.S. cities using a cluster-based Poisson approach
  8. Summer temperature variability and long-term survival among elderly people with chronic disease
  9. Temperature, myocardial infarction, and mortality: Effect modification by individual- and area-level characteristics
  10. Temperature, temperature extremes, and mortality: a study of acclimatisation and effect modification in 50 US cities
Harvard School of Public Health Environmental Epidemiology Program Author 3 articles
  1. Ambient pollution and heart rate variability
  2. Drinking water turbidity and gastrointestinal illness in the elderly of Philadelphia
  3. Modifiers of the Temperature and Mortality Association in Seven US Cities
Harvard School of Public Health Environmental Science and Engineering Program Author 1 article
  1. Ambient pollution and heart rate variability
Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health Author 3 articles
  1. Mapping community determinants of heat vulnerability
  2. Preventing heat-related morbidity and mortality: New approaches in a changing climate
  3. Projected temperature-related deaths in ten large U.S. metropolitan areas under different climate change scenarios
Harvard School of Public Health Department of Environmental Health Author 17 articles
  1. Changes in susceptibility to heat during the summer: A multicountry analysis
  2. Comparing exposure metrics for classifying ‘dangerous heat’ in heat wave and health warning systems
  3. Diabetes Enhances Vulnerability to Particulate Air Pollution-Associated Impairment in Vascular Reactivity and Endothelial Function
  4. Disparities by Race in Heat-Related Mortality in Four US Cities: The Role of Air Conditioning Prevalence
  5. Effect of increased concentrations of atmospheric carbon dioxide on the global threat of zinc deficiency: A modelling study
  6. Estimated effects of future atmospheric CO2 concentrations on protein intake and the risk of protein deficiency by country and region
  7. Exposure to particulate air pollution and cognitive decline in older women
  8. Extreme temperatures and mortality: Assessing effect modification by personal characteristics and specific cause of death in a multi-city case-only analysis
  9. Heat stroke admissions during heat waves in 1,916 US counties for the period from 1999 to 2010 and their effect modifiers
  10. Hospital admissions for heart disease: The effects of temperature and humidity
  11. Projections of temperature-attributable premature deaths in 209 U.S. cities using a cluster-based Poisson approach
  12. Residential proximity to nearest major roadway and cognitive function in community-dwelling seniors: Results from the MOBILIZE Boston Study
  13. Simultaneously Mitigating Near-Term Climate Change and Improving Human Health and Food Security
  14. Summer temperature variability and long-term survival among elderly people with chronic disease
  15. Temperature, myocardial infarction, and mortality: Effect modification by individual- and area-level characteristics
  16. Temperature, temperature extremes, and mortality: a study of acclimatisation and effect modification in 50 US cities
  17. Vulnerability to renal, heat and respiratory hospitalizations during extreme heat among U.S. elderly
Harvard School of Public Health Department of Environmental Health Exposure, Epidemiology and Risk Program Author 2 articles
  1. Is there adaptation in the ozone mortality relationship: A multi-city case-crossover analysis
  2. Modifiers of short-term effects of ozone on mortality in eastern Massachusetts - A case-crossover analysis at individual level
Harvard University Contributing Author 1 chapter
  1. usgcrp-climate-human-health-assessment-2016 chapter 2 : Temperature-Related Death and Illness
Harvard School of Public Health Environmental Epidemiology Program Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Hospital admissions for heart disease: The effects of temperature and humidity
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