Her primary areas of investigation include Pediatrics, Asthma, Risk factor, Respiratory sounds and Respiratory disease. The Pediatrics study combines topics in areas such as Odds ratio, Prospective cohort study and Incidence. Anne L. Wright does research in Asthma, focusing on Wheeze specifically.
Her work investigates the relationship between Risk factor and topics such as Day care that intersect with problems in Family history, Otitis, Nuclear family and Relative risk. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Respiratory tract and Early childhood. Her Allergy research incorporates elements of Immunoglobulin E and Environmental exposure.
Anne L. Wright mainly focuses on Asthma, Pediatrics, Immunology, Risk factor and Wheeze. Her Asthma study incorporates themes from El Niño, Cohort study and Allergy. Her Pediatrics research integrates issues from Odds ratio, Respiratory disease, Incidence, Confidence interval and Prospective cohort study.
Her Respiratory disease research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Bronchiolitis and Respiratory tract. Her work focuses on many connections between Prospective cohort study and other disciplines, such as Respiratory system, that overlap with her field of interest in Lung volumes. As a member of one scientific family, Anne L. Wright mostly works in the field of Wheeze, focusing on Respiratory sounds and, on occasion, Respiratory tract infections and Breast feeding.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Asthma, Pediatrics, Adult life, Demography and Birth cohort. Her studies in Asthma integrate themes in fields like Longitudinal study and Allergy. Her Pediatrics research focuses on Confidence interval and how it relates to Immune system.
Anne L. Wright has included themes like Body mass index, Asthma incidence and Family history in her Demography study. As part of one scientific family, Anne L. Wright deals mainly with the area of Birth cohort, narrowing it down to issues related to the Respiratory system, and often Virus, Confounding and Ethnic group. Her work on Wheezing phenotypes is typically connected to Latent class model as part of general Wheeze study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Asthma, Pediatrics, Demography, Allergy and Confidence interval are her primary areas of study. Asthma is a subfield of Immunology that Anne L. Wright studies. Her Pediatrics research includes themes of Sinus, Atopy, Chronic sinusitis, Natural history and Disease.
She combines subjects such as Body mass index, Relative risk, Logistic regression and Mexican americans with her study of Demography. Her Allergy research includes elements of Odds ratio, Lower prevalence and Epigenome. Her Odds ratio study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Wheeze, Pregnancy, Cytokine, In utero and Immune system.
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Asthma and wheezing in the first six years of life. The Group Health Medical Associates.
Fernando D. Martinez;Anne L. Wright;Lynn M. Taussig;Catharine J. Holberg.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1995)
Respiratory syncytial virus in early life and risk of wheeze and allergy by age 13 years.
Renato T Stein;Duane Sherrill;Wayne J Morgan;Catharine J Holberg.
The Lancet (1999)
A clinical index to define risk of asthma in young children with recurrent wheezing.
José A. Castro-Rodríguez;Catharine J. Holberg;Anne L. Wright;Fernando D. Martinez.
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine (2000)
Siblings, day-care attendance, and the risk of asthma and wheezing during childhood.
Thomas M. Ball;Jose A. Castro-Rodriguez;Kent A. Griffith;Catharine J. Holberg.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2000)
Tucson children's respiratory study: 1980 to present
Lynn M. Taussig;Anne L. Wright;Catharine J. Holberg;Marilyn Halonen.
The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (2003)
Diminished lung function as a predisposing factor for wheezing respiratory illness in infants.
Fernando Martinez;Wayne J Morgan;Anne L Wright;C. J. Holberg.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1988)
Outcome of asthma and wheezing in the first 6 years of life follow-up through adolescence
Wayne J. Morgan;Debra A. Stern;Duane L. Sherrill;Stefano Guerra.
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine (2005)
Exclusive Breast-Feeding for at Least 4 Months Protects Against Otitis Media
Burris Duncan;John Ey;Catharine J. Holberg;Anne L. Wright.
Increased incidence of asthmalike symptoms in girls who become overweight or obese during the school years.
José A. Castro-Rodríguez;Catharine J. Holberg;Wayne J. Morgan;Anne L. Wright.
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine (2001)
Poor airway function in early infancy and lung function by age 22 years: a non-selective longitudinal cohort study
Debra A Stern;Wayne J Morgan;Anne L Wright;Stefano Guerra.
The Lancet (2007)
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