His primary areas of study are Epidemiology, Surgery, Internal medicine, Gerontology and Cognition. His Epidemiology study which covers Public health that intersects with Environmental health, Relative risk and Evidence-based medicine. His work on Sinusitis as part of general Surgery study is frequently linked to GERD, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
He merges Internal medicine with Bone lead in his research. His Gerontology research includes elements of Longitudinal study, Socioeconomic status and Confidence interval. His studies in Cognition integrate themes in fields like Developmental psychology, Audiology, Cumulative dose and Lead poisoning.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Internal medicine, Epidemiology, Surgery, Endocrinology and Gerontology. His study in Cardiology extends to Internal medicine with its themes. The study incorporates disciplines such as Odds ratio, Environmental health, Lyme disease, Disease and Public health in addition to Epidemiology.
Brian S. Schwartz combines subjects such as Dimercaptosuccinic acid, Incidence and Nasal polyps with his study of Surgery. His studies deal with areas such as Porphobilinogen synthase and Genotype as well as Endocrinology. In Gerontology, Brian S. Schwartz works on issues like Cognition, which are connected to Lead poisoning and Audiology.
Brian S. Schwartz mostly deals with Internal medicine, Epidemiology, Asthma, Demography and Odds ratio. Chronic rhinosinusitis, Logistic regression, Disease, Incidence and Body mass index are among the areas of Internal medicine where Brian S. Schwartz concentrates his study. His research integrates issues of Sinus, Physical therapy, Educational attainment and Confounding in his study of Logistic regression.
His work carried out in the field of Epidemiology brings together such families of science as Environmental epidemiology, Sinusitis and Etiology. His work focuses on many connections between Asthma and other disciplines, such as Case-control study, that overlap with his field of interest in Emergency department and Young adult. The concepts of his Odds ratio study are interwoven with issues in Quartile, Confidence interval, Emergency medicine, Diagnosis code and Health records.
His primary scientific interests are in Epidemiology, Odds ratio, Physical therapy, Environmental epidemiology and Environmental exposure. Brian S. Schwartz has included themes like Sinusitis, Etiology, Population health and Medical emergency in his Epidemiology study. His Odds ratio study results in a more complete grasp of Internal medicine.
His work deals with themes such as Sinus and Emergency medicine, which intersect with Physical therapy. His Environmental epidemiology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Emerging technologies, Data collection, Exposure assessment, Hazardous waste and Occupational safety and health. His Environmental exposure study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Young adult, Emergency department, Quartile and Public health.
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Epidemiology of Tension-Type Headache
Brian S. Schwartz;Walter F. Stewart;David Simon;Richard B. Lipton.
The built environment and obesity: A systematic review of the epidemiologic evidence
Jing Feng;Thomas A. Glass;Frank C. Curriero;Walter F. Stewart.
Health & Place (2010)
Ethnic differences in the prevalence of the homozygous deleted genotype of glutathione S-transferase theta
Heather H. Nelson;John K. Wiencke;David C. Christiani;T. J. Cheng.
Dose-Related Effects of Cigarette Smoking on Olfactory Function
Richard E. Frye;Brian S. Schwartz;Richard L. Doty.
Arsenic Exposure and Cardiovascular Disease: A Systematic Review of the Epidemiologic Evidence
Ana Navas-Acien;A. Richey Sharrett;Ellen K. Silbergeld;Brian S. Schwartz.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2005)
Recommendations for Medical Management of Adult Lead Exposure
Michael J. Kosnett;Richard P. Wedeen;Stephen J. Rothenberg;Karen L. Hipkins.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2007)
Environmental risk factors for Lyme disease identified with geographic information systems.
G E Glass;B S Schwartz;J M Morgan;D T Johnson.
American Journal of Public Health (1995)
Association of Blood Lead and Tibia Lead with Blood Pressure and Hypertension in a Community Sample of Older Adults
David Martin;Thomas A. Glass;Karen Bandeen-Roche;Andrew C. Todd.
American Journal of Epidemiology (2006)
Lost workdays and decreased work effectiveness associated with headache in the workplace
Brian S. Schwartz;Walter F. Stewart;Richard B. Lipton;Richard B. Lipton.
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (1997)
The epidemiology of lead toxicity in adults: measuring dose and consideration of other methodologic issues.
Howard Hu;Regina A Shih;Stephen J. Rothenberg;Brian S Schwartz.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2006)
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