The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Environmental health, Air quality index, Environmental exposure, Risk assessment and Meteorology. His work deals with themes such as Meta-analysis, Asthma, Ozone and Public health, which intersect with Environmental health. His Air quality index research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Multivariate statistics, Atmosphere, Air pollutants and Generalizability theory.
His Environmental exposure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Health impact, Respiratory response, Population growth, Asthmatic children and Type 2 diabetes. His Meteorology study incorporates themes from Estimator and Epidemiological Monitoring. His work in Cross-validation tackles topics such as Regression analysis which are related to areas like Data assimilation, Geographically Weighted Regression, Confounding and Ozone exposure.
His primary scientific interests are in Environmental health, Environmental chemistry, Air quality index, Environmental exposure and Environmental engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Traffic pollution and Asthma. His Asthma research includes themes of Pediatrics and Pathology.
His work in the fields of Total organic carbon overlaps with other areas such as Chemical composition. In the subject of general Air quality index, his work in Air quality monitoring and Airshed is often linked to Health outcomes and Context, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His research in Environmental exposure tackles topics such as Internal medicine which are related to areas like Endocrinology.
Jeremy A. Sarnat spends much of his time researching Environmental health, Air quality index, Disease, Confounding and Exposure assessment. His research in Environmental health intersects with topics in Mortality rate, Case fatality rate, Asthma, Public health and Socioeconomic status. His work on Asthma exacerbations as part of general Asthma study is frequently linked to Future studies, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
The various areas that he examines in his Air quality index study include Waste management and Fine particulate. His work carried out in the field of Confounding brings together such families of science as Funnel plot, Confidence interval, Meta-analysis, Publication bias and Hazard ratio. Within one scientific family, Jeremy A. Sarnat focuses on topics pertaining to Near road under Exposure assessment, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Environmental resource management, Nitrogen dioxide, Air quality monitoring and Trap.
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Diabetes Enhances Vulnerability to Particulate Air Pollution-Associated Impairment in Vascular Reactivity and Endothelial Function
Marie S. O’Neill;Aristidis Veves;Antonella Zanobetti;Jeremy A. Sarnat.
Ozone exposure and mortality: an empiric bayes metaregression analysis.
Jonathan I Levy;Susan M Chemerynski;Jeremy A Sarnat.
Short-term Associations between Ambient Air Pollutants and Pediatric Asthma Emergency Department Visits
Matthew J. Strickland;Lyndsey A. Darrow;Mitchel Klein;W. Dana Flanders.
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine (2010)
Estimating ground-level PM2.5 concentrations in the southeastern U.S. using geographically weighted regression
Xuefei Hu;Lance A. Waller;Mohammad Z. Al-Hamdan;William L. Crosson.
Environmental Research (2013)
Fine particle sources and cardiorespiratory morbidity: an application of chemical mass balance and factor analytical source-apportionment methods.
Jeremy A. Sarnat;Amit Marmur;Mitchel Klein;Eugene Kim.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2008)
Air pollution and inflammation in type 2 diabetes: a mechanism for susceptibility
Marie S. O'Neill;Aristidis Veves;Jeremy A. Sarnat;Antonella Zanobetti.
Occupational and Environmental Medicine (2006)
Ambient gas concentrations and personal particulate matter exposures: implications for studying the health effects of particles.
Jeremy A Sarnat;Kathleen W Brown;Joel Schwartz;Brent A Coull.
Multipollutant modeling issues in a study of ambient air quality and emergency department visits in Atlanta.
Paige E Tolbert;Mitchel Klein;Jennifer L Peel;Stefanie E Sarnat.
Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology (2007)
Urban Air Pollution May Enhance COVID-19 Case-Fatality and Mortality Rates in the United States.
Donghai Liang;Liuhua Shi;Jingxuan Zhao;Pengfei Liu.
Innovation-the European Journal of Social Science Research (2020)
An examination of exposure measurement error from air pollutant spatial variability in time-series studies
Stefanie E Sarnat;Mitchel Klein;Jeremy A Sarnat;W Dana Flanders.
Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology (2010)
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