John M. Kaldor mainly focuses on Immunology, Internal medicine, Incidence, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and Risk factor. His Immunology study incorporates themes from Demography and Cohort study. His Internal medicine research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Surgery and Oncology.
His study in Incidence is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Survival rate and Epidemiology. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Cervical cancer under Epidemiology, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Gynecology. His research integrates issues of Odds ratio, Environmental health, Relative risk, Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and Case-control study in his study of Risk factor.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Demography, Immunology, Internal medicine and Epidemiology. His work carried out in the field of Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome brings together such families of science as Gynecology, Gonorrhea and Pediatrics. His Demography research also works with subjects such as
His studies in Hepatitis C, Viral disease, Seroconversion and Viral load are all subfields of Immunology research. John M. Kaldor is interested in Cancer, which is a branch of Internal medicine. While the research belongs to areas of Epidemiology, John M. Kaldor spends his time largely on the problem of Risk factor, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Case-control study.
John M. Kaldor focuses on Demography, Public health, Men who have sex with men, Internal medicine and Family medicine. His Demography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Odds ratio, Psychological intervention, Young adult, Cross-sectional study and Vaccination. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cohort and Confidence interval in addition to Odds ratio.
His studies in Public health integrate themes in fields like Condom, Logistic regression and Environmental health. His research on Internal medicine focuses in particular on Clinical trial. As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Gonorrhea, narrowing it down to issues related to the Gynecology, and often Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
His primary areas of study are Demography, Chlamydia, Scabies, Gonorrhea and Internal medicine. His work deals with themes such as Men who have sex with men, Logistic regression, Young adult, Public health and Vaccination, which intersect with Demography. His Chlamydia study also includes fields such as
His Scabies study also includes
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Empirical Bayes estimates of age-standardized relative risks for use in disease mapping.
David Clayton;John Kaldor.
Cancer Incidence Before and After Kidney Transplantation
Claire M. Vajdic;Stephen P. McDonald;Margaret R. E. McCredie;Marina T. van Leeuwen.
Spontaneous viral clearance following acute hepatitis C infection: a systematic review of longitudinal studies.
J M Micallef;J M Kaldor;G J Dore.
Journal of Viral Hepatitis (2006)
Estimating progression to cirrhosis in chronic hepatitis C virus infection.
Anthony J. Freeman;Gregory J. Dore;Matthew G. Law;Max Thorpe.
The 15-Country Collaborative Study of Cancer Risk among Radiation Workers in the Nuclear Industry: Estimates of Radiation-Related Cancer Risks
E. Cardis;M. Vrijheid;M. Blettner;E. Gilbert.
Radiation Research (2007)
Risk of cancer after low doses of ionising radiation: retrospective cohort study in 15 countries
E. Cardis;M. Vrijheid;M. Blettner;E. Gilbert.
The causal link between human papillomavirus and invasive cervical cancer: A population-based case-control study in colombia and spain
N. Munoz;F. X. Bosch;S. de Sanjose;L. Tafur.
International Journal of Cancer (1992)
Time from HIV-1 seroconversion to AIDS and death before widespread use of highly-active antiretroviral therapy: a collaborative re-analysis
A Babiker;S Darby;D De Angelis;D Kwart.
The Lancet (2000)
Effectiveness of needle-exchange programmes for prevention of HIV infection
Susan F Hurley;Damien J Jolley;John M Kaldor.
The Lancet (1997)
An empirical approach to the statistical analysis of mutagenesis data from the Salmonella test
Leslie Bernstein;John Kaldor;Joyce McCann;Malcolm C. Pike.
Mutation Research/environmental Mutagenesis and Related Subjects (1982)
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