2022 - Research.com Social Sciences and Humanities in Switzerland Leader Award
His primary areas of investigation include Demography, Socioeconomic status, Gerontology, Cause of death and Mortality rate. His work on Self-rated health is typically connected to Suicide prevention as part of general Demography study, connecting several disciplines of science. Matthias Bopp has researched Socioeconomic status in several fields, including Odds ratio and Census.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Socioeconomic inequalities, Life expectancy, Cohort study and Public health. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Cause of death, concentrating on Total mortality and intersecting with COPD, Pneumonia and Cause specific mortality. His Epidemiology research focuses on Longitudinal study and how it relates to Retrospective cohort study, Prospective cohort study and Cohort.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Demography, Gerontology, Public health, Mortality rate and Epidemiology. Matthias Bopp combines subjects such as Body mass index, Socioeconomic status and Obesity with his study of Demography. His work on Relative index of inequality as part of general Socioeconomic status study is frequently linked to Social class, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His research investigates the connection between Gerontology and topics such as Cohort study that intersect with issues in Cohort and Life expectancy. His Mortality rate research integrates issues from Census, Relative risk and Cause of death. Matthias Bopp regularly ties together related areas like Risk factor in his Epidemiology studies.
Matthias Bopp mostly deals with Demography, Epidemiology, Life expectancy, Proportional hazards model and Public health. Matthias Bopp works in the field of Demography, focusing on Mortality rate in particular. Matthias Bopp focuses mostly in the field of Mortality rate, narrowing it down to matters related to Relative risk and, in some cases, Cause of death.
His Epidemiology research incorporates elements of Registry data, Cancer, Ovarian cancer and Incidence. As a part of the same scientific family, Matthias Bopp mostly works in the field of Proportional hazards model, focusing on Hazard ratio and, on occasion, Cohort. His research in Public health tackles topics such as Demographic economics which are related to areas like Health economics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Demography, Epidemiology, Life expectancy, Socioeconomic inequalities and Socioeconomic position. His research integrates issues of All cause mortality, Disease mortality, Disease, Socioeconomic status and Malnutrition in his study of Demography. His All cause mortality research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cvd mortality, Confidence interval, Hazard ratio and Proportional hazards model.
His Disease research includes elements of Health services research, Logistic regression and Medical record. The various areas that Matthias Bopp examines in his Socioeconomic inequalities study include Register based, Cause specific mortality, Biological risk factors and Activity limitation. His Socioeconomic position study incorporates themes from Cardiovascular mortality, Ischaemic heart disease and Healthcare system.
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Use of the inactivated intranasal influenza vaccine and the risk of Bell's palsy in Switzerland.
Margot Mutsch;Weigong Zhou;Philip Rhodes;Matthias Bopp.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2004)
Educational inequalities in cause-specific mortality in middle-aged and older men and women in eight western European populations
Martijn Huisman;Anton Kunst;Matthias Bopp;Jens Kristian Borgan.
The Lancet (2005)
Methods of suicide: international suicide patterns derived from the WHO mortality database
Vladeta Ajdacic-Gross;Mitchell G Weiss;Mariann Ring;Urs Hepp.
Bulletin of The World Health Organization (2008)
Socioeconomic inequalities in mortality among elderly people in 11 European populations
Martijn Huisman;Anton Kunst;Otto Andersen;Matthias Bopp.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2004)
Changes in mortality inequalities over two decades: register based study of European countries.
Johan P Mackenbach;Ivana Kulhánová;Barbara Artnik;Matthias Bopp.
Socioeconomic inequalities in diabetes mellitus across Europe at the beginning of the 21st century
Albert Espelt;Carme Borrell;Albert-Jan Roskam;Maica Rodriguez-Sanz.
Trends in inequalities in premature mortality: a study of 3.2 million deaths in 13 European countries
Johan P Mackenbach;Ivana Kulhánová;Gwenn Menvielle;Matthias Bopp.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2015)
Socioeconomic status and ischaemic heart disease mortality in 10 western European populations during the 1990s
Mauricio Avendano;Anton E Kunst;Martijn Huisman;Frank V Lenthe.
Inequalities in lung cancer mortality by the educational level in 10 European populations.
Johan P. Mackenbach;Martijn Huisman;Otto Andersen;Matthias Bopp.
European Journal of Cancer (2004)
Variations in the relation between education and cause-specific mortality in 19 European populations: a test of the "fundamental causes" theory of social inequalities in health.
Johan P. Mackenbach;Ivana Kulhánová;Matthias Bopp;Patrick Deboosere.
Social Science & Medicine (2015)
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