Susan Preston-Martin spends much of her time researching Epidemiology, Case-control study, Internal medicine, Cancer and Demography. Her research in Epidemiology intersects with topics in Tobacco smoke, Environmental health, Incidence, Public health and Pediatrics. Her Case-control study research includes elements of Odds ratio, Surgery, Physiology and Etiology.
Her study in Internal medicine is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Oncology and Glioma. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cancer research, Cell growth, Pharynx, Dentistry and Pathogenesis. Her Demography study combines topics in areas such as Cohort study, Relative risk, Restriction fragment length polymorphism, Tuberculosis and Cohort.
Epidemiology, Case-control study, Odds ratio, Internal medicine and Risk factor are her primary areas of study. Her Epidemiology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cancer, Incidence, Environmental health, Demography and Public health. Her Cancer study frequently links to related topics such as Pharynx.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Adenocarcinoma, Physiology, Thyroid cancer and Etiology in addition to Case-control study. Her Odds ratio study also includes
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Epidemiology, Internal medicine, Odds ratio, Case-control study and Risk factor. Susan Preston-Martin has researched Epidemiology in several fields, including Brain tumor, Incidence, Etiology and Public health. Her studies in Internal medicine integrate themes in fields like Immunology and Oncology.
Her work carried out in the field of Odds ratio brings together such families of science as Malignant meningioma, Surgery, Pediatrics and Confidence interval. Her Confidence interval research includes themes of Demography and Myeloid leukemia. Susan Preston-Martin combines subjects such as Pregnancy, Physiology and Environmental exposure, Environmental health with her study of Case-control study.
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Smoking and Drinking in Relation to Oral and Pharyngeal Cancer
William J. Blot;Joseph K. McLaughlin;Joseph K. McLaughlin;Deborah M. Winn;Donald F. Austin.
Cancer Research (1988)
INCREASED CELL DIVISION AS A CAUSE OF HUMAN CANCER
Susan Preston-Martin;Malcolm C. Pike;Ronald K. Ross;Peter A. Jones.
Cancer Research (1990)
The Women's Interagency HIV Study. WIHS Collaborative Study Group.
Susan E. Barkan;Sandra L. Melnick;Susan Preston-Martin;Kathleen Weber.
The descriptive epidemiology of craniopharyngioma
Greta R. Bunin;Tanya S. Surawicz;Philip A. Witman;Susan Preston-Martin.
Journal of Neurosurgery (1998)
Cancer Mortality Following Treatment for Adult Hyperthyroidism
Elaine Ron;Michele Morin Doody;David V. Becker;A. Bertrand Brill.
Dietary Factors in Oral and Pharyngeal Cancer
Joseph K. Mclaughlin;Gloria Gridley;Gladys Block;Deborah M. Winn.
Journal of the National Cancer Institute (1988)
N-Nitroso compounds and childhood brain tumors: a case-control study.
Susan Preston-Martin;Mimi C. Yu;Barbara Benton;Brian E. Henderson.
Cancer Research (1982)
A pooled analysis of case-control studies of thyroid cancer: cigarette smoking and consumption of alcohol, coffee, and tea.
Wendy J. Mack;Susan Preston-Martin;Luigino Dal Maso;Rosaria Galanti.
Cancer Causes & Control (2003)
Second Cancers Following Oral and Pharyngeal Cancers: Role of Tobacco and Alcohol
Gina L. Day;Gina L. Day;William J. Blot;Roy E. Shore;Joseph K. Mclauglin.
Journal of the National Cancer Institute (1994)
Childhood Leukemia and Parents' Occupational and Home Exposures
Ruth A. Lowengart;John M. Peters;Carla Cicioni;Jonathan Buckley.
Journal of the National Cancer Institute (1987)
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