Joseph W. Windsor
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Incidence of celiac disease is increasing over time: a systematic review and meta-analysis
JA King, J Jeong, FE Underwood, J Quan, N Panaccione, JW Windsor, ...
Official journal of the American College of Gastroenterology| ACG 115 (4 …, 2020
562020
Evolving epidemiology of IBD
JW Windsor, GG Kaplan
Current Gastroenterology Reports 21 (8), 1-9, 2019
552019
The impact of inflammatory bowel disease in Canada 2018: A scientific report from the Canadian gastro-intestinal epidemiology consortium to Crohn˘s and colitis Canada
EI Benchimol, CN Bernstein, A Bitton, SK Murthy, GC Nguyen, K Lee, ...
Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology 2 (Supplement_1), S1-S5, 2019
252019
The four epidemiological stages in the global evolution of inflammatory bowel disease
GG Kaplan, JW Windsor
Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology 18 (1), 56-66, 2021
212021
Trends in hospitalisation rates for inflammatory bowel disease in western versus newly industrialised countries: a population-based study of countries in the Organisation for …
JA King, FE Underwood, N Panaccione, J Quan, JW Windsor, PG Kotze, ...
The Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology 4 (4), 287-295, 2019
182019
Predicting prosodic structure by morphosyntactic category: A case study of Blackfoot
JW Windsor
Glossa 2 (1), 1, 2017
122017
Segmental targets versus lexical interference
SE Carroll, JW Windsor
Hamburg Studies on Linguistic Diversity (HSLD), 53, 2015
72015
The distribution of Irish locatives (seo, sin, siúd): DP, AP, or other?
JW Windsor
University of Calgary, 2014
62014
A unified analysis of three phrase-final phenomena in Blackfoot
JW Windsor, JL Cobler
Canadian Linguistics Association. University of Victoria: June 3, 2013
62013
When nothing exists: The role of zero in the prosodic hierarchy
JW Windsor
Graduate Studies, 2012
62012
Prosodic evidence for the syntactic constituency of demonstratives in Irish
JW Windsor
Proceedings of the 2016 annual conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association, 2016
42016
On the boundaries of Irish prosodic words
JW Windsor
University of Calgary, 2011
42011
A256 global incidence of acute pancreatitis through time: a systematic review
J Iannuzzi, J Leung, J Quan, F Underwood, JA King, JW Windsor, ...
Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology 2 (Supplement_2 …, 2019
32019
From phonology to syntax—and back again: Hierarchical structure in Irish and Blackfoot
JW Windsor
Graduate Studies, 2017
32017
Contrast, phonological features, and phonetic implementation: Aspiration in Blackfoot
J Windsor
University of Calgary, 2016
32016
P099 HOSPITALIZATIONS FOR IBD THROUGHOUT THE WORLD: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW WITH TEMPORAL ANALYSES
JW Windsor, M Buie, S Coward, JA King, J Quan, F Underwood, ...
Inflammatory Bowel Diseases 25 (Supplement_1), S47-S48, 2019
22019
Can unnatural stress patterns be learned: New evidence from Klingon
JW Windsor, R Stewart
22017
Ian Roberts. 2010. Agreement and head movement: Clitics, incorporation, and defective goals. In the series Linguistic Inquiry Monographs 59. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Pp. v+ …
JW Windsor
Canadian Journal of Linguistics/Revue canadienne de linguistique 59 (2), 287-291, 2014
22014
Data Visualization in the Era of COVID-19: An Interactive Map of the SECURE-IBD Registry
JW Windsor, FE Underwood, E Brenner, JF Colombel, MD Kappelman, ...
Official journal of the American College of Gastroenterology| ACG 115 (11 …, 2020
12020
A28 RELATIVE RATES OF ULCERATIVE COLITIS TO CROHN˘S DISEASE: PARALLEL EPIDEMIOLOGIES IN NEWLY VS. HIGHLY INDUSTRIALIZED COUNTRIES
JW Windsor, M Buie, S Coward, R Gearry, T Hansen, JA King, P Kotze, ...
Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology 3 (Supplement_1), 34-35, 2020
12020
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