Brian S. Schwartz
Brian S. Schwartz
Professor of Environmental Health and Engineering, Epidemiology, and Medicine, Johns Hopkins
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Epidemiology of tension-type headache
BS Schwartz, WF Stewart, D Simon, RB Lipton
Jama 279 (5), 381-383, 1998
9081998
The built environment and obesity: a systematic review of the epidemiologic evidence
J Feng, TA Glass, FC Curriero, WF Stewart, BS Schwartz
Health & place 16 (2), 175-190, 2010
7762010
Ethnic differences in the prevalence of the homozygous deleted genotype of glutathione S-transferase theta
HH Nelson, JK Wiencke, DC Christiani, TJ Cheng, ZF Zuo, BS Schwartz, ...
Carcinogenesis 16 (5), 1243-1246, 1995
4241995
Dose-related effects of cigarette smoking on olfactory function
RE Frye, BS Schwartz, RL Doty
Jama 263 (9), 1233-1236, 1990
3931990
Arsenic exposure and cardiovascular disease: a systematic review of the epidemiologic evidence
A Navas-Acien, AR Sharrett, EK Silbergeld, BS Schwartz, KE Nachman, ...
American journal of epidemiology 162 (11), 1037-1049, 2005
3802005
Association of blood lead and tibia lead with blood pressure and hypertension in a community sample of older adults
D Martin, TA Glass, K Bandeen-Roche, AC Todd, W Shi, BS Schwartz
American Journal of Epidemiology 163 (5), 467-478, 2006
3362006
Environmental risk factors for Lyme disease identified with geographic information systems.
GE Glass, BS Schwartz, JM Morgan III, DT Johnson, PM Noy, E Israel
American journal of public health 85 (7), 944-948, 1995
3341995
Recommendations for medical management of adult lead exposure
MJ Kosnett, RP Wedeen, SJ Rothenberg, KL Hipkins, BL Materna, ...
Environmental health perspectives 115 (3), 463-471, 2007
3322007
Lost workdays and decreased work effectiveness associated with headache in the workplace
BS Schwartz, WF Stewart, RB Lipton
Journal of occupational and environmental medicine 39 (4), 320-327, 1997
3241997
The epidemiology of lead toxicity in adults: measuring dose and consideration of other methodologic issues
H Hu, R Shih, S Rothenberg, BS Schwartz
Environmental health perspectives 115 (3), 455-462, 2007
2802007
Associations of salivary cortisol with cognitive function in the Baltimore memory study
BK Lee, TA Glass, MJ McAtee, GS Wand, K Bandeen-Roche, KI Bolla, ...
Archives of general psychiatry 64 (7), 810-818, 2007
2472007
Cumulative lead dose and cognitive function in adults: a review of studies that measured both blood lead and bone lead
RA Shih, H Hu, MG Weisskopf, BS Schwartz
Environmental Health Perspectives 115 (3), 483-492, 2007
2432007
Past adult lead exposure is associated with longitudinal decline in cognitive function
BS Schwartz, WF Stewart, KI Bolla, D Simon, K Bandeen-Roche, ...
Neurology 55 (8), 1144-1150, 2000
2352000
Ethnic variation in the prevalence of a common NAD (P) H quinone oxidoreductase polymorphism and its implications for anti-cancer chemotherapy
KT Kelsey, D Ross, RD Traver, DC Christiani, ZF Zuo, MR Spitz, M Wang, ...
British journal of cancer 76 (7), 852-854, 1997
2161997
Prevention of Lyme disease after tick bites: a cost-effectiveness analysis
D Magid, B Schwartz, J Craft, JS Schwartz
New England Journal of Medicine 327 (8), 534-541, 1992
2021992
Homocysteine and cognitive function in a population‐based study of older adults
JH Schafer, TA Glass, KI Bolla, M Mintz, AE Jedlicka, BS Schwartz
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 53 (3), 381-388, 2005
1862005
Using electronic health records for population health research: a review of methods and applications
JA Casey, BS Schwartz, WF Stewart, NE Adler
Annual review of public health 37, 2016
1812016
Past adult lead exposure is linked to neurodegeneration measured by brain MRI
WF Stewart, BS Schwartz, C Davatzikos, D Shen, D Liu, X Wu, AC Todd, ...
Neurology 66 (10), 1476-1484, 2006
1782006
Antibody Testing in Lyme Disease A Comparison of Results in Four Laboratories
BS Schwartz, MD Goldstein, JMC Ribeiro, TL Schulze, SI Shahied
JAMA 262 (24), 3431-3434, 1989
1611989
Associations of blood lead, dimercaptosuccinic acid-chelatable lead, and tibia lead with polymorphisms in the vitamin D receptor and [delta]-aminolevulinic acid dehydratase genes.
BS Schwartz, BK Lee, GS Lee, WF Stewart, D Simon, K Kelsey, AC Todd
Environmental health perspectives 108 (10), 949-954, 2000
1582000
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