The Health Outcomes group investigates spatial and temporal analysis of diverse health outcomes throughout the life-course and access to health care in our focus cities. The group also works on quantifying links between housing and built environment, transportation, water and sanitation, and health services and these outcomes, directly as well as via intermediate exposures. As a part of this work, we also advance methods for high-resolution analysis of health outcomes in cities.
Particulate matter air pollution and national and county life expectancy loss in the USA: a spatiotemporal analysis
PLoS Medicine, 16, iss. 7, pp. e1002856, 2019.
Mortality risk and fine particulate air pollution in a large, representative cohort of US adults
Environmental Health Perspectives, 127, iss. 7, pp. 77007, 2019.
An evaluation of air quality, home heating and well-being under Beijing’s programme to eliminate household coal use
Nature Energy, 4, pp. 416–423, 2019.
Health inequalities – a challenge to current health policy. In Annual report of the Chief Medical Officer 2018, Health 2040: Better Health Within Reach
Department of Health and Social Care 2018.
BMJ, 363, iss. 1, pp. k3794, 2018.