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2017
Pedersen M., Andersen Z.J, Stafoggia M., Weinmayr G., Galassi C., Sørensen M., Eriksen K.T, Tjønneland A., Loft S., Jaensch A. et al..  2017.  Ambient air pollution and primary liver cancer incidence in four European cohorts within the ESCAPE project. Environ ResEnvironmental Research. 154:226-233.
Mostafavi N., Vlaanderen J., Portengen L., Chadeau-Hyam M., Modig L., Palli D., Bergdahl I.A, Brunekreef B., Vineis P., Hebels D.G et al..  2017.  Associations Between Genome-wide Gene Expression and Ambient Nitrogen Oxides. EpidemiologyEpidemiology. 28:320-328.
van Nunen E., Vermeulen R., Tsai M.Y, Probst-Hensch N., Ineichen A., Davey M., Imboden M., Ducret-Stich R., Naccarati A., Raffaele D. et al..  2017.  Land Use Regression Models for Ultrafine Particles in Six European Areas. Environ Sci TechnolEnvironmental Science & Technology. 51:3336-3345.
Andersen Z.J, Stafoggia M., Weinmayr G., Pedersen M., Galassi C., Jorgensen J.T, Oudin A., Forsberg B., Olsson D., Oftedal B. et al..  2017.  Long-Term Exposure to Ambient Air Pollution and Incidence of Postmenopausal Breast Cancer in 15 European Cohorts within the ESCAPE Project. Environ Health PerspectEnvironmental Health PerspectivesEnvironmental Health Perspectives. 125:107005.
Raaschou-Nielsen O., Pedersen M., Stafoggia M., Weinmayr G., Andersen Z.J, Galassi C., Sommar J., Forsberg B., Olsson D., Oftedal B. et al..  2017.  Outdoor air pollution and risk for kidney parenchyma cancer in 14 European cohorts. Int J CancerInternational Journal of Cancer. 140:1528-1537.
Heroux M.E, Anderson H.R, Atkinson R., Brunekreef B., Cohen A., Forastiere F., Hurley F., Katsouyanni K., Krewski D., Krzyzanowski M. et al..  2017.  Response to: Premature deaths attributed to ambient air pollutants: let us interpret the Robins-Greenland theorem correctly. Int J Public HealthInternational Journal of Public HealthInternational Journal of Public Health. 62:339-341.
Kerckhoffs J., Hoek G., Vlaanderen J., van Nunen E., Messier K., Brunekreef B., Gulliver J., Vermeulen R..  2017.  Robustness of intra urban land-use regression models for ultrafine particles and black carbon based on mobile monitoring. Environ ResEnvironmental ResearchEnvironmental Research. 159:500-508.
Temam S., Burte E., Adam M., Anto J.M, Basagaña X., Bousquet J., Carsin A.E, Galobardes B., Keidel D., Kunzli N. et al..  2017.  Socioeconomic position and outdoor nitrogen dioxide (NO2) exposure in Western Europe: A multi-city analysis. Environ IntEnvironment InternationalEnvironment International. 101:117-124.
2016
Guxens M., Ghassabian A., Gong T., Garcia-Esteban R., Porta D., Giorgis-Allemand L., Almqvist C., Aranbarri A., Beelen R., Badaloni C. et al..  2016.  Air Pollution Exposure during Pregnancy and Childhood Autistic Traits in Four European Population-Based Cohort Studies: The ESCAPE Project. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVESEnvironmental Health Perspectives. 124:133-140.
de Hoogh K., Gulliver J., Donkelaar A.V, Martin R.V, Marshall J.D, Bechle M.J, Cesaroni G., Pradas M.C, Dedele A., Eeftens M. et al..  2016.  Development of West-European PM2.5 and NO2 land use regression models incorporating satellite-derived and chemical transport modelling data. Environ ResEnvironmental Research. 151:1-10.
de Hoogh K., Gulliver J., van Donkelaar A., Martin R.V, Marshall J.D, Bechle M.J, Cesaroni G., M. Pradas C, Dedele A., Eeftens M. et al..  2016.  Development of West-European PM2.5 and NO2 land use regression models incorporating satellite-derived and chemical transport modelling data. ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCHEnvironmental Research. 151:1-10.
Raaschou-Nielsen O., Beelen R., Wang M., Hoek G., Andersen Z.J, Hoffmann B., Stafoggia M., Samoli E., Weinmayr G., Dimakopoulou K. et al..  2016.  Particulate matter air pollution components and risk for lung cancer. Environment InternationalEnvironment International. 87:66-73.
Heroux M.E, Brunekreef B., Anderson H.R, Atkinson R., Cohen A., Forastiere F., Hurley F., Katsouyanni K., Krewski D., Krzyzanowski M. et al..  2016.  Response to "Quantifying the health impacts of ambient air pollutants: methodological errors must be avoided". Int J Public HealthInternational Journal of Public HealthInternational Journal of Public Health. 61:387-8.