Professor John Lynch

John Lynch
Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health
School of Public Health
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences

John Lynch is Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health at the University of Adelaide, South Australia. He is a Visiting Professor of Epidemiology in the School of Social and Community Medicine at the University of Bristol in the UK. He spent 20 years working in North America and before returning to Australia in 2009 he held professorial positions at the University of Michigan in the USA, and at McGill University in Canada.

He is an internationally recognized scholar in epidemiology and public health. In 2005 he was awarded a Canada Research Chair in Population Health. In 2007 his work in social epidemiology and public health was recognized with an Honorary Doctoral Degree in Medical Science from the University of Copenhagen. In 2009 he was awarded a prestigious NHMRC Australia Fellowship. In 2015 he was elected as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences.

He has over 300 publications with a Scopus H-Index of 70. In 2014, 2015 and 2016 he received Thomson Reuters’ “World's Highly Cited Researcher” status that places him in the top 1% of cited scientists internationally in his field.

Since 2010, he was Chief Investigator A or B on over $10 million in NHMRC competitive research funding. In total over that period, he was a Chief Investigator on successful competitive research grants worth over $22 million. He leads an NHMRC funded Centre for Research Excellence (2015-2020) called "EMPOWER: Health systems, disadvantage and child well-being" that is designed to improve health system capacity to respond to disadvantaged children's circumstances and enhance their health and development.

He currently serves on 5 international, 7 national and 6 local scientific advisory groups. He was an editor of the highly ranked International Journal of Epidemiology from 2005 to 2016.

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Professor John Lynch

John Lynch is Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health at the University of Adelaide, South Australia. He is a Visiting Professor of Epidemiology in the School of Social and Community Medicine at the University of Bristol in the UK. He spent 20 years working in North America and before returning to Australia in 2009 he held professorial positions at the University of Michigan in the USA, and at McGill University in Canada.

He is an internationally recognized scholar in epidemiology and public health. In 2005 he was awarded a Canada Research Chair in Population Health. In 2007 his work in social epidemiology and public health was recognized with an Honorary Doctoral Degree in Medical Science from the University of Copenhagen. In 2009 he was awarded a prestigious NHMRC Australia Fellowship. In 2015 he was elected as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences.

He has over 300 publications with a Scopus H-Index of 70. In 2014, 2015 and 2016 he received Thomson Reuters’ “World's Highly Cited Researcher” status that places him in the top 1% of cited scientists internationally in his field.

Since 2010, he was Chief Investigator A or B on over $10 million in NHMRC competitive research funding. In total over that period, he was a Chief Investigator on successful competitive research grants worth over $22 million. He leads an NHMRC funded Centre for Research Excellence (2015-2020) called "EMPOWER: Health systems, disadvantage and child well-being" that is designed to improve health system capacity to respond to disadvantaged children's circumstances and enhance their health and development.

He currently serves on 5 international, 7 national and 6 local scientific advisory groups. He was an editor of the highly ranked International Journal of Epidemiology from 2005 to 2016.

Research Interests

  • Child health and development
  • Social and health inequality
  • Pragmatic RCTs of early life interventions
  • Information systems to enhance evidence-based public health
  • Translational health science across research, policy and practice
Current research projects in the areas of: 
  • Evidence for interventions to reduce inequalities in child health and development
  • Using linked data to monitor population health and interventions to reduce inequalities in child health and development
  • Cognitive and non-cognitive characteristics, child health, child development, health behaviours and trajectories of human capability formation
  • Predictive validity of routinely collected perinatal data for child development
  • Pragmatic RCTs of nurse-lead programs to support parenting
  • Internet-based parental support for infant and child development

Appointments

Date Position Institution name
2015 Head, Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics University of Adelaide
2013 - 2015 Director, DMAC University of Adelaide
2011 Professor Epidemiology and Public Health University of Adelaide
2009 - 2015 NHMRC Australian Fellow National Health and Medical Research Council
2009 - 2011 Professor of Epidemiology University of South Australia
2008 - 2008 Senior Principal Research Fellow (Declined) National Health and Medical Research Council
2008 Visiting Professor of Epidemiology University of Bristol
2007 Adjunct Professor and Honorary Doctor of Medical Science University of Copenhagen
2005 - 2008 Professor of Epidemiology McGill University
2005 - 2008 Canada Research Chair Population Health
2001 - 2005 Associate Professor University of Michigan Health System

Awards and Achievements

Date Type Title Institution Name Amount
2016 Award World’s Highly Cited Researcher
2015 Fellowship Fellow Australian Academy Health & Medical Sciences AAHMS
2015 Award World’s Highly Cited Researcher
2014 Achievement World’s Highly Cited Researcher
2007 Honour Honorary Doctorate University of Copenhagen

Education

Date Institution name Country Title
University of Western Australia Australia M.Ed.
University of Copenhagen Denmark Dr. Med. Sci. (Hon)
University California at Berkeley USA PhD
University California at Berkely USA MPH

Research Interests

Epidemiology, Health Information Systems, Paediatrics and Reproductive Medicine, Preventive Medicine, Public Health and Health Services, Pregnancy and Birth, Child and Adolescent Health, Indigenous and Disadvantaged Health, Translational Health Outcomes

Journals

Year Citation
2017 Moreno-Betancur, M., Koplin, J. J., Ponsonby, A. -. L., Lynch, J. & Carlin, J. B. (2017). Measuring the impact of differences in risk factor distributions on cross-population differences in disease occurrence: a causal approach.. International journal of epidemiology, -.
10.1093/ije/dyx194
2017 Searle, A., Smithers, L., Chittleborough, C., Gregory, T. & Lynch, J. (2017). Gestational age and school achievement: A population study. Archives of Disease in Childhood: Fetal and Neonatal Edition, 102, 5, F409-F416.
10.1136/archdischild-2016-310950
2017 Smithers, L., Mol, B., Jamieson, L. & Lynch, J. (2017). Cesarean birth is not associated with early childhood body mass index. Pediatric Obesity, 12, Suppl. 1, 120-124.
10.1111/ijpo.12180
2017 Maika, A., Mittinty, M., Brinkman, S. & Lynch, J. (2017). Associations of early- and later-childhood poverty with child cognitive function in Indonesia: effect decomposition in the presence of exposure-induced mediator-outcome confounding. American Journal of Epidemiology, 185, 10, 879-887.
10.1093/aje/kww195
2017 Chong, S., Chittleborough, C., Gregory, T., Lynch, J., Mittinty, M. & Smithers, L. (2017). Associations of parental food-choice control and use of food to soothe with adiposity in childhood and adolescence. Appetite, 113, 71-77.
10.1016/j.appet.2017.02.018
2017 Ewerling, F., Lynch, J., Victora, C., van Eerdewijk, A., Tyszler, M. & Barros, A. (2017). The SWPER index for women's empowerment in Africa: development and validation of an index based on survey data. The Lancet Global Health, 5, 9, e916-e923.
10.1016/S2214-109X(17)30292-9
2017 Sawyer, M., Reece, C., Bowering, K., Jeffs, D., Sawyer, A., Mittinty, M. & Lynch, J. (2017). Nurse-moderated internet-based support for new mothers: Non-inferiority, randomized controlled trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 19, 7, -.
10.2196/jmir.6839
2017 Bahk, J., Lynch, J. & Khang, Y. (2017). Forty years of economic growth and plummeting mortality: The mortality experience of the poorly educated in South Korea. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 71, 3, 282-288.
10.1136/jech-2016-207707
2016 Blakely, T., Lynch, J. & Bentley, R. (2016). Commentary: DAGs and the restricted potential outcomes approach are tools, not theories of causation. International Journal of Epidemiology, 45, 6, 1835-1837.
10.1093/ije/dyw228
2016 Pearce, A., Sawyer, A., Chittleborough, C., Mittinty, M., Law, C. & Lynch, J. (2016). Do early life cognitive ability and self-regulation skills explain socio-economic inequalities in academic achievement? An effect decomposition analysis in UK and Australian cohorts. Social Science and Medicine, 165, -, 108-118.
10.1016/j.socscimed.2016.07.016
2016 Guthridge, S., Li, L., Silburn, S., Li, S. Q., McKenzie, J. & Lynch, J. (2016). Early influences on developmental outcomes among children, at age 5, in Australia's Northern Territory. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 35, 124-134.
10.1016/j.ecresq.2015.12.008
2016 Campbell, K., Hesketh, K., McNaughton, S., Ball, K., McCallum, Z., Lynch, J. & Crawford, D. (2016). The extended Infant Feeding, Activity and Nutrition Trial (InFANT Extend) Program: a cluster-randomized controlled trial of an early intervention to prevent childhood obesity Energy balance-related behaviors. BMC Public Health, 16, 1, 166-166.
10.1186/s12889-016-2836-0
2016 Sawyer, M., Reece, C., Bowering, K., Jeffs, D., Sawyer, A., Peters, J. ... Lynch, J. (2016). Usage, adherence and attrition: how new mothers engage with a nurse-moderated web-based intervention to support maternal and infant health. A 9-month observational study. BMJ Open, 6, 8, e009967-1-e009967-11.
10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009967
2016 Chong, S., Chittleborough, C., Gregory, T., Mittinty, M., Lynch, J. & Smithers, L. (2016). Parenting practices at 24 to 47 Months and IQ at age 8: effect-measure modification by infant temperament. J. Scott (Ed.). PLoS One, 11, 3, e0152452-1-e0152452-16.
10.1371/journal.pone.0152452
2016 Pearce, A., Scalzi, D., Lynch, J. & Smithers, L. (2016). Do thin, overweight and obese children have poorer development than their healthy-weight peers at the start of school? Findings from a South Australian data linkage study. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 35, 85-94.
10.1016/j.ecresq.2015.10.007
2016 Falster, K., Banks, E., Lujic, S., Falster, M., Lynch, J., Zwi, K. ... Jorm, L. (2016). Inequalities in pediatric avoidable hospitalizations between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal children in Australia: A population data linkage study. BMC Pediatrics, 16, 1, 169-169.
10.1186/s12887-016-0706-7
2016 Smithers, L., Mol, B., Wilkinson, C. & Lynch, J. (2016). Implications of caesarean section for children's school achievement: a population-based study. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 56, 4, 374-380.
10.1111/ajo.12475
2016 Chittleborough, C., Searle, A., Smithers, L., Brinkman, S. & Lynch, J. (2016). How well can poor child development be predicted from early life characteristics?: A whole-of-population data linkage study. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 35, 19-30.
10.1016/j.ecresq.2015.10.006
2016 Gialamas, A., Pilkington, R., Berry, J., Scalzi, D., Gibson, O., Brown, A. & Lynch, J. (2016). Identification of Aboriginal children using linked administrative data: consequences for measuring inequalities. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 52, 5, 534-540.
10.1111/jpc.13132
2016 Russell, C., Taki, S., Laws, R., Azadi, L., Campbell, K., Elliott, R. ... Denney-Wilson, E. (2016). Effects of parent and child behaviours on overweight and obesity in infants and young children from disadvantaged backgrounds: Systematic review with narrative synthesis Energy balance-related behaviors. BMC Public Health, 16, 1, 1-13.
10.1186/s12889-016-2801-y
2015 Gialamas, A., Mittinty, M., Sawyer, M., Zubrick, S. & Lynch, J. (2015). Time spent in different types of childcare and children's development at school entry: an Australian longitudinal study. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 100, 3, 226-232.
10.1136/archdischild-2014-306626
2015 Hosseinpoor, A., Bergen, N., Koller, T., Prasad, A., Schlotheuber, A., Valentine, N. ... Vega, J. (2015). Equity-oriented monitoring in the context of universal health coverage. Revista Panamericana de Salud Publica/Pan American Journal of Public Health, 38, 1, 17-27.
2015 Beckmann, K., Duffy, S., Lynch, J., Hiller, J., Farshid, G. & Roder, D. (2015). Estimates of over-diagnosis of breast cancer due to population-based mammography screening in South Australia after adjustment for lead time effects. Journal of medical screening, 22, 3, 127-135.
10.1177/0969141315573978
2015 Pearce, A., Marshall, H., Bedford, H. & Lynch, J. (2015). Barriers to childhood immunisation: findings from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children. Vaccine, 33, 29, 3377-3383.
10.1016/j.vaccine.2015.04.089
2015 Gialamas, A., Mittinty, M., Sawyer, M., Zubrick, S. & Lynch, J. (2015). Social inequalities in childcare quality and their effects on children's development at school entry: findings from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 69, 9, 841-848.
10.1136/jech-2014-205031
2015 Beckmann, K., Lynch, J., Hiller, J., Farshid, G., Houssami, N., Duffy, S. & Roder, D. (2015). A novel case-control design to estimate the extent of over-diagnosis of breast cancer due to organised population-based mammography screening. International Journal of Cancer, 136, 6, 1411-1421.
10.1002/ijc.29124
2015 Smithers, L., Kramer, M. & Lynch, J. (2015). Effects of breastfeeding on obesity and intelligence: causal insights from different study designs. JAMA Pediatrics, 169, 8, 707-708.
10.1001/jamapediatrics.2015.0175
2015 Sawyer, M., Erskine, H., Sawyer, A., Morrissey, M. & Lynch, J. (2015). Childhood mental disorders: a forgotten problem?. The Australian and New Zealand journal of psychiatry, 49, 9, 774-775.
10.1177/0004867415592958
2015 Beckmann, K., Lynch, J., Hiller, J., Farshid, G., Duffy, S. & Roder, D. (2015). Estimating over-diagnosis of breast cancer (Authors' Reply). International Journal of Cancer, 136, 10, 2487-2487.
10.1002/ijc.29271
2015 Sawyer, A., Miller-Lewis, L., Searle, A., Sawyer, M. & Lynch, J. (2015). Is greater improvement in early self-regulation associated with fewer behavioral problems later in childhood?. Developmental Psychology, 51, 12, 1740-1755.
10.1037/a0039829
2015 Sawyer, A., Chittleborough, C., Mittinty, M., Miller-Lewis, L., Sawyer, M., Sullivan, T. & Lynch, J. (2015). Are trajectories of self-regulation abilities from ages 2-3 to 6-7 associated with academic achievement in the early school years?. Child: Care, Health and Development, 41, 5, 744-754.
10.1111/cch.12208
2015 Chong, S., Chittleborough, C., Gregory, T., Lynch, J. & Smithers, L. (2015). How many infants are temperamentally difficult? Comparing norms from the revised Infant temperament questionnaire to a population sample of UK infants. Infant Behavior and Development, 40, 20-28.
10.1016/j.infbeh.2015.04.001
2015 Denney-Wilson, E., Laws, R., Russell, C., Ong, K., Taki, S., Elliot, R. ... J Campbell, K. (2015). Preventing obesity in infants: the Growing healthy feasibility trial protocol. BMJ Open, 5, 11, e009258-1-e009258-13.
10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009258
2015 Guthridge, S., Li, L., Silburn, S., Li, S., McKenzie, J. & Lynch, J. (2015). Impact of perinatal health and socio-demographic factors on school education outcomes: a population study of Indigenous and non-Indigenous children in the Northern Territory. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 51, 8, 778-786.
10.1111/jpc.12852
2015 Smithers, L., Chong, S., Chittleborough, C., Gregory, T. & Lynch, J. (2015). Authors respond to the commentary on Chong et al. "How many infants are temperamentally difficult?" (40 (2015) 20-28). Infant Behavior and Development, 41, 164-166.
10.1016/j.infbeh.2015.10.007
2015 Falster, K., Jorm, L., Eades, S., Lynch, J., Banks, E., Brownell, M. ... Chilvers, M. (2015). What factors contribute to positive early childhood health and development in Australian Aboriginal children? Protocol for a population-based cohort study using linked administrative data (The Seeding Success Study). BMJ Open, 5, 5, e007898-1-e007898-14.
10.1136/bmjopen-2015-007898
2015 Laws, R., Campbell, K., Pligt, P., Ball, K., Lynch, J., Russell, G. ... Denney-Wilson, E. (2015). Obesity prevention in early life: An opportunity to better support the role of Maternal and Child Health Nurses in Australia. BMC Nursing, 14, 1, 26-26.
10.1186/s12912-015-0077-7
2015 Maika, A., Mittinty, M., Brinkman, S. & Lynch, J. (2015). Effect on child cognitive function of increasing household expenditure in Indonesia: application of a marginal structural model and simulation of a cash transfer programme. International journal of epidemiology, 44, 1, 218-228.
10.1093/ije/dyu264
2015 Smithers, L., Searle, A., Chittleborough, C., Scheil, W., Brinkman, S. & Lynch, J. (2015). A whole-of-population study of term and post-term gestational age at birth and children's development. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 122, 10, 1303-1311.
10.1111/1471-0528.13324
2014 Sawyer, M., Pfeiffer, S., Sawyer, A., Bowering, K., Jeffs, D. & Lynch, J. (2014). Effectiveness of nurse home visiting for families in rural South Australia. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 50, 12, 1013-1022.
10.1111/jpc.12679
2014 Laws, R., Campbell, K., van der Pligt, P., Russell, G., Ball, K., Lynch, J. ... Denney-Wilson, E. (2014). The impact of interventions to prevent obesity or improve obesity related behaviours in children (0-5 years) from socioeconomically disadvantaged and/or indigenous families: a systematic review. BMC Public Health, 14, Aug, 779-1-779-18.
10.1186/1471-2458-14-779
2014 Guthridge, S., Ryan, P., Condon, J., Moss, J. & Lynch, J. (2014). Trends in hospital admissions for conditions associated with child maltreatment, Northern Territory, 1999-2010. Medical Journal of Australia, 201, 3, 162-166.
10.5694/mja14.00015
2014 Manuel, D., Ho, T., Harper, S., Anderson, G., Lynch, J. & Rosella, L. (2014). Modelling preventive effectiveness to estimate the equity tipping point: at what coverage can individual preventive interventions reduce socioeconomic disparities in diabetes risk?. Chronic Diseases and Injuries in Canada, 34, 2-3, 94-102.
2014 Smithers, L. G., Gialamas, A., Scheil, W., Brinkman, S. & Lynch, J. W. (2014). Anaemia of pregnancy, perinatal outcomes and children's developmental vulnerability: a whole-of-population study. Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology, 28, 5, 381-390.
10.1111/ppe.12149
2014 Chittleborough, C., Mittinty, M., Lawlor, D. & Lynch, J. (2014). Effects of simulated interventions to improve school entry academic skills on socioeconomic inequalities in educational achievement. Child development, 85, 6, 2247-2262.
10.1111/cdev.12309
2014 Peters, J., Parletta, N., Lynch, J. & Campbell, K. (2014). A comparison of parental views of their pre-school children's 'healthy' versus 'unhealthy' diets. A qualitative study. Appetite, 76, 129-136.
10.1016/j.appet.2014.02.001
2014 Harper, S., King, N., Meersman, S., Reichman, M., Breen, N. & Lynch, J. (2014). Juicios de valor implícitos en la medición de las desigualdades en salud. Revista Panamericana De Salud Publica, 35, 4, 293-304.
2014 Gialamas, A., Sawyer, A., Mittinty, M., Zubrick, S., Sawyer, M. & Lynch, J. (2014). Quality of childcare influences children's attentiveness and emotional regulation at school entry. Journal of Pediatrics, 165, 4, 813-819.e3.
10.1016/j.jpeds.2014.06.011
2014 Sawyer, A. C. P., Lynch, J., Bowering, K., Jeffs, D., Clark, J., Mpundu-Kaambwa, C. & Sawyer, M. G. (2014). An equivalence evaluation of a nurse-moderated group-based internet support program for new mothers versus standard care: a pragmatic preference randomised controlled trial. BMC Pediatrics, 14, 119-1-119-8.
10.1186/1471-2431-14-119
2014 Hosseinpoor, A., Bergen, N., Koller, T., Prasad, A., Schlotheuber, A., Valentine, N. ... Vega, J. (2014). Equity-oriented monitoring in the context of Universal Health Coverage. PLoS Medicine, 11, 9, e1001727-1-e1001727-9.
10.1371/journal.pmed.1001727
2014 Harper, S., Strumpf, E., Burris, S., Smith, G. & Lynch, J. (2014). The effect of mandatory seat belt laws on seat belt use by socioeconomic position. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 33, 1, 141-U422.
10.1002/pam.21735
2014 Sawyer, A., Chittleborough, C., Lynch, J., Baghurst, P., Mittinty, N., Kaim, A. & Sawyer, M. (2014). Can screening 4-5 year olds accurately identify children who will have teacher-reported mental health problems when children are ages 6-7 years?. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 48, 6, 554-563.
10.1177/0004867413514491
2014 Peters, J., Parletta, N., Campbell, K. & Lynch, J. (2014). Parental influences on the diets of 2- to 5-year-old children: Systematic review of qualitative research. Journal of Early Childhood Research, 12, 1, 3-19.
10.1177/1476718X13492940
2014 Watson, M., Lynch, J., D'Onise, K. & Brotherton, J. (2014). Barriers to better three-dose coverage with HPV vaccination in school-based programs. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 38, 1, 91-92.
10.1111/1753-6405.12149
2014 Brinkman, S., Gregory, T., Goldfeld, S., Lynch, J. & Hardy, M. (2014). Data resource profile: the Australian Early Development Index (AEDI). International Journal of Epidemiology, 43, 4, 1089-1096.
10.1093/ije/dyu085
2014 Beckmann, K., Roder, D., Hiller, J., Farshid, G. & Lynch, J. (2014). Influence of mammographic screening on breast cancer incidence trends in South Australia. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention (APJCP), 15, 7, 3105-3112.
10.7314/APJCP.2014.15.7.3105
2014 Gialamas, A., Mittinty, N., Sawyer, M., Zubrick, S. & Lynch, J. (2014). Child care quality and children's cognitive and socio-emotional development: an Australian longitudinal study. Early Child Development and Care, 184, 7, 977-997.
10.1080/03004430.2013.847835
2014 Miller-Lewis, L. R., Sawyer, A. C., Searle, A. K., Mittinty, M. N., Sawyer, M. G. & Lynch, J. W. (2014). Student-teacher relationship trajectories and mental health problems in young children. BMC Psychology, 2, 1, 27-1-27-18.
10.1186/s40359-014-0027-2
2014 Smithers, L., Lynch, J. & Merlin, T. (2014). Industry self-regulation and TV advertising of foods to Australian children. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 50, 5, 386-392.
10.1111/jpc.12488
2013 Golley, R., Smithers, L., Mittinty, N., Emmett, P., Northstone, K. & Lynch, J. (2013). Diet quality of UK infants is associated with dietary, adiposity, cardiovascular, and cognitive outcomes measured at 7-8 years of age. Journal of Nutrition, 143, 10, 1611-1617.
10.3945/jn.112.170605
2013 Beckmann, K., Farshid, G., Roder, D., Hiller, J. & Lynch, J. (2013). Impact of hormone replacement therapy use on mammographic screening outcomes. Cancer Causes & Control, 24, 7, 1417-1426.
10.1007/s10552-013-0221-1
2013 Smithers, L., Merlin, T. & Lynch, J. (2013). The impact of industry self-regulation on television marketing of unhealthy food and beverages to Australian children. Medical Journal of Australia, 199, 3, 148-149.
10.5694/mja13.10562
2013 Smithers, L., Lynch, J., Yang, S., Dahhou, M. & Kramer, M. (2013). Impact of neonatal growth on IQ and behavior at early school age. Pediatrics, 132, 1, 53-60.
10.1542/peds.2012-3497
2013 Andersen, M., Oksbjerg Dalton, S., Lynch, J., Johansen, C. & Holtug, N. (2013). Social inequality in health, responsibility and egalitarian justice. Journal of Public Health (Print Edition), 35, 1, 4-8.
10.1093/pubmed/fdt012
2013 Smithers, L., Golley, R., Mittinty, N., Brazionis, L., Northstone, K., Emmett, P. & Lynch, J. (2013). Do dietary trajectories between infancy and toddlerhood influence IQ in childhood and adolescence? Results from a prospective birth cohort study. PLoS One, 8, 3, 1-9.
10.1371/journal.pone.0058904
2013 Maika, A., Mittinty, N., Brinkman, S., Harper, S., Satriawan, E. & Lynch, J. (2013). Changes in socioeconomic inequality in Indonesian children's cognitive function from 2000 to 2007: a decomposition analysis. PLoS One, 8, 10, e78809-1-e78809-9.
10.1371/journal.pone.0078809
2013 Pham, C., Gill, T., Hoon, E., Rahman, M., Whitford, D., Lynch, J. & Beilby, J. (2013). Profiling bone and joint problems and health service use in an Australian regional population: The Port Lincoln Health Study. Australian Health Review, 37, 4, 504-512.
10.1071/AH13064
2013 Beckmann, K., Roder, D., Hiller, J., Farshid, G. & Lynch, J. (2013). Do breast cancer risk factors differ among those who do and do not undertake mammography screening?. Journal of Medical Screening, 20, 4, 208-219.
10.1177/0969141313510293
2013 Smithers, L., Chittleborough, C., Stocks, N., Sawyer, M. & Lynch, J. (2013). Can items used in 4-year-old well-child visits predict children's health and school outcomes?. Maternal and Child Health Journal, In Press, 6, 1-9.
10.1007/s10995-013-1369-8
2013 Di Cesare, M., Khang, Y., Asaria, P., Blakely, T., Cowan, M., Farzadfar, F. ... Ezzati, M. (2013). Inequalities in non-communicable diseases and effective responses. Lancet, 381, 9866, 585-597.
10.1016/S0140-6736(12)61851-0
2013 Sawyer, M., Frost, L., Bowering, K. & Lynch, J. (2013). Effectiveness of nurse home-visiting for disadvantaged families: results of a natural experiment. BMJ Open, 3, 4, 1-9.
10.1136/bmjopen-2013-002720
2013 Campbell, S., Lynch, J., Esterman, A. & McDermott, R. (2013). Pre-pregnancy predictors of hypertension in pregnancy among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in north Queensland, Australia; a prospective cohort study. BMC Public Health, 13, 138, 1-9.
10.1186/1471-2458-13-138
2013 Rai, D., Zitko, P., Jones, K., Lynch, J. & Araya, R. (2013). Country- and individual-level socioeconomic determinants of depression: multilevel cross-national comparison. British Journal of Psychiatry, 202, 3, 195-203.
10.1192/bjp.bp.112.112482
2013 Mittinty, N., Golley, R., Smithers, L., Brazionis, L. & Lynch, J. (2013). A preference based measure of complementary feeding quality: Application to the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children. PLoS One, 8, 10, 1-10.
10.1371/journal.pone.0076111
2013 Sawyer, M., Barnes, J., Frost, L., Jeffs, D., Bowering, K. & Lynch, J. (2013). Nurse perceptions of family home-visiting programmes in Australia and England. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 49, 5, 369-374.
10.1111/jpc.12197
2013 Brazionis, L., Golley, R., Mittinty, N., Smithers, L., Emmett, P., Northstone, K. & Lynch, J. (2013). Diet spanning infancy and toddlerhood is associated with child blood pressure at age 7.5 y. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 97, 6, 1375-1386.
10.3945/ajcn.112.038489
2012 Sawyer, M., Borojevic, N., Ettridge, K., Spence, S., Sheffield, J. & Lynch, J. (2012). Do help-seeking intentions during early adolescence vary for adolescents experiencing different levels of depressive symptoms?. Journal of Adolescent Health, 50, 3, 236-242.
10.1016/j.jadohealth.2011.06.009
2012 Brazionis, L., Golley, R., Mittinty, N., Smithers, L., Emmett, P., Northstone, K. & Lynch, J. (2012). Characterization of transition diets spanning infancy and toddlerhood: a novel, multiple-time-point application of principal components analysis. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 95, 5, 1200-1208.
10.3945/ajcn.111.026575
2012 Smithers, L., Golley, R., Mittinty, N., Brazionis, L., Northstone, K., Emmett, P. & Lynch, J. (2012). Dietary patterns at 6, 15 and 24 months of age are associated with IQ at 8 years of age. European Journal of Epidemiology, 27, 7, 525-535.
10.1007/s10654-012-9715-5
2012 Brinkman, S., Gialamas, A., Rahman, A., Mittinty, N., Gregory, T., Silburn, S. ... Lynch, J. (2012). Jurisdictional, socioeconomic and gender inequalities in child health and development: analysis of a national census of 5-year-olds in Australia. BMJ Open, 2, 5, 1-14.
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2012 Golley, R., Smithers, L., Mittinty, N., Brazionis, L., Emmett, P., Northstone, K. ... Lynch, J. (2012). An index measuring adherence to complementary feeding guidelines has convergent validity as a measure of infant diet quality. Journal of Nutrition, 142, 5, 901-908.
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2012 Muntaner, C., Lynch, J. & Davey Smith, G. (2012). Erratum. Social capital, disorganized communities, and the third way: Understanding the retreat from structural inequalities in epidemiology and public health (International Journal of Health Services (2001) 31:2 (213-237)). International Journal of Health Services, 42, 2, 359-359.
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2012 Campbell, S., Lynch, J., Esterman, A. & McDermott, R. (2012). Pre-pregnancy predictors of diabetes in pregnancy among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in North Queensland, Australia. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 16, 6, 1284-1292.
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2012 Galobardes, B., McCormack, V., McCarron, P., Howe, L., Lynch, J., Lawlor, D. & Davey-Smith, G. (2012). Social inequalities in height: persisting differences today depend upon height of the parents. PLoS One, 7, 1, 1-8.
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2012 D'Onise, K., Lynch, J. & McDermott, R. (2012). Does an early childhood intervention affect cardiometabolic risk in adulthood?: evidence from a longitudinal study of preschool attendance in South Australia. Public Health, 126, 8, 682-689.
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2012 Guthridge, S., Ryan, P., Condon, J., Bromfield, L., Moss, J. & Lynch, J. (2012). Trends in reports of child malreatment in the Northern Territory, 1999-2010. Medical Journal of Australia, 197, 11/12, 637-641.
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2012 Hosseinpoor, A., Harper, S., Lee, J., Lynch, J., Mathers, C. & Abou-Zahr, C. (2012). International shortfall inequality in life expectancy in women and in men, 1950-2010. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 90, 8, 588-594.
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2012 Yang, S., Khang, Y., Chun, H., Harper, S. & Lynch, J. (2012). The changing gender differences in life expectancy in Korea 1970-2005. Social Science & Medicine, 75, 7, 1280-1287.
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2012 Lynch, J. & Stuckler, D. (2012). 'In God we trust, all others (must) bring data'. International Journal of Epidemiology, 41, 6, 1503-1506.
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2012 Michels, K. B., Saracci, R., Lynch, J. & Pearce, N. (2012). The education corner: updates on new and established core concepts and methods in epidemiology. International Journal of Epidemiology, 41, 2, 333-334.
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2012 Smithers, L., Brazionis, L., Golley, R., Mittinty, N., Northstone, K., Emmett, P. ... Lynch, J. (2012). Associations between dietary patterns at 6 and 15 months of age and sociodemographic factors. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 66, 6, 658-666.
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2012 Smithers, L., Golley, R., Brazionis, L., Emmett, P., Northstone, K. & Lynch, J. (2012). Dietary patterns of infants and toddlers are associated with nutrient intakes. Nutrients, 4, 8, 935-948.
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2012 Singh Setia, M., Quesnel-Vallee, A., Abrahamowicz, M., Tousignant, P. & Lynch, J. (2012). Different outcomes for different health measures in immigrants: evidence from a longitudinal analysis of the National Population Health Survey (1994-2006). Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 14, 1, 156-165.
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2012 Peters, J., Sinn, N., Campbell, K. & Lynch, J. (2012). Parental influences on the diets of 2-5-year-old children: systematic review of interventions. Early Child Development and Care, 182, 7, 837-857.
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2011 D'Onise, K., Lynch, J. & McDermott, R. (2011). Can attending preschool reduce the risk of tobacco smoking in adulthood? The effects of Kindergarten Union participation in South Australia. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 65, 12, 1111-1117.
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2011 Banham, D., Woollacott, A. & Lynch, J. (2011). Healthy life gains in South Australia 1999-2008: analysis of a local Burden of Disease series. Population Health Metrics, 9, 13, 1-11.
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2011 Giles, L., Davies, M., Whitrow, M., Rumbold, A., Lynch, J., Sawyer, M. & Moore, V. (2011). Structured regression analyses of life course processes: An example exploring how maternal depression in early childhood affects children's subsequent internalizing behavior. Annals of Epidemiology, 21, 9, 654-659.
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2011 Sawyer, M., Harchak, T., Wake, M. & Lynch, J. (2011). Four-year prospective study of BMI and mental health problems in young children. Pediatrics, 128, 4, 677-684.
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2011 Setia, M., Quesnel-Vallee, A., Abrahamowicz, M., Tousignant, P. & Lynch, J. (2011). Access to health-care in Canadian immigrants: a longitudinal study of the National Population Health Survey. Health and Social Care in the Community, 19, 1, 70-79.
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2011 Campbell, S., Lynch, J., Esterman, A. & McDermott, R. (2011). Pre-pregnancy predictors linked to miscarriage among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in North Queensland. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 35, 4, 343-351.
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2011 Chittleborough, C., Lawlor, D. & Lynch, J. (2011). Prenatal prediction of poor maternal and offspring outcomes: implications for selection into intensive parent support programs. Maternal and Child Health Journal, Online, 4, 1-12.
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2011 Smith, B., Lynch, J., Fox, C., Harper, S., Abrahamowicz, M., Almeida, N. & Loucks, E. (2011). Life-course socioeconomic position and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: the Framingham offspring study. American Journal of Epidemiology, 173, 4, 438-447.
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2011 Loucks, E., Abrahamowicz, M., Xiao, Y. & Lynch, J. (2011). Associations of education with 30 year life course blood pressure trajectories: Framingham Offspring Study. BMC Public Health, 11, 1, 139:1-148:10.
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2011 Smithers, L., Golley, R., Brazionis, L. & Lynch, J. (2011). Characterizing whole diets of young children from developed countries and the association between diet and health: a systematic review. Nutrition Reviews, 69, 8, 449-467.
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2011 Banham, D., Lynch, J. & Karnon, J. (2011). An equity-effectiveness framework linking health programs and healthy life expectancy. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 17, 4, 309-319.
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2011 Harper, S., Lynch, J. & Davey-Smith, G. (2011). Social determinants and the decline of cardiovascular diseases: lJnderstanding the links. Annual Review of Public Health, 32, 1, 39-69.
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2011 Larose, A., Moore, S., Harper, S. & Lynch, J. (2011). Global income-related inequalities in HIV testing. Journal of Public Health (Print Edition), 33, 3, 345-352.
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2011 D'Onise, K., Lynch, J., McDermott, R. & Esterman, A. (2011). The beneficial effects of preschool attendance on adult cardiovascular disease risk. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 35, 3, 278-283.
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2011 Kauhanen, L., Leino, J., Lakka, H., Lynch, J. & Kauhanen, J. (2011). Emotional and behavioural problems in childhood and risk of overall and cause-specific morbidity and mortality in middle-aged Finnish men. Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 2, 2, 228-239.
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2011 Setia, M. S., Lynch, J., Abrahamowicz, M., Tousignant, P. & Quesnel-Vallee, A. (2011). Self-rated health in Canadian immigrants:analysis of the Longitudinal Survey of Immigrants to Canada. Health & Place, 17, 2, 658-670.
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2011 Agha, G., Murabito, J., Lynch, J., Abrahamowicz, M., Harper, S. & Loucks, E. (2011). Relation of Socioeconomic Position with Ankle-Brachial Index. American Journal of Cardiology, 108, 11, 1651-1657.
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2011 Kauhanen, L., Leino, J., Lakka, H., Lynch, J. & Kauhanen, J. (2011). Adverse childhood experiences and risk of binge drinking and drunkenness in middle-aged Finnish men. Advances in Preventive Medicine, 2011, 1-12.
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2011 Benzon Larsen, S., Olsen, A., Lynch, J., Christensen, J., Overvad, K., Tjonneland, A. ... Dalton, S. (2011). Socioeconomic position and lifestyle in relation to breast cancer incidence among postmenopausal women: A prospective cohort study, Denmark, 1993-2006. Cancer Epidemiology, 35, 5, 438-441.
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2011 Khang, Y. & Lynch, J. (2011). Exploring determinants of secular decreases in childhood blood pressure and hypertension. Circulation, 124, 4, 397-421.
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2011 Chittleborough, C., Lawlor, D. & Lynch, J. (2011). Young maternal age and poor child development: predictive validity from a birth cohort. Pediatrics, 127, 6, e1436-e1444.
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2011 Leino, J., Kauhanen, L., Hokkinen, L., Kurl, S., Toriola, A., Voutilainen, S. ... Kauhanen, J. (2011). Psychosocial problems in childhood and later alcohol consumption: a life course approach with historical information. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 39, 7, 749-756.
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2011 Sawyer, M., Borojevic, N. & Lynch, J. (2011). Evaluating population-level interventions for young people's mental health: challenges and opportunities. Early Intervention in Psychiatry: the development, onset & treatment of emerging mental disorders, 5, Suppl 1, 46-51.
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2010 Konings, P., Harper, S., Lynch, J., Hosseinpoor, A., Berkvens, D., Lorant, V. ... Spybroeck, N. (2010). Analysis of socioeconomic health inequalities using the concentration index. International Journal of Public Health (Print Edition), 55, 1, 71-74.
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2010 Kauhanen, L., Lynch, J., Lakka, H., Kauhanen, J. & Davey Smith, G. (2010). Association of diarrhoea, poor hygiene and poor social conditions in childhood with blood pressure in adulthood. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 64, 5, 394-399.
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2010 Yang, S., Khang, Y., Harper, S., Davey Smith, G., Leon, D. & Lynch, J. (2010). Understanding the rapid increase in life expectancy in South Korea. American Journal of Public Health, 100, 5, 896-903.
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2010 Loucks, E., Pilote, L., Lynch, J., Richard, H., Almeida, N., Benjamin, E. & Murabito, J. (2010). Life course socioeconomic position is associated with inflammatory markers: The Framingham Offspring Study. Social Science & Medicine, 71, 1, 187-195.
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2010 D'Onise, K., Lynch, J., Sawyer, M. & McDermott, R. (2010). Can preschool improve child health outcomes? A systematic review. Social Science & Medicine, 70, 9, 1423-1440.
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2010 McTavish, S., Moore, S., Harper, S. & Lynch, J. (2010). National female literacy, individual socio-economic status, and maternal health care use in sub-Saharan Africa. Social Science & Medicine, 71, 11, 1958-1963.
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2010 D'Onise, K., Lynch, J. & McDermott, R. (2010). Lifelong effects of attendance at Kindergarten Union preschools in South Australia. Australian Journal of Education, 54, 3, 307-324.
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2010 Maximova, K., O'Loughlin, J., Paradis, G., Hanley, J. A. & Lynch, J. (2010). Changes in anthropometric characteristics and blood pressure during adolescence. Epidemiology, 21, 3, 324-331.
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2010 Moore, S., Hall, J., Harper, S. & Lynch, J. (2010). Global and National Socioeconomic Disparities in Obesity, Overweight, and Underweight Status. Journal of Obesity, Online, 1-11.
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2010 Harper, S., King, N., Meersman, S., Reichman, M., Breen, N. & Lynch, J. (2010). Implicit value judgments in the measurement of health inequalities. Milbank Quarterly, 88, 1, 4-29.
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2010 Spybroeck, N., Konings, P., Lynch, J., Harper, S., Berkvens, D., Lorant, V. ... Hosseinpoor, A. (2010). Decomposing socioeconomic health inequalities. International Journal of Public Health, 55, 4, 347-351.
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2010 King, N., Harper, S., Meersman, S., Reichman, M., Breen, N. & Lynch, J. (2010). We'll take the red pill: a reply to Asada. Milbank Quarterly, 88, 4, 623-627.
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2010 Lynch, J., Law, C., Brinkman, S., Chittleborough, C. & Sawyer, M. (2010). Inequalities in child healthy development: Some challenges for effective implementation. Social Science & Medicine, 71, 7, 1244-1248.
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2010 Khang, Y. & Lynch, J. (2010). Asian economic crises and health: population health impacts and policy responses. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 64, 4, 282-283.
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2010 D'Onise, K., McDermott, R. & Lynch, J. (2010). Does attendance at preschool affect adult health? A systematic review. Public Health, 124, 9, 500-511.
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2010 Brinkman, S., McDermott, R. & Lynch, J. (2010). Better understanding trajectories of child development : opportunities for data linkage with the Australian Early Development Index (AEDI). Public Health Bulletin South Australia, 7, 3, 7-10.
2009 Due, P., Merlo, J., Harel-Fisch, Y., Damsgaard, M., Holstein, B., Hetland, J. ... Lynch, J. (2009). Socioeconomic Inequality in Exposure to Bullying During Adolescence: A Comparative, Cross-Sectional, Multilevel Study in 35 Countries. American Journal of Public Health, 99, 5, 907-912.
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2009 Loucks, E., Lynch, J., Polite, L., Fuhrer, R., Almeida, N., Richard, H. ... Benjamin, E. (2009). Life-course socioeconomic position and incidence of coronary heart disease: the Framingham Offspring Study. American Journal of Epidemiology, 169, 7, 829-836.
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2009 Singh Setia, M., Quesnel-Vallee, A., Abrahamowicz, M., Tousignant, P. & Lynch, J. (2009). Convergence of body mass index of immigrants to the Canadian-born population: evidence from the National Population Health Survey (1994-2006). European Journal of Epidemiology, 24, 10, 611-623.
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2009 Maximova, K., O'Loughlin, J., Paradis, G., Hanley, J. & Lynch, J. (2009). Declines in Physical Activity and Higher Systolic Blood Pressure in Adolescence. American Journal of Epidemiology, 170, 9, 1084-1094.
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2009 D'Onise, K., McDermott, R. & Lynch, J. (2009). The importance of secular changes in lifecourse studies: An example from the North West Adelaide Health Study. Australasian Epidemiologist, 16, 3, 17-21.
2009 Singh Setia, M., Quesnel-Vallee, A., Curtis, S. & Lynch, J. (2009). Assessing the role of individual and neighbourhood characteristics in HIV testing: evidence from a population based survey. Open AIDS Journal, 3, 1, 46-54.
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2009 Leyland, A. & Lynch, J. (2009). Why is mortality from coronary heart disease in young adults levelled off?. British Medical Journal, 339, 7714, 185-186.
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2009 Krolner, R., Due, P., Rasmussen, M., Damsgaard, M., Holstein, B., Klepp, K. & Lynch, J. (2009). Does school environment affect 11-year-olds' fruit and vegetable intake in Denmark?. Social Science & Medicine, 68, 8, 1416-1424.
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2009 Hall, J., Moore, S., Harper, S. & Lynch, J. (2009). Global Variability in Fruit and Vegetable Consumption. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 36, 5, 402-409.
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2009 Alvadaro, B., Harper, S., Platt, R., Davey-Smith, G. & Lynch, J. (2009). Would Achieving Healthy People 2010's Targets Reduce Both Population Levels and Social Disparities in Heart Disease?. Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality Outcomes, 2, 6, 598-606.
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2009 Khang, Y., Lynch, J., Yang, S., Harper, S., Yun, S., Jung-Choi, K. & Kim, H. (2009). The contribution of material, psychosocial, and behavioral factors in explaining educational and occupational mortality inequalities in a nationally representative sample of South Korea: Relative and absolute perspectives. Social Science & Medicine, 68, 5, 858-866.
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2009 Harper, S., Lynch, J., Meersman, S., Breen, N., Davis, W. & Reichman, M. (2009). Trends in Area-Socioeconomic and Race-Ethnic Disparities in Breast Cancer Incidence, Stage at Diagnosis, Screening, Mortality, and Survival among Women Ages 50 Years and Over (1987-2005). Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention, 18, 1, 121-131.
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2009 Due, P., Damsgaard, M., Rasmussen, M., Holstein, B., Wardle, J., Merlo, J. ... Lynch, J. (2009). Socioeconomic position, macroeconomic environment and overweight among adolescents in 35 countries. International Journal of Obesity, 33, 10, 1084-1093.
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2009 Giles, L., Moore, V., Whitrow, M., Sawyer, M., Lynch, J. & Davies, M. (2009). Critical period, accumulation and social mobility hypotheses: using a regression framework to explore mothers' partner status in early childhood and externalising behaviours of children at 5½ years. Australasian Epidemiologist, 16, 3, 25-29.
2008 Yang, S., Lynch, J., Susser, E. & Lawlor, D. (2008). Birth Weight and Cognitive Ability in Childhood Among Siblings and Nonsiblings. Pediatrics, 122, 2, 350-358.
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2008 Yang, S., Lynch, J., Schulenberg, J., Diez Roux, A. & Raghunathan, T. (2008). Emergence of socioeconomic inequalities in smoking and overweight and obesity in early adulthood: The National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health. American Journal of Public Health, 98, 3, 468-477.
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2008 Maty, S., Lynch, J., Raghunathan, T. & Kaplan, G. (2008). Childhood Socioeconomic Position, Gender, Adult Body Mass Index, and Incidence of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Over 34 Years in the Alameda County Study. American Journal of Public Health, 98, 8, 1486-1494.
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2008 Harper, S., Lynch, J., Meersman, S., Breen, N., Davis, W. & Reichman, M. (2008). An Overview of Methods for Monitoring Social Disparities in Cancer with an Example Using Trends in Lung Cancer Incidence by Area-Socioeconomic Position and Race-Ethnicity, 1992-2004. American Journal of Epidemiology, 167, 8, 889-899.
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2008 Lynch, J. (2008). Measuring health inequity in populations: epidemiology meets ethics. Public Health Bulletin South Australia, 5, 3, 9-12.
2008 Khang, Y., Lynch, J., Jung-Choi, K. & Cho, H. (2008). Explaining age-specific inequalities in mortality from all causes, cardiovascular disease and ischaemic heart disease among South Korean male public servants: relative and absolute perspectives. Heart, 94, 1, 75-82.
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2008 Khang, Y., Yun, S. & Lynch, J. (2008). Monitoring trends in socioeconomic health inequalities: it matters how you measure. BMC Public Health, 8, 66, 66-70.
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2008 Harper, S., Lynch, J., Meersman, S., Breen, N., Davis, W. & Reichman, M. (2008). Harper et al. Respond to "Measuring social disparities in health". American Journal of Epidemiology, 167, 8, 905-907.
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2008 Galobardes, B., Lynch, J. & Davey-Smith, G. (2008). Is the association between childhood socioeconomic circumstances and cause-specific mortality established? Update of a systematic review. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 62, 5, 387-390.
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2008 Luchenski, S., Quesnel-Vallee, A. & Lynch, J. (2008). Differences between women's and men's socioeconomic inequalities in health: longitudinal analysis of the Canadian population, 1994-2003. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 62, 12, 1036-1044.
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2008 Rosvall, M., Chaix, B., Lynch, J., Lindstrom, M. & Merlo, J. (2008). The association between socioeconomic position, use of revascularization procedures and five-year survival after recovery from acute myocardial infarction. BMC Public Health, 8, 44, 1-11.
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2008 Harper, S., Lynch, J., Meersman, S., Breen, N., Davis, W. & Reichman, M. (2008). The authors reply. American Journal of Epidemiology, 168, 10, 1216-.
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2007 Backlund, E., Rowe, G., Lynch, J., Wolfson, M., Kaplan, G. & Sorlie, P. (2007). Income inequality and mortality: a multilevel prospective study of 521 248 individuals in 50 US states. International Journal of Epidemiology, 36, 3, 590-596.
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2007 Dalton, S., Ross, L., During, M., Carlsen, K., Mortensen, P., Lynch, J. & Johansen, C. (2007). Influence of socioeconomic factors on survival after breast cancer - a nationwide cohort study of women diagnosed with breast cancer in Denmark 1983-1999. International Journal of Cancer, 121, 11, 2524-2531.
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2007 Harper, S., Lynch, J., Burris, S. & Davey-Smith, G. (2007). Trends in the black-white life expectancy gap in the United States, 1983-2003. Jama-journal of the American Medical Association, 297, 11, 1224-1232.
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2007 Khang, Y., Kim, H. & Lynch, J. (2007). Consistency between education reported in health survey and recorded in death certificate. BMC Public Health, 7, 1, 294-298.
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2007 Harper, S. & Lynch, J. (2007). Adult health behaviors - Harper and Lynch respond. PUBLIC HEALTH REPORTS, 122, 4, 432-433.
2007 Harper, S. & Lynch, J. (2007). Highly active antiretroviral therapy and socioeconomic inequalities in AIDS mortality in Spain. European Journal of Public Health, 17, 2, 231-231.
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2007 Cho, H., Khang, Y., Yang, S., Harper, S. & Lynch, J. (2007). Socioeconomic differentials in cause-specific mortality among South Korean adolescents. International Journal of Epidemiology, 36, 1, 50-57.
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2007 Dalton, S., Düring, M., Ross, L., Carlsen, K., Mortensen, P., Lynch, J. & Johansen, C. (2007). Reply: Selection of controls [5]. British Journal of Cancer, 97, 7, 1020-.
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2007 Harper, S. & Lynch, J. (2007). Trends in socioeconomic inequalities in adult health behaviors among U.S. states, 1990-2004. Public Health Reports, 122, 2, 177-189.
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2007 Galobardes, B., Lynch, J. & Davey-Smith, G. (2007). Measuring socioeconomic position in health research. British Medical Bulletin, 81-82, 1, 21-37.
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2007 Turrell, G., Lynch, J., Leite, C., Raghunathan, T. & Kaplan, G. (2007). Socioeconomic disadvantage in childhood and across the life course and all-cause mortality and physical function in adulthood: evidence from the Alameda County Study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 61, 8, 723-730.
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2007 Harper, S. & Lynch, J. (2007). Commentary: Using innovative inequality measures in epidemiology. International Journal of Epidemiology, 36, 4, 926-928.
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2007 Baltrus, P., Everson-Rose, S., Lynch, J., Raghunathan, T. & Kaplan, G. (2007). Socioeconomic Position in Childhood and Adulthood and Weight Gain over 34 Years: The Alameda County Study. Annals of Epidemiology, 17, 8, 608-614.
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2007 Yang, S., Lynch, J., Raghunathan, T., Kauhanen, J., Salonen, J. & Kaplan, G. (2007). Socioeconomic and Psychosocial Exposures across the Life Course and Binge Drinking in Adulthood: Population-based Study. American Journal of Epidemiology, 165, 2, 184-193.
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2006 Galobardes, B., Shaw, M., Lawlor, D., Lynch, J. & Davey-Smith, G. (2006). Indicators of socioeconomic position (part 2). Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 60, 2, 95-101.
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2006 Rosvall, M., Chaix, B., Lynch, J., Lindstrom, M. & Merlo, J. (2006). Contribution of main causes of death to social inequalities in mortality in the whole population of Scania, Sweden. BMC Public Health, 6, 1, 79-91.
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2006 Khang, Y. H., Lynch, J. W. & Kaplan, G. A. (2006). Examining cause-specific mortality effects of economic crisis in a country with rapidly declining total mortality. International Journal of Epidemiology, 35, 5, 1358-1358.
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2006 Galobardes, B., Davey-Smith, G. & Lynch, J. (2006). Systematic Review of the Influence of Childhood Socioeconomic Circumstances on Risk for Cardiovascular Disease in Adulthood. Annals of Epidemiology, 16, 2, 91-104.
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2006 Rosvall, M., Chaix, B., Lynch, J., Lindstrom, M. & Merlo, J. (2006). Similar support for three different life course socioeconomic models on predicting premature cardiovascular mortality and all-cause mortality. BMC Public Health, 6, 203, 1-17.
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2006 Galobardes, B., Shaw, M., Lawlor, D., Lynch, J. & Davey-Smith, G. (2006). Indicators of socioeconomic position (part 1). Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 70, 1, 7-12.
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2006 Kelleher, C., Lynch, J., Daly, L., Harper, S., Fitz-Simon, N., Bimpeh, Y. ... Ulmer, H. (2006). The 'Americanisation' of migrants: Evidence for the contribution of ethnicity, social deprivation, lifestyle and life-course processes to the mid-20th century Coronary Heart Disease epidemic in the US. Social Science & Medicine, 63, 2, 465-484.
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2006 Dalton, S., During, M., Ross, L., Carlsen, K., Mortensen, P., Lynch, J. & Johansen, C. (2006). The relation between socioeconomic and demographic factors and tumour stage in women diagnosed with breast cancer in Denmark, 1983-1999. British Journal of Cancer, 95, 5, 653-659.
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2006 Jackson, R., Lynch, J. & Harper, S. (2006). Preventing coronary heart disease: does Roses's population prevention axiom still apply in the 21st century?. British Medical Journal, 332, 7542, 617-618.
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2006 Chaix, B., Rosvall, M., Lynch, J. & Merlo, J. (2006). Disentangling contextual effects on cause-specific mortality in a longitudinal 23-year follow-up study: impact of population density or socioeconomic environment?. International Journal of Epidemiology, 35, 3, 633-643.
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2006 Kauhanen, L., Lakka, H., Lynch, J. & Kauhanen, J. (2006). Social disadvantages in childhood and risk of all-cause death and cardiovascular disease in later life: a comparison of historical and retrospective childhood information. International Journal of Epidemiology, 35, 4, 962-968.
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2006 Lynch, J., Davey-Smith, G., Harper, S. & Bainbridge, K. (2006). Explaining the social gradient in coronary heart disease: comparing relative and absolute risk approaches. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 60, 5, 436-441.
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2006 Barros, A., Victora, C., Horta, B., Goncalves, H., Lima, R. & Lynch, J. (2006). Effects of socioeconomic change from birth to early adulthood on height and overweight. International Journal of Epidemiology, 35, 5, 1233-1238.
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2005 Ross, N., Dorling, D., Dunn, J., Henriksson, G., Glover, J., Lynch, J. & Weitoft, G. (2005). Metropolitan Income Inequality and Working-Age Mortality: A Cross-Sectional Analysis Using Comparable Data from Five Countries. Journal of Urban Health-Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, 82, 1, 101-110.
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2005 Khang, Y. & Lynch, J. (2005). Regarding "Changes in Mortality after the Recent Economic crisis in South Korea". Annals of Epidemiology, 15, 7, 535-537.
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2005 Lynch, J., Harper, S., Kaplan, G. & Davey-Smith, G. (2005). Associations between income inequality and mortality among US states: the importance of time period and source of income data. American Journal of Public Health, 95, 4, 1424-1430.
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2005 Merlo, J., Chaix, B., Yang, M., Lynch, J. & Rastam, L. (2005). A brief conceptual tutorial on multilevel analysis in social epidemiology: interpreting neighbourhood differences and the effect of neighbourhood characteristics on individual health. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 59, 12, 1022-1029.
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2005 Lynch, J. & Davey-Smith, G. (2005). A life course approach to chronic disease epidemiology. Annual Review of Public Health, 26, 1, 1-35.
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2005 Power, C., Graham, H., Due, P., Hallqvist, J., Joung, I., Kuh, D. & Lynch, J. (2005). The contribution of childhood and adult socioeconomic position to adult obesity and smoking behaviour: an international comparison. International Journal of Epidemiology, 34, 2, 335-344.
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2005 Chaix, B., Merlo, J., Subramanian, S., Lynch, J. & Chauvin, P. (2005). Comparison of a spatial perspective with the multilevel analytical approach in neighborhood studies: the case of mental and behavioral disorders due to psychoactive substance use in Malmö, Sweden, 2001. American Journal of Epidemiology, 162, 2, 171-182.
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2005 Lynch, J. (2005). Public Health, Ethics, and Equity. BMJ, 330, 7498, 1031-.
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2005 Due, P., Holstein, B., Lynch, J., Diderichsen, F., Nic Gabhain, S., Scheidt, P. & Currie, C. (2005). Bullying and symptoms among school-aged children: international comparative cross sectional study in 28 countries. European Journal of Public Health, 15, 2, 128-132.
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2005 Keppel, K., Pamuk, E., Lynch, J., Carter-Pokras, O., Kim, I., Mays, V. ... Weissman, J. S. (2005). Methodological issues in measuring health disparities. Vital and Health Statistics. Series 2, Data Evaluation and Methods Research, 141, 1-22.
2005 Merlo, J., Chaix, B., Yang, M., Lynch, J. & Rastam, L. (2005). A brief conceptual tutorial of multilevel analysis in social epidemiology: linking the statistical concept of clustering to the idea of contextual phenomenon. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 59, 6, 443-449.
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2005 Merlo, J., Yang, M., Chaix, B., Lynch, J. & Rastam, L. (2005). A brief conceptual tutorial on multilevel analysis in social epidemiology: investigating contextual phenomena in different groups of people. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 59, 9, 729-736.
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2005 Singh-Manoux, A., Ferrie, J., Lynch, J. & Marmot, M. (2005). The role of cognitive ability (intelligence) in explaining the association between socioeconomic position and health: Evidence from the Whitehall II prospective cohort study. American Journal of Epidemiology, 161, 9, 831-839.
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2005 Baltrus, P., Lynch, J., Everson-Rose, S., Raghunathan, T. & Kaplan, G. (2005). Race/ethnicity, life-course socioeconomic position, and body weight trajectories over 34 years: the Alameda County Study. American Journal of Public Health, 95, 9, 1595-1601.
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2005 Pollitt, R., Daniel, M., Kaufman, J., Lynch, J., Salonen, J. & Kaplan, G. (2005). Mediation and modification of the association between hopelessness, hostility and progression of carotid atherosclerosis. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 28, 1, 53-64.
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2005 Khang, Y., Lynch, J. & Kaplan, G. (2005). Impact of economic crisis on cause-specific mortality in South Korea. International Journal of Epidemiology, 34, 6, 1291-1301.
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2005 Kaplan, G., Siefert, K., Ranjit, N., Raghunathan, T., Young, E., Tran, D. ... Tolman, R. (2005). The health of poor women under welfare reform. American Journal of Public Health, 95, 7, 1252-1258.
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2005 Ditlevsen, S., Christensen, U., Lynch, J., Damsgaard, M. & Keiding, N. (2005). The mediation proportion: A structural equation approach for estimating the proportion of exposure effect on outcome explained by an intermediate variable. Epidemiology, 16, 1, 114-120.
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2005 Lu, T., Chiang, T. & Lynch, J. (2005). What can we learn from international comparisons of social inequalities in road traffic injury mortality?. Injury Prevention, 11, 3, 131-133.
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2005 Ditlevsen, S., Keiding, N., Christensen, U., Damsgaard, M. & Lynch, J. (2005). Mediation proportion [2]. Epidemiology, 16, 4, 592-.
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2004 Christensen, U., Lund, R., Damsgaard, M., Holstein, B., Ditlevsen, S., Diderichsen, F. ... Lynch, J. (2004). Cynical hostility, socioeconomic position, health behaviors, and symptom load: A cross-sectional analysis in a Danish population-based study. Psychosomatic Medicine, 66, 4, 572-577.
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2004 Due, P., Lynch, J., Holstein, B. & Modvig, J. (2004). Socioeconomic health inequalities among a nationally representative sample of Danish adolescents: The role of different types of social relations. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 39, 5-6, 236-236.
2004 Khang, Y., Lynch, J., Yun, S. & Lee, S. (2004). Trends in socioeconomic health inequalities in Korea: Use of mortality and morbidity measures. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 58, 4, 308-314.
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2004 Lynch, J., Smith, G., Harper, S. & Hillemeier, M. (2004). Is income inequality a determinant of population health? Part 2. U.S. National and Regional Trends in income inequality and age- and cause-specific mortality. Milbank Quarterly, 82, 2, 355-400.
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2004 Macleod, J., Smith, G., Lynch, J., Surtees, P., Wainwright, N., Luben, R. ... Day, N. (2004). Re: "Sense of coherence and mortality in men and women in the EPIC-Norfolk United Kingdom prospective cohort study" [2] (multiple letters). American Journal of Epidemiology, 159, 12, 1202-1204.
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2004 Hallqvist, J., Lynch, J., Bartley, M., Lang, T. & Blane, D. (2004). Can we disentangle life course processes of accumulation, critical period and social mobility? An analysis of disadvantaged socio-economic positions and myocardial infarction in the Stockholm Heart Epidemiology Program. Social Science and Medicine, 58, 8, 1555-1562.
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2004 Khang, Y., Lynch, J. & Kaplan, G. (2004). Health inequalities in Korea: Age- and sex-specific educational differences in the 10 leading causes of death. International Journal of Epidemiology, 33, 2, 299-308.
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2004 Ross, N. & Lynch, J. (2004). Commentary: The contingencies of income inequality and health: Reflections on the Canadian experience. International Journal of Epidemiology, 33, 2, 318-319.
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2004 Johnell, K., Merlo, J., Lynch, J. & Blennow, G. (2004). Neighbourhood social participation and women's use of anxiolytic-hypnotic drugs: A multilevel analysis. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 58, 1, 59-64.
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2004 Smith, G. & Lynch, J. (2004). Commentary: Social capital, social epidemiology and disease aetiology. International Journal of Epidemiology, 33, 4, 691-700.
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2004 Lynch, J., Harper, S., Smith, G., Ross, N., Wolfson, M. & Dunn, J. (2004). US regional and national cause-specific mortality and trends in income inequality: Descriptive findings. Demographic Research, 10, SUPPL. 2, 183-228.
2004 Lynch, J., Smith, G., Harper, S., Hillemeier, M., Ross, N., Kaplan, G. & Wolfson, M. (2004). Is income inequality a determinant of population health? Part 1. A systematic review. Milbank Quarterly, 82, 1, 5-99.
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2004 Merlo, J., Asplund, K., Lynch, J., Råstam, L. & Dobson, A. (2004). Population effects on individual systolic blood pressure: A multilevel analysis of the World Health Organization MONICA Project. American Journal of Epidemiology, 159, 12, 1168-1179.
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2004 Chor, D., Faerstein, E., Kaplan, G., Lynch, J. & Lopes, C. (2004). Association of weight change with ethnicity and life course socioeconomic position among Brazilian civil servants. International Journal of Epidemiology, 33, 1, 100-106.
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2004 Kelleher, C., Lynch, J., Harper, S., Tay, J. & Nolan, G. (2004). Hurling alone? How social capital failed to save the Irish from cardiovascular disease in the United States. American Journal of Public Health, 94, 12, 2162-2169.
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2004 Beebe-Dimmer, J., Lynch, J., Turrell, G., Lustgarten, S., Raghunathan, T. & Kaplan, G. (2004). Childhood and Adult Socioeconomic Conditions and 31-Year Mortality Risk in Women. American Journal of Epidemiology, 159, 5, 481-490.
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2004 Beckman, A., Merlo, J., Lynch, J., Gerdtham, U., Lindström, M. & Lithman, T. (2004). Country of birth, socioeconomic position, and healthcare expenditure: A multilevel analysis of Malmö, Sweden. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 58, 2, 145-149.
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2004 Galobardes, B., Lynch, J. & Smith, G. (2004). Childhood socioeconomic circumstances and cause-specific mortality in adulthood: Systematic review and interpretation. Epidemiologic Reviews, 26, 1, 7-21.
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2004 Stamatakis, K., Lynch, J., Everson, S., Raghunathan, T., Salonen, J. & Kaplan, G. (2004). Self-esteem and mortality: Prospective evidence from a population-based study. Annals of Epidemiology, 14, 1, 58-65.
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2003 Due, P., Lynch, J., Holstein, B. & Modvig, J. (2003). Socioeconomic health inequalities among a nationally representative sample of Danish adolescents: The role of different types of social relations. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 57, 9, 692-698.
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2003 Merlo, J., Lynch, J., Yang, M., Lindström, M., Östergren, P., Rasmusens, N. & Råstam, L. (2003). Effect of neighborhood social participation on individual use of hormone replacement therapy and antihypertensive medication: A multilevel analysis. American Journal of Epidemiology, 157, 9, 774-783.
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2003 Lynch, J., Harper, S. & Smith, G. (2003). Commentary: Plugging leaks and repelling boarders - Where to next for the SS Income Inequality?. International Journal of Epidemiology, 32, 6, 1029-1036.
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2003 Hillemezer, M., Lynch, J., Harper, S. & Casper, M. (2003). Measuring Contextual Characteristics for Community Health. Health Services Research, 38, 6 II, 1645-1717.
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2003 Krieger, N., Northridge, M., Gruskin, S., Quinn, M., Kriebel, D., Smith, G. ... Sihlongonyana, F. (2003). Assessing health impact assessment: Multidisciplinary and international perspectives. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 57, 9, 659-662.
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2003 Hillemeier, M., Lynch, J., Harper, S., Raghunathan, T. & Kaplan, G. (2003). Relative or absolute standards for child poverty: A state-level analysis of infant and child mortality. American Journal of Public Health, 93, 4, 652-657.
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2003 Laaksonen, D., Lakka, H., Lynch, J., Lakka, T., Niskanen, L., Rauramaa, R. ... Kauhanen, J. (2003). Cardiorespiratory fitness and vigorous leisure-time physical activity modify the association of small size at birth with the metabolic syndrome. Diabetes Care, 26, 7, 2156-2164.
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2003 Kuh, D., Ben-Shlomo, Y., Lynch, J., Hallqvist, J. & Power, C. (2003). Life course epidemiology.. Journal of epidemiology and community health, 57, 10, 778-783.
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2003 Merlo, J., Gerdtham, U., Lynch, J., Beckman, A., Norlund, A. & Lithman, T. (2003). Social inequalities in health - Do they diminish with age? Revisiting the question in Sweden 1999. International Journal for Equity in Health, 2, 1-5.
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2003 Sanmartin, C., Ross, N., Tremblay, S., Wolfson, M., Dunn, J. & Lynch, J. (2003). Labour market income inequality and mortality in North American metropolitan areas. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 57, 10, 792-797.
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2002 Lynch, J. & Smith, G. (2002). Commentary: Income inequality and health: The end of the story?. International Journal of Epidemiology, 31, 3, 549-551.
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2002 Borrell, L., Lynch, J., Neighbors, H., Burt, B. & Gillespie, B. (2002). Is there homogeneity in periodontal health between African Americans and Mexican Americans?. Ethnicity and Disease, 12, 1, 97-110.
2002 Harper, S., Lynch, J., Hsu, W., Everson, S., Hillemeier, M., Raghunathan, T. ... Kaplan, G. (2002). Life course socioeconomic conditions and adult psychosocial functioning. International Journal of Epidemiology, 31, 2, 395-403.
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2002 Macleod, J., Hart, C., Smith, G., Heslop, P., Metcalfe, C., Carroll, D. & Lynch, J. (2002). Psychological stress and cardiovascular disease: Empirical demonstration of bias in a prospective observational study of Scottish men. BMJ, 324, 7348, 1247-1251.
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2002 Muntaner, C., Lynch, J., Hillemeier, M., Lee, J., David, R., Benach, J. & Borrell, C. (2002). Economic inequality, working-class power, social capital, and cause-specific mortality in wealthy countries. International Journal of Health Services, 32, 4, 629-656.
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2002 Borrell, L., Burt, B., Gillespie, B., Lynch, J. & Neighbors, H. (2002). Periodontitis in the United States: beyond black and white.. Journal of public health dentistry, 62, 2, 92-101.
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2002 Borrell, L., Burt, B., Gillespie, B., Lynch, J. & Neighbors, H. (2002). Periodontitis in the United States: beyond black and white. (vol 62, pg 92, 2002). JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH DENTISTRY, 62, 3, 139-139.
2002 Turrell, G., Lynch, J., Kaplan, G., Everson, S., Helkala, E., Kauhanen, J. & Salonen, J. (2002). Socioeconomic position across the lifecourse and cognitive function in late middle age. Journals of Gerontology: Series B, 57, 1, S43-S51.
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2002 Everson, S., Maty, S., Lynch, J. & Kaplan, G. (2002). Epidemiologic evidence on the comorbidity of depression and diabetes. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 53, 4, 903-906.
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2002 Everson, S., Maty, S., Lynch, J. & Kaplan, G. (2002). Epidemiologic evidence for the relation between socioeconomic status and depression, obesity, and diabetes. JOURNAL OF PSYCHOSOMATIC RESEARCH, 53, 4, 891-895.
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2002 Lynch, J. (2002). Commentary: Psychosocial factors and health-strengthening the evidence base. British Medical Journal, 324, 7348, 1251-.
2001 Lynch, J., Due, P., Muntaner, C. & Smith, G. (2001). Absolute income and life expectancy - Reply. JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH, 55, 2, 152-152.
2001 Cooper, R., Kennelly, J., Durazo-Arvizu, R., Oh, H., Kaplan, G. & Lynch, J. (2001). Relationship between premature mortality and socioeconomic factors in black and white populations of US metropolitan areas. Public Health Reports, 116, 5, 464-473.
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2001 Wamala, S., Lynch, J. & Kaplan, G. (2001). Women's exposure to early and later life socioeconomic disadvantage and coronary heart disease risk: The Stockholm Female Coronary Risk Study. International Journal of Epidemiology, 30, 2, 275-284.
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2001 Der, G., Wilkinson, R., Lynch, J., Due, P., Muntaner, C. & Smith, G. (2001). Absolute income and life expectancy [multiple letters]. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 55, 2, 151-152.
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2001 Lantz, P., Lynch, J., House, J., Lepkowski, J., Mero, R., Musick, M. & Williams, D. (2001). Socioeconomic disparities in health change in a longitudinal study of US adults: The role of health-risk behaviors. Social Science and Medicine, 53, 1, 29-40.
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2001 Muntaner, C., Lynch, J. & Davey Smith, G. (2001). Social capital, disorganized communities, and the third way: understanding the retreat from structural inequalities in epidemiology and public health. International Journal of Health Services, 31, 2, 213-237.
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2001 Everson, S., Lynch, J., Kaplan, G., Lakka, T., Sivenius, J. & Salonen, J. (2001). Stress-induced blood pressure reactivity and incident stroke in middle-aged men. Stroke, 32, 6, 1263-1269.
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2001 Kaplan, G. & Lynch, J. (2001). Is economic policy health policy?. American Journal of Public Health, 91, 3, 351-353.
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2001 Gold, R., Kawachi, I., Kennedy, B., Lynch, J. & Connell, F. (2001). Ecological analysis of teen birth rates: association with community income and income inequality.. Maternal and child health journal, 5, 3, 161-167.
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2001 Kaplan, G., Turrell, G., Lynch, J., Everson, S., Helkala, E. & Salonen, J. (2001). Childhood socioeconomic position and cognitive function in adulthood. International Journal of Epidemiology, 30, 2, 256-263.
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2001 Lynch, J., Smith, G., Hillemeier, M., Shaw, M., Raghunathan, T. & Kaplan, G. (2001). Income inequality, the psychosocial environment, and health: Comparisons of wealthy nations. Lancet, 358, 9277, 194-200.
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2000 Lynch, J., Due, P., Muntaner, C. & Davey Smith, G. (2000). Social capital - Is it a good investment strategy for public health?. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 54, 6, 404-408.
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2000 Lynch, J. (2000). Income inequality and health: Expanding the debate. Social Science and Medicine, 51, 7, 1001-1005.
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2000 Wolfson, M., Kaplan, G., Lynch, J., Ross, N. & Backlund, E. (2000). Relation between income inequality and mortality: Empirical demonstration. Western Journal of Medicine, 172, 1, 22-24.
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2000 Ross, N., Wolfson, M., Dunn, J., Berthelot, J., Kaplan, G. & Lynch, J. (2000). Relation between income inequality and mortality in Canada and in the United States: Cross sectional assessment using census data and vital statistics. British Medical Journal, 320, 7239, 898-902.
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2000 Krause, N., Lynch, J., Kaplan, G., Cohen, R., Salonen, R. & Salonen, J. (2000). Standing at work and progression of carotid atherosclerosis. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health, 26, 3, 227-236.
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2000 Wamala, S., Lynch, J., Kaplan, G. & Orth-Gomer, K. (2000). Women's cumulative exposure to socio-economic disadvantage and coronary heart disease risk the Stockholm female coronary risk study. PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE, 62, 1, 98-98.
2000 Muntaner, C., Lynch, J. & Smith, G. (2000). Social capital and the third way in public health. Critical Public Health, 10, 2, 119-124.
2000 Ross, N., Wolfson, M., Berthelot, J., Dunn, J., Kaplan, G. & Lynch, J. (2000). Income inequality and mortality in Canada and the United States - Reply. BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, 321, 7275, 1533-1534.
2000 Razum, O., Ross, N., Wolfson, M., Berthelot, J., Dunn, J., Kaplan, G. & Lynch, J. (2000). Low mortality in Canadian does may be driven by low mortality in immigrants [17]. British Medical Journal, 321, 7275, 1533-1534.
2000 Lynch, J., Smith, G., Kaplan, G. & House, J. (2000). Income inequality and mortality: Importance to health of individual income, psychosocial environment, or material conditions. British Medical Journal, 320, 7243, 1200-1204.
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2000 Blakely, T., Woodward, A., Razum, O., Ross, N., Wolfson, M., Berthelot, J. ... Lynch, J. (2000). Income inequality and mortality in Canada and the United States. BMJ, 321, 7275, 1532-.
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2000 Braveman, P., Krieger, N. & Lynch, J. (2000). Health inequalities and social inequalities in health. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 78, 2, 232-235.
1999 Wray, L. & Lynch, J. (1999). Does cognitive functioning mediate the well-documented link between education and functional disability in middle-aged adults?. N. Adler, M. Marmot, B. McEwen & J. Stewart (Eds.). Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 896, 1, 480-483.
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1999 Muntaner, C. & Lynch, J. (1999). Income inequality, social cohesion, and class relations: A critique of Wilkinson's neo-durkheimian research program. International Journal of Health Services, 29, 1, 59-81.
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1999 Wamala, S., Lynch, J., Horsten, M., Mittleman, M., Schenck-Gustafsson, K. & Orth-Gomer, K. (1999). Education and the metabolic syndrome in women. Diabetes Care, 22, 12, 1999-2003.
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1999 Wolfson, M., Kaplan, G., Lynch, J., Ross, N. & Backlund, E. (1999). Relation between income inequality and mortality: Empirical demonstration. British Medical Journal, 319, 7215, 953-955.
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1999 Koopman, J. & Lynch, J. (1999). Individual causal models and population system models in epidemiology. American Journal of Public Health, 89, 8, 1170-1174.
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1999 Carroll, D., Smith, G., Lynch, J., Everson, S. & Kaplan, G. (1999). Socioeconomic status and cardiovascular response [1] (multiple letters). American Journal of Public Health, 89, 3, 415-416.
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1999 Everson, S., Lynch, J., Kaplan, G., Sivenius, J. & Salonen, J. (1999). Stress reactivity, socioeconomic status and incident stroke. PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE, 61, 1, 125-125.
1999 Lynch, J., Everson, S. & Kaplan, G. (1999). Socioeconomic status and cardiovascular response - Lynch et al. respond. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, 89, 3, 416-416.
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1999 Kaplan, G. & Lynch, J. (1999). Socioeconomic considerations in the primordial prevention of cardiovascular disease. Preventive Medicine, 29, 6 I, S30-S35.
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1999 Muntaner, C., Lynch, J. & Dates, G. (1999). The social class determinants of income inequality and social cohesion. International Journal of Health Services, 29, 4, 699-732.
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1998 Lynch, J. (1998). Health inequalities: Discussion in Western countries. SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE, 46, 11, 1514-1515.
1998 Lynch, J., Everson, S., Kaplan, G., Salonen, R. & Salonen, J. (1998). Does low socioeconomic status potentiate the effects of heightened cardiovascular responses to stress on the progression of carotid atherosclerosis?. American Journal of Public Health, 88, 3, 389-394.
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1998 Lynch, J., Kaplan, G., Pamuk, E., Cohen, R., Heck, K., Balfour, J. & Yen, I. (1998). Income inequality and mortality in metropolitan areas of the United States. American Journal of Public Health, 88, 7, 1074-1080.
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1998 Daly, M., Duncan, G., Kaplan, G. & Lynch, J. (1998). Macro-to-Micro Links in the Relation between Income Inequality and Mortality. Milbank Quarterly, 76, 3, 315-338.
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1998 Everson, S., Goldberg, D., Helmrich, S., Lakka, T., Lynch, J., Kaplan, G. & Salonen, J. (1998). Weight gain and the risk of developing insulin resistance syndrome. Diabetes Care, 21, 10, 1637-1648.
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1998 Everson, S., Goldberg, D., Heimrich, S., Lakka, T., Lynch, J., Kaplan, G. & Salonen, J. (1998). Weight gain and the risk of insulin resistance syndrome. DIABETOLOGIA, 41, A115-A115.
1997 Lynch, J., Krause, N., Kaplan, G., Salonen, R. & Salonen, J. (1997). Workplace demands, economic reward, and progression of carotid atherosclerosis. Circulation, 96, 1, 302-307.
10.1161/01.cir.96.1.302
1997 Krause, N., Lynch, J., Kaplan, G., Cohen, R., Goldberg, D. & Salonen, J. (1997). Predictors of disability retirement. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health, 23, 6, 403-413.
10.5271/sjweh.262
1997 Lynch, J., Krause, N., Kaplan, G., Tuomilehto, J. & Salonen, J. (1997). Workplace conditions, socioeconomic status, and the risk of mortality and acute myocardial infarction: The Kuopio Ischemic Heart Disease Risk Factor Study. American Journal of Public Health, 87, 4, 617-622.
10.2105/AJPH.87.4.617
1997 Kaplan, G. & Lynch, J. (1997). Whither studies on the socioeconomic foundations of population health?. American journal of public health, 87, 9, 1409-1411.
10.2105/AJPH.87.9.1409
1997 Lynch, J. & Kaplan, G. (1997). Understanding how inequality in the distribution of income affects health. Journal of Health Psychology, 2, 3, 297-314.
10.1177/135910539700200303
1997 Lynch, J., Kaplan, G. & Shema, S. (1997). Cumulative impact of sustained economic hardship on physical, cognitive, psychological, and social functioning. New England Journal of Medicine, 337, 26, 1889-1895.
10.1056/NEJM199712253372606
1997 Lynch, J., Kaplan, G. & Salonen, J. (1997). Why do poor people behave poorly? Variation in adult health behaviours and psychosocial characteristics by stages of the socioeconomic lifecourse. Social Science and Medicine, 44, 6, 809-819.
10.1016/S0277-9536(96)00191-8
1997 Lynch, J., Kaplan, G., Salonen, R. & Salonen, J. (1997). Socioeconomic status and progression of carotid atherosclerosis: Prospective evidence from the kuopio ischemic heart disease risk factor study. Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology, 17, 3, 513-519.
10.1161/01.atv.17.3.513
1997 Everson, S., Lynch, J., Chesney, M., Kaplan, G., Goldberg, D., Shade, S. ... Salonen, J. (1997). Interaction of workplace demands and cardiovascular reactivity in progression of carotid atherosclerosis: Population based study. British Medical Journal, 314, 7080, 553-558.
10.1136/bmj.314.7080.553
1996 Dowling, P., Allevato, J., Kaplan, G., Lynch, J., Cohen, R., Balfour, J. & Pamuk, E. (1996). Inequality in income and mortality in US. British Medical Journal, 313, 7052, 301-.
10.1136/bmj.313.7052.301
1996 Lynch, J. (1996). Social position and health. ANNALS OF EPIDEMIOLOGY, 6, 1, 21-23.
10.1016/1047-2797(95)00120-4
1996 Lynch, J., Helmrich, S., Lakka, T., Kaplan, G., Cohen, R., Salonen, R. & Salonen, J. (1996). Moderately intense physical activities and high levels of cardiorespiratory fitness reduce the risk of non - insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus in middle-aged men. Archives of Internal Medicine, 156, 12, 1307-1314.
10.1001/archinte.156.12.1307
1996 Kaplan, G., Lynch, J., Cohen, R., Balfour, J. & Pamuk, E. (1996). Inequality in income and mortality in US - Lower mortality in Hispanic population may have affected findings - Reply. BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, 313, 7052, 301-301.
1996 Salonen, J., Nyyssönen, K., Seppänen, K., Salonen, R., Lynch, J. & Kaplan, G. (1996). 64. Fibrinogen and wall thickness growth in carotid arteries: The KIHD 4-year follow-up study. Fibrinolysis, 10, SUPPL. 1, 20-.
1996 Kaplan, G., Lynch, J., Cohen, R., Balfour, J. & Pamuk, E. (1996). Kaplan and colleagues' reply. BMJ, 313, 7066, 1207-.
10.1136/bmj.313.7066.1207
1996 Kaplan, G., Pamuk, E., Lynch, J., Cohen, R. & Balfour, J. (1996). Inequality in income and mortality in the United States: Analysis of mortality and potential pathways. British Medical Journal, 312, 7037, 999-1003.
10.1136/bmj.312.7037.999
1996 Judge, K. (1996). Income and mortality in the United States. BMJ, 313, 7066, 1206-1207.
10.1136/bmj.313.7066.1206c
1996 Lynch, J., Kaplan, G., Cohen, R., Tuomilehto, J. & Salonen, J. (1996). Do cardiovascular risk factors explain the relation between socioeconomic status, risk of all-cause mortality, cardiovascular mortality, and acute myocardial infarction?. American Journal of Epidemiology, 144, 10, 934-942.
10.1093/oxfordjournals.aje.a008863
1996 Kaplan, G., Lynch, J., Cohen, R., Balfour, J. & Pamuk, E. (1996). Income and mortality in the United States - Reply. BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, 313, 7066, 1207-1207.
1995 Lynch, J., Kaplan, G., Salonen, R., Cohen, R. & Salonen, J. (1995). Socioeconomic status and carotid atherosclerosis. Circulation, 92, 7, 1786-1792.
10.1161/01.cir.92.7.1786
1995 Salonen, J., Nyyssonen, K., Tuomainen, T., Maenpaa, P., Korpela, H., Kaplan, G. ... Salonen, R. (1995). Increased risk of non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus at low plasma vitamin E concentrations: A four year follow up study in men. BMJ, 311, 7013, 1124-.
10.1136/bmj.311.7013.1124
1995 LYNCH, J., KAPLAN, G., COHEN, R., TUOMILEHTO, J. & SALONEN, J. (1995). KNOWN RISK-FACTORS DO NOT ACCOUNT FOR THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIOECONOMIC-STATUS, RISK OF DEATH AND MYOCARDIAL-INFARCTION. CIRCULATION, 91, 3, 936-936.
1994 Lynch, J., Kaplan, G., Cohen, R., Wilson, T., Smith, N., Kauhanen, J. & Salonen, J. (1994). Childhood and adult socioeconomic status as predictors of mortality in Finland. The Lancet, 343, 8896, 524-527.
10.1016/S0140-6736(94)91468-0

Books

Year Citation
2007 Shaw, M., Galobardes, B., Lawlor, D., Lynch, J., Wheeler, B. & Davey-Smith, G. (2007). The handbook of inequality and socioeconomic position: conceptes and measures. Bristol: The Policy Press.

Book Chapters

Year Citation
2014 D'Onise, K., McDermott, R. A. & Lynch, J. W. (2014). Center-based preschool programs: Systematic review of child and adult health outcomes. In A. Reynolds, A. Rolnick & J. Temple (Eds.), Health and Education in Early Childhood: Predictors, Interventions, and Policies (pp. 145-207). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
10.1017/CBO9781139814805.011
2009 Lynch, J. & Yang, S. (2009). Discussant chapter: using family-based designs in life course epidemiology. In D. Lawlor & G. Mishra (Eds.), Family Matters: designing, analysing and understanding family-based studies in life course epidemiology (pp. 317-324). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199231034.003.0016
2007 Muntaner, C., Lynch, J. & Smith, G. D. (2007). Social capital and the third way in public health. In R. Labonté & J. Green (Eds.), Critical Perspectives in Public Health (pp. 35-46). Routledge.
10.4324/9780203938980
2006 Harper, S. & Lynch, J. (2006). Measuring health inequalities. In J. M. Oakes & J. S. Kaufman (Eds.), Methods in Social Epidemiology (pp. 134-168). San Francisco: Wiley.
2006 Galobardes, B., Shaw, M., Lawlor, D., Davey-Smith, G. & Lynch, J. (2006). Indicators of Socioeconomic Position. In M. Oakes & J. Kaufman (Eds.), Methods in Social Epidemiology (pp. 47-85). San Francisco: Wiley.
10.1093/aje/kwk077
2006 Ross, N., Wolfson, M., Kaplan, G., Dunn, J., Lynch, J. & Sanmartin, C. (2006). Income inequality as a determinant of health. In Heymann, H. Jody, B. Clyde & L. Morris (Eds.), Healthier societies : from analysis to action (pp. 202-236). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195179200.001.0001
2005 Davey-Smith, G. & Lynch, J. (2005). Life course influences on coronary heart disease. In M. Marmot & P. E. P (Eds.), Coronary Heart Disease Epidemiology: from aetiology to public health (pp. 568-585). New York: Oxford University Press.
10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198525738.003.0034
2004 Smith, G. & Lynch, J. (2004). Life course approaches to socioeconomic differentials in health. In A Life Course Approach to Chronic Disease Epidemiology
10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198578154.003.0004

Conference Papers

Year Citation
2017 Lynch, J. (2017). What can early interventions really achieve, and how will we know?.
2016 Mol, B., Smithers, L. & Lynch, J. (2016). The impact of caesarean section on children's school achievement. 36th Annual Pregnancy Meeting of the Society-for-Maternal-Fetal-Medicine. Atlanta, GA.
2010 McDonald, S., Moodie, E. & Lynch, J. (2010). METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO CONCEPTUALIZING AND MODELING THE EFFECT OF DYNAMIC FAMILY STRUCTURE ON CHILD BEHAVIOR. 43rd Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Epidemiologic-Research. Anaheim, SOLOMON ISLANDS.
2009 Agha, G., Murabito, J. M., Lynch, J. W., Abrahamowicz, M., Harper, S. B. & Loucks, E. B. (2009). Lifecourse socioeconomic position and ankle-brachial index. 42nd Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Epidemiologic-Research. Anaheim, CA.
10.1093/aje/kwp124
2009 Smith, B. T., Loucks, E. B., Harper, S., Abrahamowicz, M., Fox, C. S. & Lynch, J. W. (2009). Life course socioeconomic position and incidence of type 2 diabetes: Framingham offspring study. 42nd Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Epidemiologic-Research. Anaheim, CA.
10.1093/aje/kwp124
2009 Yang, S., Khang, Y. -. H., Chun, H., Harper, S. & Lynch, J. (2009). CHANGES IN THE GENDER DIFFERENTIAL IN LIFE EXPECTANCY IN KOREA: SIMILAR TRENDS BUT DIFFERENT EXPLANATIONS. 42nd Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Epidemiologic-Research. Anaheim, CA.
2008 Yang, S., Khang, Y. -. H., Harper, S., Lim, D. & Lynch, J. (2008). Age- and cause-specific contributions to increases in life expectancy in Korea, 1970-2005. 41st Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Epidemiologic-Research. Chicago, IL.
2008 Harper, S., Yang, S. & Lynch, J. (2008). Is there a suicide belt in the United States?. 41st Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Epidemiologic-Research. Chicago, IL.
2008 Khang, Y. -. H., Lynch, J., Yang, S., Harper, S., Yun, S. -. C., Jung-Choi, K. & Kim, H. (2008). Contribution of material, psychosocial, and behavioral factors in explaining educational and occupational mortality inequalities in a nationally representative sample of South Korea: Relative and absolute perspectives. 41st Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Epidemiologic-Research. Chicago, IL.
2008 Khang, Y. -. H., Yun, S. -. C. & Lynch, J. (2008). Monitoring trends in socioeconomic health inequalities: It matters how you measure. 41st Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Epidemiologic-Research. Chicago, IL.
2007 Khang, Y., Lynch, J., Jung-Choi, K. & Cho, H. (2007). Explaining age specific inequalities in mortality from all causes, cardiovascular disease and ischemic heart disease among South Korean men: Relative and absolute perspectives.. 40th Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Epidemiologic-Research. Boston, MA.
2007 Harper, S., Lynch, J. & Burris, S. (2007). Social inequality in fetal growth. A comparative study of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden 1981-2000.. 40th Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Epidemiologic-Research. Boston, MA.
2007 Krolner, R., Due, P., Rasmussen, M., Damsgaard, M., Holstein, B. & Lynch, J. (2007). Does school matter for 11-year-olds' fruit intake?. 40th Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Epidemiologic-Research. Boston, MA.
2007 Harper, S., Lynch, J. & Burris, S. (2007). Do mandatory seat belt laws reduce socioeconomic inequalities in seat belt use?. 40th Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Epidemiologic-Research. Boston, MA.
2005 Harper, S. & Lynch, J. (2005). Why has the black-white life expectancy gap recently declined?. Toronto, CANADA.
2005 Bainbridge, K., Lynch, J., Raghunathan, T., Kaplan, G. & Salonen, J. (2005). Increasing intima-media thickness across successive birth cohorts, 1926-1946. Toronto, CANADA.
2005 Yang, S., Lynch, J. & Diez-Roux, A. (2005). Role of cognitive functioning and parental socioeconomic position on BMI and smoking during adolescence and early adulthood.. Joint Meeting of the Society-for-Epidemiologic-Research/Canadian-Society-for-Epidemiology-and-Biostatistics. Toronto, CANADA.
2004 Yang, S., Lynch, J., Raghunathan, T., Kauhanen, J., Salonen, J. & Kaplan, G. (2004). Socioeconomic and psychosocial exposures across the lifecourse and binge drinking in adulthood.. 37th Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Epidemiologic-Research. Salt Lake City, UT.
2004 Faerstein, E., Chor, D., Werneck, G., Lopes, C., Lynch, J. & Kaplan, G. (2004). Race and perceived racism, education, and hypertension among Brazilian civil servants.. 37th Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Epidemiologic-Research. Salt Lake City, UT.
2004 Harper, S., Lynch, J., Diez-Roux, A., Kaplan, G., Raghunathan, T. & Raudenbush, S. (2004). Application of the Relative Risk and Health Concentration Index to monitoring trends in socioeconomic inequalities in obesity and smoking among US states.. 37th Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Epidemiologic-Research. Salt Lake City, UT.
2003 Merlo, J., Lynch, J., Rastam, L. & Dobson, A. (2003). Population effects on individual systolic blood pressure: A multilevel analysis of WHO MONICA Project. 43rd Annual Conference on Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology and Prevention. MIAMI, FLORIDA.
2003 Laaksonen, D., Lakka, H., Lynch, J., Lakka, T., Niskanen, L., Rauramaa, R. ... Kauhanen, J. (2003). Cardiorespiratory fitness and vigorous leisure-time physical activity modify the association of small size at birth with the metabolic syndrome. 63rd Scientific Sessions of the American-Diabetes-Association. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA.
2003 Merlo, J., Lynch, J., Gerdtham, U. & Rastam, L. (2003). Low income and 28-day mortality after hospitalisation for myocardial infarction in Sweden: Disentangling individual from hospital factors. 43rd Annual Conference on Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology and Prevention. MIAMI, FLORIDA.
2003 Maty, S., Lynch, J. & Kaplan, G. (2003). Trajectories of socioeconomic disadvantage and the 34-year risk of Type 2 diabetes.. 36th Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Epidemiologic-Research. ATLANTA, GEORGIA.
2003 Faerstein, E., Chor, D., Kaplan, G., Lynch, J. & Lopes, C. (2003). Association of weight gain with ethnicity and life course socioeconomic position among Brazilian civil servants. 36th Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Epidemiologic-Research. ATLANTA, GEORGIA.
1999 Muntaner, C., Oates, G. & Lynch, J. (1999). Social class and social cohesion: A content validity analysis using a nonrecursive structural equation model. Conference on Socioeconomic Status and Health in Industrial Nations - Social, Psychological, and Biological Pathways. N. Adler, M. Marmot, B. McEwen & J. Stewart (Eds.) NIH, BETHESDA, MARYLAND.
10.1111/j.1749-6632.1999.tb08156.x
1997 Salonen, J., Nyyssönen, K., Seppänen, K., Salonen, R., Lynch, J. & Kaplan, G. (1997). Plasma fibrinogen and wall thickness in carotid and femoral arteries: Findings from the KIND study. 3rd International Fibrinogen Symposium - Hemostasis, Inflammation and Cardiovascular Disease. ULM, GERMANY.
10.1016/S0268-9499(97)80020-3
1996 Lynch, J., Krause, N., Kaplan, G., Cohen, R., Salonen, R. & Salonen, J. (1996). Workplace demands, economic reward, and atherosclerotic progression..
1995 LYNCH, J., HELMRICH, S., LAKKA, T., KAPLAN, G., COHEN, R., SALONEN, R. & SALONEN, J. (1995). MODERATELY INTENSE PHYSICAL-ACTIVITY AND HIGH-LEVELS OF CARDIORESPIRATORY FITNESS REDUCE THE RISK OF NON-INSULIN-DEPENDENT DIABETES-MELLITUS.

Conference Items

Year Citation
2016 Mittinty, N. M., Lynch, J. W., Forbes, A. & Gurrin, L. (2016). Multiple Mediation in the presence of exposure induced mediator outcome confounder. UK Causal Inference. London.
2015 Pearce, A., Sawyer, A., Chittleborough, C. R., Mittinty, N. M. & Lynch, J. (2015). Relative contributions of early-life cognitive ability and self-regulation in mediating social inequalities in academic ability: effect decomposition in contemporary UK and Australian cohorts. Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies International Conference. Dublin.
2014 Gill, T., Hoon, E., Lynch, J. & Beilby, J. (2014). Mental distress associated with musculoskeletal conditions: profiling this population for a defined regional population. Australian Rheumatology Association in conjunction with Rheumatology Health Professionals Association 55th Annual Scientific Meeting. Hobart, Tasmania.
10.1111/imj.12426
2014 Hoon, E., Gill, T., Dent, E., Lynch, J. & Beilby, J. (2014). Profiling self-management and information seeking activities for people with MSK conditions in an Australian regional population. Australian Rheumatology Association in conjunction with Rheumatology Health Professionals Association 55th Annual Scientific Meeting. Hobart, Tasmania.
10.1111/imj.12426
2014 Searle, A., Chittleborough, C., Smithers, L., Brinkman, S. & Lynch, J. (2014). Predicting emotional vulnerability in the first school year using population-level perinatal information: A data linkage study. Society for Mental Health Research Conference. Adelaide.
2014 Chong, S. Y., Chittleborough, C. R., Gregory, T., Mittinty, N. M., Lynch, J. & Smithers, L. (2014). Influence of parenting and child temperament on Intelligence Quotient (IQ) at 8 years. Occasional Temperament Conference. Lincoln, Nebraska.
2014 Beckmann, K., Hiller, J., Lynch, J., Farshid, G., Houssami, N. & Roder, D. (2014). OVERDIAGNOSIS DUE TO MAMMOGRAPHY SCREENING PROGRAMS: EVIDENCE FROM SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
2014 Chong, S. Y., Chittleborough, C. R., Gregory, T., Mittinty, N. M., Lynch, J. & Smithers, L. (2014). Using marginal structural models to estimate the direct effect of temperament at 2-3 years on receptive vocabulary and academic achievement at 6-7 years. Occasional Temperament Conference. Lincoln, Nebraska.
2013 Tsukinoki, R. & Murakami, Y. (2013). Non-communicable disease epidemic: epidemiology in action (EuroEpi 2013 and NordicEpi 2013).
10.1007/s10654-013-9820-0
2012 Sawyer, A., Chittleborough, C. R., Lawlor, D., Sawyer, M., Mittinty, N. M. & Lynch, J. (2012). The role of attention and emotion regulation in school readiness and school performance. Population Health Congress. Adelaide.
2012 Sawyer, A., Chittleborough, C. R., Mittinty, N. M., Sawyer, M. & Lynch, J. (2012). The importance of children’s development of self-regulation in early life for later school readiness and academic achievement. The 11th Australian Conference for Personality and Individual Differences. Melbourne.
2011 Chittleborough, C., Lawlor, D. & Lynch, J. (2011). Antenatal prediction of poor maternal and child outcomes: implications for selection into intensive parenting support programs. IEA World Congress of Epidemiology. Edinburgh, Scotland.
10.1136/jech.2011.142976d.5
2011 Chittleborough, C. R., Lawlor, D. A. & Lynch, J. W. (2011). Predicting child health and development outcomes from maternal factors we can measure in pregnancy. National Child Health Conference & Exhibition. Telford, UK.
2010 Glennon, V., Wittert, G., Noakes, M., Brinkworth, G., Lynch, J. & Salon, D. (2010). GIRTH (Get Involved Reach Top Health) a community based peer lead healthy lifestyle program for men in Australia. 37th Congress of ISMH. Paris, France.
10.1016/j.jomh.2010.09.195
2010 McDonald, S., Moodie, E. & Lynch, J. (2010). 1210 Methodological approaches to conceptualizing and modeling the effect of dynamic family structure on child behavior. Satellite Symposia.
10.1203/00006450-201011001-01210
2009 Maximova, K., Lynch, J., O'Loughlin, J., Hanley, J. A. & Paradis, G. (2009). The effect of weight gain and body fat on 5-year changes in blood pressure is similar in adolescent boys and girls. 2009 Joint Conference - Nutrition, Physical Activity and Metabolism and 49th Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology and Prevention. Palm Harbor, FL.
10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.109.191960
2008 Dalton, S. O., Ross, L., During, M., Carlsen, K., Mortensen, P. B., Lynch, J. W. & Johansen, C. (2008). Socioeconomic gradients in tumour stage at presentation and survival among breast cancer patients diagnosed 1983-1999 in Denmark. 10th World Congress of Psycho-Oncology. Madrid, Spain.
10.1002/pon.1389

Report for External Bodies

Year Citation
2017 Pilkington, R. M. & Lynch, J., (2017). Vulnerability in early life in South Australia. A research brief for the SA Child and Family Health Service., Internal Government Report,
2017 Pilkington, R. M. & Lynch, J., (2017). Children in Out of Home Care in South Australia. A research brief for the SA Department of the Premier and Cabinet, Internal government report,
2017 Montgomerie, A., Pilkington, R. M. & Lynch, J., (2017). Does an extra year of preschool matter? A research brief for the SA Department of the Premier and Cabinet and the SA Department for Education and Child Development.,
2017 Pilkington, R. M. & Lynch, J., (2017). A population profile by CaFHS regions. A research brief for the SA Child and Family Health Service., Internal government report,
2016 Pilkington, R. M. & Lynch, J., (2016). Child Protection in South Australia. A research brief for the SA Department of the Premier and Cabinet and the SA Department for Education and Child Development.,
2015 Sawyer, M. G., Mpundu-Kaambwa, C., Sawyer, A., Clark, J. & Lynch, J., (2015). Results from a Pilot Trial Assessing a new Child and Family Health Service (CaFHS) Clinical Support Measure, School of Paediatrics and Reproductive Health, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia; the Research and Evaluation Unit, Women’s and Children’s Health Network, Adelaide.,
2014 Chittleborough, C. R., Searle, A. & Lynch, J., (2014). Can linked data help to better target family support programs for child health and development?, School of Population Health, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide,
2014 Sawyer, A., Gialamas, A., Pearce, A., Sawyer, M. & Lynch, J., (2014). A Supporting Systems Framework for Child Health and Development, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide,

Theses

Year Citation
2015 Gialamas, A.; (2015); The quality, type and time spent in child care in the first three years of life and children’s cognitive and socio-emotional development at school entry;

Competitive Research Funding

National Competitive Schemes

NHMRC
Date Project/No. Investigators Funding Body Amount
2011 New Technology for New Mums - A Pragmatic Trial of Web-Based Support for Mothers of Young Children. Developing a pragmatic, preference, equivalence, RCT to examine a new method of delivering parent support programs by child and family health nurses in SA. CI-A Sawyer; My Role: CI-B. NHMRC Partnership Project Grant $1.74 M; 4 years.
2012 Sustaining Health: Follow-up of the Aboriginal Birth Cohrt in NT. CI-A Singh; My Role: CI-E NHMRC Project Grant. $2.2 M, 4 years.
2013 Child health and development: a South Australian data linkage study. APP1056888. My Role: CI-A; NHMRC Partnership Project Grant $457,000, 3 years.
2014 Seeding success: identifying factors that contribute to positive early childhood health and development in Aboriginal children. APP1061713. CI-A Jorm; My role CI-D NHMRC Project Grant $672,080.90, 3 years
2015 EMPOWER: Health Systems, Adversity and Child Well Being. APP 1099422. My Role: CI-A NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence $4.972 M, 2015-2020.
2016

LENA: The Contribution of Home Language Exposure to Intergenerational Transmission of Inequality. APP1121830

My Role: CI-C NHMRC Project Grant $1,281,706 M, 2017-2020

 

Other Sources
Date Project/No. Investigators Funding Body Amount
2012 COMPaRE-PHC Centre for Obesity Management and Prevention Research Excellence in Primary Care. Centre for Research Excellence. CI-A; Harris,  My Role: CI-H APHCRI $2.5 M; 4 years.
2014 Does nurse home-visiting improve the longer-term health and well-being of mothers and children? CI_A Sawyer; My role CI-B Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation $58,000, 1 year
2014 Learning from success: Child development improvements in Northern Territory and South Australian Aboriginal communities. CI-A – Kinnell; My role: CI-B Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation $34,000 2 years.
2014 ALSPAC Core Funding (2014-2019). CI-A Davey Smith; My Role: CIW Wellcome Trust, MRC (UK) £7.9Million, 6 years.
2015 Emums Plus. CI-A Sawyer; My role CI-B Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation $75,000
2016 Child Protection in SA. CI-A Pilkington; My role CI-B; Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation $75,000
2016 Parenting Investments. CI-A Gialamas; My role CI-B; Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation $75,000
2016 SA Early Child hood Data Project My role CI-A SA Department Premier Cabinet $933,000, 3 years
 
Previous Research Grant Support
NHMRC
Date Project/No. Investigators Funding Body Amount
2008 Australia Fellowship -

Evidence-based public health, early life intervention, research-policy nexus.

My Role: CIA NHMRC $4 M; 5 years.
2009 Closing the Gap: Early Childhood Sustained Home Visiting for families of Aboriginal infants in an urban community.

Evaluation of home visiting program for aboriginal infants using a time-lagged comparison cohort. Project Grant RG 092170

CI-A Kemp; My Role: AI NHMRC $2.1 million; 5 years.
2010 The physiology of health systems: Port Lincoln as a case study.

Capture and describe comprehensively all health system activity relating to a sizeable and carefully-defined Australian population (that of Port Lincoln, in western South Australia, population ~14,000). Project Grant

CI-A Beilby; My Role: CI-G; NHMRC $2.2 M; 5 years.
2011 Improving chronic disease outcomes for Indigenous Australians: Causes, Interventions, System Change

This research will better understand the development of chronic conditions, and guide the development of diet, lifestyle, clinical and health system interventions. Program Grant; . (My involvement ended Sept 2012)

CI-A: O’Dea My Role: CI-D NHMRC $8.19 M; 5 years

 

Other Funding Agencies
Date Project/No. Investigators Funding Body Amount
1999 Psychosocial Factors & Ischemic Heart Disease - Examination of the role of various psychosocial factors in the genesis of CVD and diabetes. My Role: Co-Inv (Kaplan, Salonen CI) NHLBI $3.6 million; 5 years
2000 Early Life Factors in KIHD Study -

This grant is to supplement data collection from archival records on early life factors that may be relevant to adult disease in an Eastern Finnish population.

My Role: CIA Inst. Social Research $48,000; 1 year
2000 SES and Health in Alameda County-

Examines the lifecourse socioeconomic predictors of mortality, morbidity, functioning, health behaviors and psychosocial risk factors in a population-based sample that includes 6 waves of data collection over 35 years.

My Role: CIA NICHD & NIA $530,000; 3 years
2000 Community Health Assets Index -

Involves the development of an index of key contextual level exposures that may help characterize communities as to their disease risk.

My Role: CIA CDC $600,000; 3 years
2000 Social Context, Social Inequality and Health –Investigates the individual and contextual effects of neighborhood in representative sample of Chicago neighborhoods. My role: Co-Inv (House J, Kaplan G CIs) (Morenoff, Diez Roux, Raudenbush Co-Inv). NICHD $3,470,138; 5 years
2001 Health of Women Under Economic Stress - Investigates the health effects of shifts from welfare to work in single mothers. My Role: CID NICHD $1,110,364; 4 years
2002 Pathways to Child Health and Function - Investigates inter and intra-generational socioeconomic effects, parenting characteristics and neighborhood influences on child health and development. My Role: CIB.   $1,133,010; 3 years
2003 Marginalization and Health in Denmark -

Random sample of the Danish population aged 40-50 years that prospectively examines the health consequences of economic and social marginalization.

My Role: Co-Inv (Holstein, Due, Modvig Co-CIs) Danish Ministry of Health DK 3 Million; 5 years
2004

Monitoring Cancer Disparities –

Project to conceptualize, develop and measure socioeconomic and race/ethnic disparities in cancer mortality, survival, screening, and risk behaviors.

Individual and Population Lifecourse Approach to Health –

Project for funding to write a book that brings together evidence from biology, medicine, epidemiology, psychology and sociology concerning a lifecourse approach to adult chronic disease.

My role: CIA

 

 

My role: CIA (Davey Smith CIB)

National Cancer Institute, USA

 

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation USA

$320,000; 2 years

 

$270,000; 3 years

2006

The New Old Public Health-

Investigate the contributions of the theory of general susceptibility to levels and trends in population health.

My role: CIA (Davey Smith, Kunitz CIs Robert Wood Johnson Foundation USA $20,000; 1 year
2006

Lifecourse Predictors of Psychosocial Function –

Investigates the lifecourse socioeconomic predictors of adult psychosocial functioning such as depression, hopelessness, hostility, aggression, sense of coherence, and social isolation.

My Role: CIC NICHD $510,000, 3 years
2006

Canada Research Chair -

Population health research.

My Role:  CIA. Govt. of Canada $1.4 Million 7 years.
  HD:IDEAS Health Disparities - Capacity building in health inequalities research My Role: CIA. CIHR Canada $760,000; 5 years
2006

ALSPAC Social Determinants - Family socioeconomic factors, health and development of children and adolescents.

My Role: Co-Inv (Lawlor, Davey Smith, Sterne Co-Inv)

Economic and Social Research Council UK;

£3.5 Million; 5 years

2007

Epirical Case Studies in Cancer Inequalities -

Compare how different health inequality measures perform in the assessment of trends in cancer disparities.

LOMAS -

Geographical, social and individual determinants of health and health care utilization – A longitudinal multilevel analysis. Agency: Swedish Govt. Grant for Medical Research (ALF);

Lifecourse SEP, Diabetes and Potential Gene x Environment Interactions - Examine interactions between early life disadvantage and genetic polymorphisms eg FTO, TCF7L2 in regard to NIDDM.

Framingham Offspring -

Investigate the inter-generational patterning of CVD risk factors.

Longitudinal analysis of the Quebec birth cohort - Project to examine links between social deprivation in childhood and CVD risk factors.

My Role: CIA

 

 

My Role: Co-Inv (Merlo CIA, Rastam, Rosvall Co-Inv)

 

My Role: CIB (Loucks CIA) (Abrahamowizc, Benjamin, Engert CoCIs)

 

My Role: CIC (Loucks, Fuhrer, Pilote, Muribato, Benjamin Co-CIs)

 

My Role: Co-Inv (Seguin CI) (Daniel, Gauvin, Zunzenegi Co-Inv)

NCI

 

SEK

 

 

CIHR Canada;

 

CIHR Canada;

 

 

CIHR Canada

$100,000; 2 years

 

12 million; 3 years.

 

$240,000; 3 years.

 

$680,000; 3 years

 

 

$345,000; 4 years.

2008 SMART

Microsimulation modeling of the effectiveness of different risk reduction strategies.

CI-A Kopeck; My Role: CI-H CIHR Canada $1.1 Million; 5 years
2009

World Health Inequality -

Investigate the extent and correlates of global health inequality using the new World Health Survey data from WHO.

Does Nurse Home-Visiting Improve Infant Development in Rural and Remote Regions? An evaluation of the South Australian nurse home-visiting (SA-NHV) program.

The New England Family Study: Fifty Year Post-Perinatal Follow-Up for Life Course Effects on Aging, -. Early life factors and gene x environment interactions as predictors of early aging. US NIH # 1RC2AG036666-01

My Role: CIC (Moore, Harper Co-CIs)

 

 

CI-A Sawyer; My Role: CIB.

 

CI-A Loucks; My Role CI-F

CIHR Canada

 

 

Channel 7 Childrens Research Foundation

 

NIH

 

$40,000; 1 year

 

$72,500; 2 years

 

$1.7 million; 3 years

2010 Data Linkage Seed Grant -

Support for fostering the use of data linkage for early childhood development research.

My Role: CIA ARACY $15,000; 1 year
 

Preventing maternal and child overweight and obesity: InFANT-Extend.

Combined child care and preschool: What level of participation is needed to improve school readiness for disadvantaged children?

CI-A Campbell; My Role CI-E.

 

CI-A Krieg; My role: CIC.

World Cancer Research Fund

 

Channel 7 Childrens Research Foundation.

 

$450,000, 3 years

 

$61,700, 2 years

2013

ALSPAC Core Funding

The effect of early life conditions and experiences on child development and learning: A whole of population study.

Does nurse home-visiting improve the longer term health and wellbeing of mothers and children?

CI-A Davey Smith; My Role: CIS

CI-A Guthridge; My Role CI-C

CI-A: Sawyer; My Role: CI-B

Wellcome Trust

Lowitja Institute;

Ch 7 Children’s Research Foundation;

£6 Million, 3 years

$100,000; 1 year

$70,000 1 year

2013

eMums – Advancing the potential of nurse-guided internet support for young families.

 

Perinatal predictors of AEDI and NAPLAN. Proof of Concept Project #3.

CI-A; Sawyer,  My Role: CI-B

 

CI-A; Brinkman,  My Role: CI-B

Robinson Institute, Univ. Adelaide.

 

Population Health Research Network

$50,000; 1 year.

$280,000; 1 year.

 

     
      Teaching

      I have taught courses on epidemiologic methods, social epidemiology and population health at the Master’s and PhD level. I have excellent teaching evaluations and was awarded “Teacher of the Year” at McGill University in 2006 by student vote.

      Current Graduate and Undergraduate Courses:
      • Epidemiological Research Methods, MPH, University of Adelaide
      • Epidemiology – Bachelor Health Sciences, University Adelaide
      • Advanced Epidemiology 4 day Short Course with Professor Tony Blakely: Adelaide (2012), Brisbane (2013), Sydney (2014); Hobart (2015); Canberra (2016)

        Previous Courses

      • Population Health and Social Epidemiology, University of Michigan, McGill University
      • Advanced Epidemiological Methods: Causal Inference, McGill University
      • Fieldwork in Epidemiology, University of Michigan
      • Measuring Population Health and Health Inequalities, University of Michigan
      • University of Michigan Summer School: Social EpidemiologyBHEH H
      • European Science Foundation, Coimbra, Portugal: Summer School on Health Inequalities
      • Karolinska Institute, Stockholm: Gender and Health Inequalities Course
      • University of Copenhagen, Dept. Social Medicine: PhD Course in Social Epidemiology
      • Adelaide University: Addictions and Inequality Summer School, Adelaide, Australia
      • Johns Hopkins University Fall Policy Institute, Barcelona: Social Inequalities in Health
      • McGill University, Genetics and Public Health
      • Advanced Epidemiology, University of Otago, 2011

      Advanced Epidemiology, University of Adelaide, 2011, 2012, 2013.

      Mentoring
      Post Doctoral Students Years Role Topic Current Status
      Gavin Turrell, PhD 1998 - 1999 Primary Life course socioeconomic position and health NHMRC  Senior Research Fellow
      Jennifer Beebe-Dimmer, PhD 2001 - 2003 Primary Life course socioeconomic factors and CVD in women Assistant Professor, University Michigan
      Bruna Galobardes, MD, PhD 2002 - 2005 Co-S Life course approaches to health and health inequalities (University of Bristol, UK) MRC Research Fellow
      Kathy Bainbridge, PhD 2003 - 2005 Primary Life course exposures and health WESTAT Corporation
      Sonia Angell, MD, MPH 2003 - 2004 Primary Early life predictors of insulin resistance Head CVD Branch, New York City Health Dept.
      Nick King, PhD 2003 - 2005 Co-S Ethics and health inequalities Assistant Professor, McGill University
      Sarah Burgard, PhD 1003 - 2005 Co-S Life course predictors of health Assistant Professor, University Michigan
      Allison Aiello, PhD 2003 - 2005 Co-S Life course and infection Assistant Professor, University Michigan
      Sonia Eden, MD 2004 - 2005 Co-S Race/ethnic differences in stroke care RWJ Clinical Scholar
      Sam Harper, PhD 2005 - 2008 Primary Population health perspectives on social epidemiology Asst Professor McGill University
      Seungmi Yang, PhD 2006 - 2009 Primary Families, cognitive processes and adolescent health Post-doctoral Fellow, McGill University
      Amani Nuru-Jeter, PhD 2006 - 2008 Co-S Racial disparities in insulin resistance Assistant Professor, UCSF
      Beatriz Alvarado Llano, MD, PhD 2007 - 2009 Primary Social determinants of longitudinal growth trajectories in children Asst Professor, Queens University
      Cathy Chittleborough, PhD 2008 - Primary Longitudinal analysis of child behaviour trajectories and health Post-doctoral Fellow, University Bristol
      Lisa Smithers PhD 2009 - Primary Early life nutrition and cognitive functioning Research Fellow, University Adelaide
      Rebecca Golley PhD 2009 - Primary Early life nutrition and cardiometabolic risk NHF Research Fellow, UniSA
      Alyssa Sawyer PhD 2011 - Primary Early life behavioural dysregulation and academic achievement Research Fellow, University of Adelaide
      PhD Students
      Sarah Wamala, PhD 1998 - 2002 Co-S Socioeconomic differences in CHD risk among women (Karolinska Institute, Sweden) Department Health, Stockholm County Council
      Susan Gorstein, PhD 1998 - 2002 Co-S Risk factors for stunting and wasting in Bangladesh Completed PhD
      Sioban Maty, PhD 1998 - 2003 Co-S Life course socioeconomic factors and diabetes Assistant Professor, Portland State University
      Peter Baltrus, PhD 1998 - 2003 Co-S Life course socioeconomic factors and weight gain over 30 years Research Associate, Morehouse University
      Louisa Borrell, PhD 1999 - 2002 Co-S Socioeconomic and race/ethnic differences in dental caries Assistant Professor, City University New York
      Barbara Smith, PhD 1999 - 2002 Co-S Individual and institutional risk factors for poor dental care among the elderly Completed PhD
      Don Mathanga, PhD 1999 - 2003 Co-S Effectiveness of insecticide-treated bed nets in preventing malaria. Completed PhD
      Robert Lubwama, PhD 1999 - 2003 Co-S A novel approach to understanding cohort effects using cross-sectional data Completed PhD
      Sharon Simonton, PhD 1999 - 2004 Co-S Life course socioeconomic indicators and obesity in children Post-doctoral Fellow, University Michigan
      Amelia Gavin, PhD 2000 - 2004 Co-S Life course risk factors for preterm delivery Assistant Professor, University Washington
      Sam Harper, PhD 2001 - 2005 Primary Understanding social inequalities in health using routinely collected data Research Associate, McGill University
      Burcu Bayirli, PhD 2001 - 2005 Co-S Risk factors for malocclusion Assistant Professor, Wayne State University
      Dawei Xie, PhD 2001 - 2004 Co-S Combining information from multiple sources in the small area estimation of cancer risk factors.
       
      Assistant Professor, University Pennsylvanian
      Debbie Barrington, PhD 2001 - 2005 Co-S Intergenerational risk factors for low birth weight Assistant Professor, Columbia University
      Seungmi Yang, PhD 2001 - 2005 Primary Socioeconomic, cognitive and family background influences on trajectories of change in BMI and smoking during adolescence Post-doctoral Fellow, McGill University
      Annette Anderson, PhD 2002 - 2004 Co-S School context and adolescent alcohol consumption (U. Copenhagen) Post-doctoral Fellow, University Copenhagen
      Mette Rasmussen, PhD 2002 - 2005 Co-S School context and adolescent smoking (U. Copenhagen) Post-doctoral Fellow, University Copenhagen
      Susanna Toivanen, PhD 2004 - 2006 Co-S Sense of coherence as a risk factor for health (Karolinska Institute, Sweden) Post-doctoral Fellow, Stockholm University
      Laura Kauhanen 2005 - 2013 Co-S Early life social conditions and adult health (Finland) Medical School
      Jose Siri 2000 - Co-S Social inequality in malaria control Unknown
      Katerina Maximova 2005 - 2009 Primary Adolescent physical activity, overweight and blood pressure: longitudinal analysis

      Research Fellow

      U Alberta

      Sheila MacDonald 2005 - 2009 Primary Longitudinal analysis of change in family structure and child health

      Post Doctoral Fellow

      U Calgary

      Rikke Krølner 2006 - 2012 Co-S Social inequalities in children’s fruit and vegetable consumption (University Copenhagen) Assistant Professor U Sth Denmark
      Maninder Setia 2007 - 2010 Co-S Immigrant health in Canada Public Health Dept Delhi, India
      Katina D’Onise 2008 - 2011 Co-S Kindergarten attendance and adult health. Awarded the Ian Davey Thesis Prize for best PhD at UniSA for 2011. SA Health
      Sandra Campbell 2008 - 2012 Co-S Pre-pregnancy health and birth outcomes in Indigenous women in Nth Australia. James Cook University
      Jaci Peters 2009 - 2012 Co-S Parents knowledge and early life diet in children Research Assistant U Adelaide
      Torbjorn Van Heeswijck 2009 - Co-S An evaluation of the ecological associations between active transport environments, active transport behaviour and cardiovascular disease mortality Completing PhD
      Kerri Beckman 2011 - Primary Over diagnosis and cancer screening Research Fellow UniSA
      Angela Gialamas 2011 - Primary The Role of Child Care in Healthy Child Development Research Fellow U Adelaide
      Amelia Maika 2012 - Primary Child Development in Indonesia Completing PhD
      Katherine Dusynzski 2012 - Co-S Vaccine safety through data linkage Completing PhD
      Chandran Gokula 2012 - Co-S Township communities in Darwin and child development Completing PhD
      David Banham 2014 - Primary Equity, effectiveness and health system provision Completing PhD
      Veronica Smyth 2014 - Primary Early language development Completing PhD
      Jane Tuckerman 2014 - Secondary Immunizations in children Completing PhD
      Masters Students

      I have acted as the primary supervisor on 16 MPH/MSc theses and as co-supervisor on 20+ others.  Current MPH students are:

      Karen Rowland – Potentially preventable hospitalizations in children

      External Examiner

      I have acted as external examiner/opponent for PhD and Masters theses at University of South Australia (3) Melbourne University (1), Australia National University (2), Flinders University (1), U Western Australia (1) Karolinska Institute (Sweden), Lund University (Sweden) and the University of Copenhagen (Denmark).

      Memberships

      Date Role Membership Country
      2015 - ongoing Member Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences Australia
      2010 - ongoing Member Robinson Institute, University of Adelaide

      Committee Memberships

      Date Role Committee Institution Country
      2015 - ongoing Co-Chair ERA 2015 - Medical Health Sciences Panel
      2013 - ongoing Member Who Expert Reference Group
      2013 - ongoing Member Translational Faculty–Healthy Start NHMRC Translational Research Faculty
      2012 - ongoing Member ERA 2012 Panel Member Health and Medical Sciences
      2010 - ongoing Member ERA 2010 Panel Public Health
      2010 - ongoing Member PHRN Management Council
      2010 - ongoing Co-Chair Public/Allied Health Cluster REC
      2010 - ongoing Member Research Committee South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute
      2010 - ongoing Chair Australia Fellowship Review Panel
      2009 - ongoing Member Public Health Academy

      Editorial Boards

      Date Role Editorial Board Name Country
      2009 - ongoing Member Australia New Zealand Journal of Public Health
      2007 - ongoing Member Journal of Public Health and Preventive Medicine (South Korea)
      2006 - 2008 Editor Elsevier Encyclopaedia of Public
      2006 - ongoing Member International Journal of Health Equity
      2005 - ongoing Editor International Journal of Epidemiology

      Consulting/Advisories

      Date Institution Department Organisation Type Country
      2013 - ongoing MRC (UK) Integrative Epidemiology Unit, Univ. Bristol United Kingdom
      2013 - ongoing University of Bristol MRC (UK) Integrative Epidemiology Unit United Kingdom
      2013 - ongoing AIHW Burden of Disease
      2011 - ongoing AIHW, CVD Monitoring Advisory Committee
      2010 - ongoing Plunkett Foundation New Zealand
      2010 - ongoing SA Cancer Research Collaborative Scientific Advisory Group Australia
      2010 - ongoing University of Melbourne MEGA Centre School Pop Health Australia
      2010 - ongoing Public Health Academy
      2010 - ongoing Growing Up in NZ Birth Cohort Study
      2007 - ongoing WHO Commission Social Determinants of
      2007 - 2012 Bristol University CAiTE Centre United Kingdom
      2007 - 2009 Canadian Household Panel Survey
      2006 - ongoing MRC/Wellcome – UK Biobank Review United Kingdom
      Position
      Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health
      Phone
      83136541
      Fax
      8313 6885
      Campus
      North Terrace
      Building
      Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences Building
      Room Number
      WS9058.01
      Org Unit
      Public Health

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