International Journal of Epidemiology

Journal Abbreviation: INT J EPIDEMIOL
ISSN: 0300-5771
Publisher: Oxford University Press



Publications

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Journal issue: 3, Volume: 48, Pages range: 781-794
The genetic interplay between body mass index, breast size and breast cancer risk: a Mendelian randomization analysis (2019)
Ooi BNS, Loh H, Ho PJ, et al.

Journal issue: 5, Volume: 47, Pages range: 1383-1388
The betaboost package-a software tool for modelling bounded outcome variables in potentially high-dimensional epidemiological data (2018)
Mayr A, Weinhold L, Hofner B, et al.

Journal issue: 2, Volume: 46, Pages range: 686-693
Association between month of birth and melanoma risk: fact or fiction? (2017)
Fiessler C, Pfahlberg AB, Keller A, et al.

Journal issue: 2, Volume: 46, Pages range: 694-694
Association between month of birth and melanoma risk: fact or fiction? (2017)
Fiessler C, Pfahlberg A, Keller A, et al.

Journal issue: 6, Volume: 46, Pages range: 1814-1822
Body mass index and breast cancer survival: a Mendelian randomization analysis (2017)
Guo Q, Burgess S, Turman C, et al.

Journal issue: 2, Volume: 46, Pages range: 765-766
Reply to: Seasonality of birth for skin melanoma deserves further investigation (2017)
Gefeller O, Fiessler C, Radespiel-Troeger M, et al.

Journal issue: 3, Volume: 45, Pages range: 884-95
Adult body mass index and risk of ovarian cancer by subtype: a Mendelian randomization study (2016)
Dixon SC, Nagle CM, Thrift AP, et al.

Journal issue: 5, Volume: 45, Pages range: 1619-1630
Association of vitamin D levels and risk of ovarian cancer: a Mendelian randomization study (2016)
Ong JS, Cuellar-Partida G, Lu Y, et al.


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