David S. Strogatz

Epidemiology State University of New York, Albany, Albany, NY, United States 
Epidemiology, Theory and Methods
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Insaf TZ, Shaw BA, Yucel RM, et al. (2014) Lifecourse Socioeconomic Position and Racial Disparities in BMI Trajectories among Black and White Women: Exploring Cohort Effects in the Americans Changing Lives' Study. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities. 1: 309-318
Insaf TZ, Shaw BA, Yucel RM, et al. (2014) Lifecourse socioeconomic position and 16 year body mass index trajectories: differences by race and sex. Preventive Medicine. 67: 17-23
Insaf TZ, Strogatz DS, Yucel RM, et al. (2014) Associations between race, lifecourse socioeconomic position and prevalence of diabetes among US women and men: results from a population-based panel study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 68: 318-25
Back EE, Bachwani AS, Strogatz DS, et al. (2012) Profile of diabetes mellitus among immigrants from Guyana: epidemiology and implications for community action. Ethnicity & Disease. 22: 473-8
Davison KK, Nishi A, Kranz S, et al. (2012) Associations among social capital, parenting for active lifestyles, and youth physical activity in rural families living in upstate New York. Social Science & Medicine (1982). 75: 1488-96
Wicks AF, Lumley T, Lemaitre RN, et al. (2012) Major life events as potential triggers of sudden cardiac arrest. Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.). 23: 482-5
Swan RT, Shakir OR, Strogatz DS, et al. (2011) Horizontal strabismus surgery in children and adults. Acta Ophthalmologica. 89: e599-600
Riley-Jacome M, Gallant MP, Fisher BD, et al. (2010) Enhancing community capacity to support physical activity: the development of a community-based indoor-outdoor walking program. The Journal of Primary Prevention. 31: 85-95
James SA, Van Hoewyk J, Belli RF, et al. (2006) Life-course socioeconomic position and hypertension in African American men: the Pitt County Study. American Journal of Public Health. 96: 812-7
Houghton JL, Strogatz DS, Torosoff MT, et al. (2003) African Americans with LVH demonstrate depressed sensitivity of the coronary microcirculation to stimulated relaxation. Hypertension. 42: 269-76
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