Ronald Brookmeyer

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Biostatistics Biology
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Ortega AN, Albert SL, Chan-Golston AM, et al. (2016) Substantial improvements not seen in health behaviors following corner store conversions in two Latino food swamps. Bmc Public Health. 16: 389
Brookmeyer R, Kawas CH, Abdallah N, et al. (2016) Impact of interventions to reduce Alzheimer's disease pathology on the prevalence of dementia in the oldest-old. Alzheimer's & Dementia : the Journal of the Alzheimer's Association. 12: 225-32
Cui Y, Guo W, Li D, et al. (2016) Estimating HIV incidence among key affected populations in China from serial cross-sectional surveys in 2010-2014 Journal of the International Aids Society. 19
Van Nuys K, Brookmeyer R, Chou JW, et al. (2015) Broad Hepatitis C Treatment Scenarios Return Substantial Health Gains, But Capacity Is A Concern. Health Affairs (Project Hope). 34: 1666-74
Wu Z, Zhao Y, Ge X, et al. (2015) Simplified HIV Testing and Treatment in China: Analysis of Mortality Rates Before and After a Structural Intervention. Plos Medicine. 12: e1001874
Alcalá HE, Albert SL, Roby DH, et al. (2015) Access to Care and Cardiovascular Disease Prevention: A Cross-Sectional Study in 2 Latino Communities. Medicine. 94: e1441
Nguyen HT, Tran AV, Nguyen NB, et al. (2015) Community Mobilization to Reduce Drug Use, Quang Ninh, Vietnam. American Journal of Public Health. 105: 189-195
Ortega AN, Albert SL, Sharif MZ, et al. (2015) Proyecto MercadoFRESCO: a multi-level, community-engaged corner store intervention in East Los Angeles and Boyle Heights. Journal of Community Health. 40: 347-56
Langellier BA, Brookmeyer R, Wang MC, et al. (2015) Language use affects food behaviours and food values among Mexican-origin adults in the USA. Public Health Nutrition. 18: 264-74
Konikoff J, Brookmeyer R. (2015) Sample size methods for estimating HIV incidence from cross-sectional surveys Biometrics. 71: 1121-1129
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