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Peter Tennant
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Julian Thomas
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Professor Mark Pearce
et al.
Childhood infectious disease and premature death from cancer: a prospective cohort study2013
Dr Kay Mann
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Laura Basterfield
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Mark Pearce
et al.
Differing lifecourse associations with sport-, occupational- and household-based physical activity at age 49-51 years: the Newcastle Thousand Families Study2013
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Dr Rakesh Ghosh
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
No improvement in socioeconomic inequalities in birthweight and preterm birth over four decades: a population-based cohort study2013
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Kay Mann
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Martin White
et al.
Childhood Growth, IQ and Education as Predictors of White Blood Cell Telomere Length at Age 49-51 Years: The Newcastle Thousand Families Study2012
Peter Tennant
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Professor Mark Pearce
Childhood infectious disease and risk of premature death from cancer: A prospective cohort study2012
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Jane Salotti
Nicola Howe
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
CT scans in childhood and risk of leukaemia and brain tumours reply2012
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Jane Salotti
Nicola Howe
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
CT Scans in Young People in Great Britain: Temporal and Descriptive Patterns, 1993–20022012
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Jane Salotti
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Development of a database of organ doses for pediatric and young adult CT scans in the United Kingdom2012
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Kate Potter
Laura Barrett
Professor Louise Parker
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Global LINE-1 DNA methylation is associated with blood glycaemic and lipid profiles2012
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Kay Mann
Professor Caroline Relton
Emeritus Professor Roger Francis
Emeritus Professor Jimmy Steele CBE
et al.
How the Newcastle Thousand Families birth cohort study has contributed to the understanding of the impact of birth weight and early life socioeconomic position on disease in later life2012
Professor Mark Pearce
Peter Tennant
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Nigel Unwin
Lifecourse predictors of adult fibrinogen levels: the Newcastle Thousand Families Study2012
Professor Mark Pearce
Peter Tennant
Dr Kay Mann
Professor Louise Parker
Lifecourse predictors of mammographic density: The Newcastle Thousand Families cohort Study2012
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Dr Rakesh Ghosh
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Particulate matter exposure during pregnancy is associated with birth weight, but not gestational age, 1962-1992; a cohort study2012
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Jane Salotti
Nicola Howe
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Radiation exposure from CT scans in childhood and subsequent risk of leukaemia and brain tumours: a retrospective cohort study2012
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Jane Salotti
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Professor Louise Parker
Socio-economic variation in CT scanning in Northern England, 1990-20022012
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Alexandra Groom
Professor Caroline Relton
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Roger Francis
et al.
Associations between sex hormones and bone mineral density and bone resorption in 50 year old men: The Newcastle thousand families study2011
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Birth weight by gestational age and risk of childhood acute leukemia: a population-based study 1961–20022011
Peter Tennant
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Mark Pearce
Childhood infectious diseases and premature adult morality: Results from the Newcastle Thousand Families Study2011
Peter Tennant
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Mark Pearce
Childhood infectious diseases and premature adult mortality: Results from the Newcastle thousand families study [abstract]2011
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Jane Salotti
Wenhua Metcalf
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
CT scans in young people in Northern England: trends and patterns 1993-20022011
Dr Ellen Hatch
Professor Louise Parker
Professor John Kirby
Professor Neil Sheerin
Infiltrating renal T cells are activated and respond to self antigen2011
Professor Mark Pearce
Peter Tennant
Dr Brenda Kaye
Professor Louise Parker
Lifecourse predictors of adult breast tissue density: The Newcastle Thousand Families Study2011
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Jane Salotti
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Professor Louise Parker
Socio-economic variation in the use of CT scans in young people in the North of England, 1990-20022011
Dr Kay Mann
Dr Morven Brown
Professor John Wildman
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Mark Pearce
et al.
Standardized Birth Weight Predicts Psychological Well-Being Age 49-51 Years in the Newcastle Thousand Families Study2011
Dr Lynne Forrest
Dr Susan Hodgson
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Mark Pearce
The influence of childhood IQ and education on social mobility in the Newcastle Thousand Families birth cohort2011
Dr Kay Mann
Peter Tennant
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Mark Pearce
et al.
The relatively small contribution of birth weight to blood pressure at age 49-51 years in the Newcastle Thousand Families Study2011
Peter Tennant
Emeritus Professor John Gibson
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Mark Pearce
Childhood respiratory illness and lung function at ages 14 and 50 years2010
Peter Tennant
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Mark Pearce
Childhood respiratory illness and lung function at ages 14 and 50 years: childhood respiratory illness and lung function2010
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Stephen Rushton
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
No association between ambient particulate matter exposure during pregnancy and stillbirth risk in the north of England, 1962-19922010
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
et al.
Stillbirth and infant mortality in singletons by cause of death, birthweight, gestational age and birthweight-for-gestation, Newcastle upon Tyne 1961-20002010
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Acute Leukeamia and Birth Weight in the North of England: A Population Based Record Linkage Study, 1968-20022009
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Cohort Profile: The Newcastle Thousand Families 1947 Birth Cohort2009
Emerita Professor Helen McConachie
Dr Raymond Barry
Anna Spencer
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Ann Le Couteur
et al.
Daslne: The challenge of developing a regional database for autism spectrum disorder2009
Dr Brooke Magnanti
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Dr Peter James
et al.
Geographical analysis of thyroid cancer in young people from northern England: Evidence for a sustained excess in females in Cumbria2009
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Caroline Relton
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Andrew Hall
Hereditary Hemochromatosis Gene (HFE) Variants are Associated with Birth Weight and Childhood Leukemia Risk2009
Dr Tony Waterston
Brenda Welsh
Donna Hammal
Professor Louise Parker
Emerita Professor Helen McConachie
et al.
Improving early relationships: a randomized controlled trial of an age-paced parenting newsletter.2009
Dr Jane Salotti
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Kevin Windebank
Incidence and clinical features of Langerhans cell histiocytosis in the UK and Ireland2009
Professor Mark Pearce
Peter Tennant
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Nigel Unwin
Lifecourse predictors of adult fibrinogen concentrations: the Newcastle thousand families birth chohort2009
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Caroline Relton
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Nigel Unwin
Sex differences in the association between infant feeding and blood cholesterol in later life: the Newcastle thousand families cohort study at age 49-51 years2009
Dr Katherine Eastham
Donna Hammal
Professor Louise Parker
Dr David Spencer
A follow-up study of children hospitalised with community-acquired pneumonia2008
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Martin Ward Platt
Congenital anomaly and childhood cancer: A population-based, record linkage study2008
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Stephen Rushton
et al.
Maternal exposure to air pollution and perinatal outcomes: methodological approaches to exposure assessment and preliminary findings of the UK particulate matter and perinatal events research (PAMPER) study2008
Dr Tibor Nyari
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Louise Parker
Seasonal variation of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia is different between girls and boys2008
Dr Brooke Magnanti
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Richard McNally
Sex-specific analyses of thyroid cancer incidence in Northern England2008
Dr Brooke Magnanti
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Dr Peter James
Dr Richard McNally
et al.
Sex-specific incidence and temporal trends in solid tumours in young people from Northern England, 1968-20052008
Dr Brooke Magnanti
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Dr Peter James
et al.
Sex-specific patterns and trends in the incidence of hematologic malignancies in 0-24 year olds from Northern England, 1968-20052008
Dr Brooke Magnanti
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Richard McNally
Sex-specific temporal trends in the incidence of cancer in children and young adults in Northern England.2008
Dr Laura Jones
Dr Paraic McGrogan
Dr Terence Flood
Professor Andrew Gennery
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Special Article: Chronic granulomatous disease in the United Kingdom and Ireland: A comprehensive national patient-based registry2008
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Professor Mark Pearce
M Charlton
et al.
Temporal changes in key maternal and fetal factors affecting birth outcomes: A 32-year population-based study in an industrial city2008
Emerita Professor Helen McConachie
Donna Hammal
Brenda Welsh
Brigid Keane
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Wellbeing of new mothers2008
Dr Peter Lurz
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Mark Shirley
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
et al.
Air pollution exposure during pregnancy and infancy in an industrial city over 32 years: the UK PAMPER study.2007
Dr Richard McNally
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Author Response: no sex difference observed in the association between intra-uterine growth and risk of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia2007
Nor Abdullah
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Bruce Jaffray
Dr Richard McNally
et al.
Birth prevalence of cryptorchidism and hypospadias in northern England, 1993-20002007
Professor Namita Kumar
Donna Hammal
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Stephen Furniss
et al.
Causes of death in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: Comparison with siblings and matched osteoarthritis controls2007
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Louise Parker
Childhood Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and Infections2007
Dr Clark Clark
Donna Hammal
Dr Fiona Hampton
Dr David Spencer
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Epidemiology of community-acquired pneumonia in children seen in hospital2007
Nor Abdullah
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Richard McNally
Evidence of an environmental contribution to the aetiology of cryptorchidism and hypospadias?2007
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Mark Pearce
Donna Hammal
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Examination of gender effect in birth weight and miscarriage associations with childhood cancer (United Kingdom)2007
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Family, mother and child characteristics in singleton births in an industrial city over 32 years: The UK PAMPER study2007
Qing Xu
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Incidence and survival for testicular germ cell tumor in young males: A report from the Northern Region Young Person's Malignant Disease Registry, United Kingdom2007
Professor Namita Kumar
Donna Hammal
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Stephen Furniss
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Ischaemic heart disease as a cause of death. A comparison of rheumatoid arthritis patients, their siblings and osteoarthritis controls2007
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Jane Salotti
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Professor Louise Parker
Long-term sequelae of radiation exposure due to CT in childhood - a study in progress2007
Dr Jean Adams
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Martin White
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
No association between socio-economic status and white blood cell telomere length2007
Professor Mark Pearce
Donna Hammal
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Paternal occupational exposure to electro-magnetic fields as a risk factor for cancer in children and young adults: A case-control study from the North of England2007
Dr Paul Tiffin
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Carole Kaplan
Dr Trian Fundudis
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Recollections of parental style and perceptions of current family functioning at age 502007
Dr Brooke Magnanti
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Richard McNally
Sex-specific analyses of thyroid cancer incidence in Northern England2007
Dr Brooke Magnanti
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Richard McNally
Sex-specific temporal trends in the incidence of cancer in children and young adults in Northern England2007
Dr Richard McNally
Adillah Binti Yusof
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Space-time clustering of cryptorchidism and hypospadias2007
Dr Paul Tiffin
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Trian Fundudis
Professor Louise Parker
The impact of socioeconomic status and mobility on perceived family functioning2007
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Professor Mark Pearce
Donna Hammal
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Associations of birth weight and maternal history of miscarriage with childhood cancers2006
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Brenda Kaye
Dr Mwenza Blell
Professor Louise Parker
Birth weight as a predictor of breast tissue density2006
Dr Ruth Bell
Dr Sheila MacPhail
Professor Louise Parker
Changes in stillbirth, birthweight and weight for gestational age 1982-20002006
Dr Tibor Nyari
Professor Louise Parker
Childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in relation to population mixing around the time of birth in South Hungary2006
Dr Tibor Nyari
Professor Louise Parker
Childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia in relation to population mixing around the time of birth in south Hungary - Response2006
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Allan Young
Professor Louise Parker
Childhood IQ and deaths up to middle age: The Newcastle Thousand Families Study2006
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Louise Parker
Environmental factors and childhood acute leukemias and lymphomas2006
Richard Feltbower
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Louise Parker
Further clues to the aetiology of type 1 diabetes: spatial clustering amongst 0-29 year olds in Yorkshire, UK2006
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Angus Walls
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Jimmy Steele CBE
How do factors at different stages of the lifecourse contribute to oral-health-related quality of life in middle age for men and women?2006
Professor Louise Parker
Human papillomavirus infection and cervical intraepithelial neoplasia in a cohort of low-risk women2006
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Intrauterine growth and cerebral palsy in twins: A European multicenter study2006
Dr Nitin Kumar
Donna Hammal
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Dr David Walker
et al.
Ischaemic heart disease as a cause of death: A comparison of RA, their siblings and OA2006
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Sir George Sir George Alberti
Life course determinants of insulin secretion and sensitivity at age 50 years: the Newcastle Thousand Families Study2006
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Mothers and their babies in an industrial city (the PAMPER study): Changing patterns over 32 years2006
Dr David Spencer
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Jane Salotti
National survey of children with post-infectious obliterative bronchiolitis: A progress report2006
Dr Tibor Nyari
Professor Louise Parker
Neuroblastoma in Hungary2006
Professor Mark Pearce
Donna Hammal
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Paternal occupational exposure to pesticides or herbicides as risk factors for cancer in children and young adults: A case-control study from the North of England2006
Dr Elizabeth McIntyre
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Mark Pearce
Jean Gerrard
Dr Naweed Sattar
et al.
Relation between birth weight and soluble markers of endothelial function in middle aged subjects2006
Dr Tibor Nyari
Professor Louise Parker
Seasonality of birth and acute lymphoblastic leukemia2006
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Space-time clustering analyses of testicular cancer amongst 15-24-year-olds in Northern England2006
Dr Richard McNally
Richard Feltbower
Professor Louise Parker
Space-time clustering analyses of type 1 diabetes among 0- to 29-year-olds in Yorkshire, UK2006
Dr Tibor Nyari
Professor Louise Parker
Addictive behaviour of adolescents in secondary schools in Hungary2005
Professor Caroline Relton
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Sir John Burn
Professor Louise Parker
An investigation of folate-related genetic factors in the determination of birthweight2005
Dr Tevfik Dorak
Donna Hammal
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Associations of birthweight and maternal fertility problems with childhood cancers2005
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Kevin Windebank
Simon Cotterill
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
et al.
Cancer in adolescents and young adults aged 15-24 years: A report from the North of England Young Person's Malignant Disease Registry, UK2005
Trevor Dummer
Professor Louise Parker
Changing socioeconomic inequality in infant mortality in Cumbria2005
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Childhood growth influences cognition in the Thousand Families Study, but not income at age 502005
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Childhood growth influences cognition in the Thousand Families study, but not income at age 502005
Dr Stephen Tuck
Professor Mark Pearce
David Rawlings
Dr Fraser Birrell
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Differences in bone mineral density and geometry in men and women: the Newcastle Thousand Families Study at 50 years old2005
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Louise Parker
Differences in the relationship between fetal life and components of the metabolic syndrome between men and women2005
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Julian Thomas
Dr David Campbell
Professor Louise Parker
Does increased duration of exclusive breastfeeding protect against Helicobacter pylori infection? The Newcastle thousand families cohort study at age 49-51 years2005
Donna Hammal
Professor Louise Parker
Early discharge and readmission to hospital in the first month of life in the Northern Region of the UK during 1998: A case cohort study2005
Professor Caroline Relton
Donna Hammal
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Louise Parker
Folic acid supplementation and social deprivation2005
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Allan Young
Professor Louise Parker
Growth in early life and childhood IQ at age 11 years.2005
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Allan Young
Professor Louise Parker
Growth in early life and childhood IQ at age 11 years: The Newcastle Thousand Families study2005
Dr Nitin Kumar
Donna Hammal
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Stephen Furniss
et al.
Increase in cardiovascular death in a population with rheumatoid arthritis compared to their same sex sibling2005
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Caroline Relton
Emeritus Professor Sir George Sir George Alberti
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Lifecourse determinants of fasting and post-challenge glucose at age 50 years: The Newcastle thousand families study2005
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Fraser Birrell
Emeritus Professor Roger Francis
David Rawlings
Dr Stephen Tuck
et al.
Lifecourse study of bone health at age 49-51 years: The Newcastle thousand families cohort study2005
Dr Jean Adams
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Martin White
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
No consistent association between birthweight and parental risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease2005
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Ruth Bell
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Perinatal mortality rates: Adjusting for risk factor profile is essential2005
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Pre- and post-natal exposure to particulate matter and pregnancy and infant outcomes, 1961-92, UK: Initial results2005
Dr Heather Dickinson
Professor Louise Parker
Radiacon y heterogeneidad de la poblacion como causa de neoplasias en ninos2005
Dr Heather Dickinson
Professor Louise Parker
Radiation and population mixing in the aetiology of children's cancer.2005
Dr Ruth Bell
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Rising maternal age has had little impact on perinatal mortality2005
Donna Hammal
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Professor Louise Parker
Second primary tumors in children and young adults in the north of England (1968-99)2005
Dr Fraser Birrell
Professor Mark Pearce
Emeritus Professor Roger Francis
Professor Louise Parker
Self-report overestimates true height loss: Implications for diagnosis of osteoporosis2005
Dr Fraser Birrell
Professor Mark Pearce
Emeritus Professor Roger Francis
Professor Louise Parker
Self-reported overestimates true height loss: implications for cross-sectional studies and the clinic2005
Dr Paul Tiffin
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Social mobility over the lifecourse and self reported mental health at age 50: Prospective cohort study2005
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr Ruth Bell
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Temporal changes in the distribution of population risk factors attenuate the reduction in perinatal mortality2005
Professor Caroline Relton
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
The influence of erythrocyte folate and serum vitamin B12 status on birth weight2005
Professor Louise Parker
Trevor Dummer
Dr Heather Dickinson
Adverse pregnancy outcomes around incinerators and crematoriums - Reply2004
Professor Louise Parker
Trevor Dummer
Dr Heather Dickinson
Adverse pregnancy outcomes around incinerators and crematoriums in Cumbria, north west England, 1956-93. Authors' reply2004
Dr Ruth Bell
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr Christopher Wright
Professor Mark Pearce
et al.
Changing patterns of perinatal death, 1982-2000: a retrospective cohort study2004
Dr Katherine Eastham
Professor Louise Parker
Donna Hammal
Dr David Spencer
Community acquired pneumonia requiring admission to hospital is associated with chronic respiratory morbidity in childhood2004
Professor Caroline Relton
Donna Hammal
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Sir John Burn
DNA repair gene polymorphisms, pre-natal factors and the frequency of somatic mutations in the glycophorin-A gene among healthy newborns2004
Professor Mark Pearce
Emeritus Professor Jimmy Steele CBE
Professor Angus Walls
Professor Louise Parker
Do circumstances in early life contribute to tooth retention in middle age?2004
Professor Mark Pearce
Simon Cotterill
Professor Louise Parker
Fathers' occupational contacts and risk of childhood leukemia and Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma2004
Dr Margaret Wright
Professor Louise Parker
Forty years on: The effect of deprivation on growth in two Newcastle birth cohorts2004
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr Ruth Bell
Professor Mark Pearce
et al.
Have changes in population risk factors influenced perinatal mortality?2004
Trevor Dummer
Professor Louise Parker
Hospital accessibility and infant death risk2004
Dr David Campbell
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Julian Thomas
IgG Subclass Responses in Childhood Helicobacter pylori Duodenal Ulcer: Evidence of T-Helper Cell Type 2 Responses2004
Dr David Campbell
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Julian Thomas
Dr Anne Dale
et al.
Immunoglobulin G subclass responses to Helicobacter pylori vary with age in populations with different levels of risk of gastric carcinoma2004
Dr Jean Adams
Professor Martin White
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Life course measures of socioeconomic position and self reported health at age 50: Prospective cohort study2004
Dr Fraser Birrell
Professor Mark Pearce
Emeritus Professor Roger Francis
Professor Louise Parker
Self report overestimates true height loss: Results from the Newcastle Thousand Families study2004
Dr Ruth Bell
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Sheila MacPhail
Dr Christopher Wright
Trends in the cause of late fetal death, 1982-20002004
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Douglas Lamont
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Stuart Bennett
et al.
A lifecourse study of risk for hyperinsulinaemia, dyslipidaemia and obesity (the central metabolic syndrome) at age 49-51 years2003
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Douglas Lamont
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Stuart Bennett
et al.
A lifecourse study of risk for hyperinsulinaemia, dyslipidaemia and obesity (the central metabolic syndrome) at age 49-51 years.[Erratum appears in Diabet Med. 2003 Sep;20(9):781]2003
Trevor Dummer
Dr Heather Dickinson
Professor Louise Parker
Adverse pregnancy outcomes around incinerators and crematoriums in Cumbria, north west England, 1956-932003
Trevor Dummer
Dr Heather Dickinson
Professor Louise Parker
Adverse pregnancy outcomes near landfill sites in Cumbria, northwest England, 1950-19932003
Emeritus Professor Roger Francis
David Rawlings
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Bone mineral density and geometry in men and women: The Newcastle thousand families study at fifty years old2003
Dr Tibor Nyari
Dr Heather Dickinson
Professor Louise Parker
Childhood cancer in relation to infections in the community during pregnancy and around the time of birth2003
Dr Heather Dickinson
Donna Hammal
Trevor Dummer
Professor Louise Parker
Childhood leukaemia and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in relation to proximity to railways2003
Dr Tibor Nyari
Dr Heather Dickinson
Donna Hammal
Professor Louise Parker
Childhood solid tumours in relation to population mixing around the time of birth2003
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Jane Salotti
Emeritus Professor Stephen Jarvis
Donna Hammal
Professor Allan Colver
et al.
Children with Long-Term Disability in the former Northern and Yorkshire NHS Region2003
Dr Heather Dickinson
Professor Louise Parker
Comparison of Health and Safety Executive and Cumbrian birth cohort studies of risk of leukaemia/non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in relation to paternal preconceptional irradiation2003
Professor Mark Pearce
David Rawlings
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Roger Francis
Differences in bone mineral density in men and women: The Newcastle Thousand Families study at fifty years old2003
Professor Louise Parker
Parents occupationally exposed to radiation prior to the conception of their children. A review of the evidence concerning the incidence of cancer in their children.2003
Trevor Dummer
Dr Heather Dickinson
Professor Louise Parker
Prevalence of adverse pregnancy outcomes around hazardous industrial sites in Cumbria, north-west England, 1950-932003
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Simon Cotterill
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Skin cancer in children and young adults: 28 Years' experience from the Northern Region Young Person's Malignant Disease Registry, UK2003
Trevor Dummer
Dr Heather Dickinson
Professor Louise Parker
Stillbirths, neonatal deaths and lethal congenital anomalies in relation to hazardous industrial sites in Cumbria, 1950-932003
Trevor Dummer
Dr Heather Dickinson
Professor Louise Parker
Stillbirths, neonatal deaths and lethal congenital anomalies in relation to landfill sites in Cumbria, 1950-932003
Dr Jean Adams
Professor Martin White
Professor Louise Parker
What do different methods of measuring lifecourse socio-economic status tell us about socio-economic inequalities in health?2003
Dr Heather Dickinson
Dr Tibor Nyari
Professor Louise Parker
Childhood solid tumours in relation to infections in the community in Cumbria during pregnancy and around the time of birth2002
Dr Heather Dickinson
Dr Jane Hutton
Helen Greaves
Trevor Dummer
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Deprivation and stillbirth risk in rural and urban areas2002
Professor Louise Parker
Implications of childhood obesity for adult health - Reply2002
Dr Heather Dickinson
Professor Louise Parker
Leukaemia and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in children of male sellafield radiation workers2002
Dr Heather Dickinson
Professor Louise Parker
Leukaemia and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in children of Sellafield male radiation workers2002
Dr Heather Dickinson
Donna Hammal
Professor Louise Parker
Population mixing and childhood leukaemia and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in census wards in England and Wales, 1966-872002
Professor Louise Parker
Prognostic indicators in cancer: A new approach2002
Professor Louise Parker
Research design and methods2002
Dr Laura Jones
Dr Terence Flood
Dr Paraic McGrogan
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Andrew Cant
et al.
Respiratory disease in Chronic Granulomatous Disease2002
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Heather Dickinson
Professor Louise Parker
Still-births among the offspring of male radiation workers at the Sellafield nuclear reprocessing plant: detailed results and statistical aspects2002
Dr John O'Sullivan
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
The influence of age and gender on the relationship between birth weight and blood pressure in childhood: A study using 24-hour and casual blood pressure2002
Professor Louise Parker
Breast-feeding and cancer prevention2001
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Childhood cancer registrations in the developing world: Still more boys than girls2001
Professor Louise Parker
Computed tomography scanning in children: Radiation risks2001
Professor Louise Parker
Fetal death and radiation exposure2001
Professor Louise Parker
Fetal death and radiation exposure [4] (multiple letters)2001
Dr Heather Dickinson
Dr Jane Salotti
Dr Michael Reid
Professor Archibald Malcolm
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
How complete and accurate are cancer registrations notified by the National Health Service Central Register for England and Wales?2001
Professor Louise Parker
Little evidence for adverse health effects of disposable nappies [e-letter]2001
Simon Cotterill
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
N7: A novel multi-modality therapy of high risk neuroblastoma (NB) in children dignosed over 1 year of age2001
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Ominous trend in childhood cancer mortality?2001
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Ominous trend in childhood cancer mortality?2001
Richard Feltbower
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Heather Dickinson
Professor Louise Parker
Seasonality of birth for cancer in Northern England, UK2001
Professor Louise Parker
Social inequality and cancer deaths2001
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Sir John Burn
The North Cumbria Community Genetics Project - Public support for a DNA bank2001
Simon Cotterill
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Thyroid cancer in children and young adults in the North of England. Is increasing incidence related to the Chernobyl accident?2001
Professor Louise Parker
Underascertainment in NIFS study (Letter)2001
Professor Louise Parker
University of Newcastle Upon Tyne: Epidemiological studies of childhood cancer2001
Professor Dawn Teare
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Sir John Burn
A common variant in BRCA2 is associated with both breast cancer risk and prenatal viability2000
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Heather Dickinson
Additive isotonic regression models in epidemiology (Review)2000
Simon Cotterill
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Archibald Malcolm
Dr Michael Reid
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
et al.
Incidence and survival for cancer in children and young adults in the North of England, 1968-1995: A report from the Northern Region Young Persons' Malignant Disease Registry2000
Simon Cotterill
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Archibald Malcolm
Dr Michael Reid
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
et al.
Incidence and Survival for cancer in children and young adults in the Northern Region Young Person’s Malignant Disease Registry2000
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Sir John Burn
Individual variation in somatic mutations of the glycophorin-A gene in neonates in relation to pre-natal factors2000
Dr John O'Sullivan
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Parental recall of birth weight: how accurate is it?2000
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Louise Parker
Paternal employment in agriculture and childhood kidney cancer2000
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Heather Dickinson
Proximity to maternity services and stillbirth risk2000
Trevor Dummer
Dr Heather Dickinson
Professor Mark Pearce
M Charlton
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Stillbirth risk with social class and deprivation: no evidence for increasing inequality2000
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Heather Dickinson
Stillbirths among offspring of male radiation workers - Reply2000
Trevor Dummer
Dr Heather Dickinson
M Charlton
Professor Louise Parker
The ethnic minority childhood population of the Northern Region, 1971-19912000
Professor Louise Parker
The objective of cancer screening is to reduce disease-specific mortality, including screening for neuroblastoma2000
Satya Varanasi
Emeritus Professor Roger Francis
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Harish Datta
Vitamin D receptor gene start codon polymorphism (Fokl) and bone mineral density in healthy male subjects2000
Professor Sir John Burn
Professor Louise Parker
Frequency and predictive value of 22q11 deletion1999
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Douglas Lamont
Dr Margaret Wright
Emeritus Professor Sir George Sir George Alberti
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
et al.
Mothering skills and health in infancy: The Thousand Families Study revisited1999
Dr Heather Dickinson
Professor Louise Parker
Quantifying the effect of population mixing on childhood leukaemia risk: the Seascale cluster1999
Professor Louise Parker
Smoking during pregnancy1999
Trevor Dummer
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Heather Dickinson
M Charlton
Dr Jane Salotti
et al.
Stillbirths in relation to the coastline of Cumbria, 1950-891999
Dr Douglas Lamont
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Stuart Bennett
Professor Nigel Unwin
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
et al.
Early life and later determinants of adult disease: A 50 year follow-up study of the Newcastle Thousand Families cohort1998
Professor Louise Parker
Mike Cole
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Neonatal vitamin K administration and childhood cancer in the north of England: Retrospective case-control study1998
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Preclinical diagnosis of abdominal tumours by ultrasound examination1998
Trevor Dummer
Dr Heather Dickinson
Professor Mark Pearce
M Charlton
Joanne Smith
et al.
Stillbirth rates around the nuclear installation at Sellafield, North West England: 1950-19891998
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Professor Louise Parker
The excess of childhood leukaemia near Sellafield: A commentary on the fourth COMARE report1997
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Professor Louise Parker
The excess of childhood leukaemia near Sellafield: Reply to Chairman of COMARE1997
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Radon and childhood cancers1996
Mike Cole
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Professor Louise Parker
Urinary creatinine adjusted reference ranges for homovanillic and vanillylmandelic acid in children and adults1995
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Mike Cole
James Smith
False positive results in a neuroblastoma screening programme1994
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Returning to primary school after treatment for cancer1994
Professor Louise Parker
Mike Cole
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Screening infants for neuroblastoma: the parents' perspective1994
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Professor Louise Parker
M Charlton
Cancer in young people in the North of England, 1968-85 - analysis by census wards1993
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Julian Smith
Geographical distribution of preconceptional radiation doses to fathers employed at the sellafield nuclear installation, West Cumbria1993
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Professor Louise Parker
Mike Cole
Julian Smith
A pilot study of screening for neuroblastoma in the north of England1992
Dr Peter Avery
Claire Bamford
Professor Cam Donaldson
Professor Martin Eccles
Emerita Professor Erica Haimes
et al.
Medical audit in general practice. 1: Effects on doctors' clinical behaviour for common childhood conditions1992
Dr Peter Avery
Claire Bamford
Professor Cam Donaldson
Emerita Professor Erica Haimes
Professor Robin Humphrey
et al.
Medical audit in general practice. 2: Effects on the health of patients with common childhood conditions1992
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Professor Louise Parker
Poor prognosis neuroblastoma: is screening the answer?1992
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Mike Cole
Julian Smith
Screening for neuroblastoma in the north of England1992
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Professor Louise Parker
Mike Cole
Julian Smith
Screening for neuroblastoma in the northern region of England: laboratory aspects1992
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Alan Craft
Neuroblastoma screening: more questions than answers?1991
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Liz Towner
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Elaine McColl
Emerita Professor Erica Haimes
et al.
Performance review in British primary health care: an epidemiological and economic evaluation1991