Browsing publications by Dr Rakesh Ghosh

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Dr Rakesh Ghosh
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr 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
Dr 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
Dr Rakesh Ghosh
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Dr Mark Pearce
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
et al.
Interaction Between Black Smoke and Neighbourhood Socio-Economic Status and Their Association with Birth Weight2009
Dr Rakesh Ghosh
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr Mark Pearce
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
et al.
Association Between Black Smoke and Birth Weight: Variation Across Three Decades2008
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr 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 Rakesh Ghosh
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr Mark Pearce
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
et al.
The Critical Time Windows for the Effect of Black Smoke on Birth Weight2008
Dr Rakesh Ghosh
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Does the effect of air pollution on pregnancy outcomes differ by gender? A systematic review2007
Dr Rakesh Ghosh
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr Mark Pearce
et al.
The interactive effects of black smoke and gender on birthweight2007
Dr Rakesh Ghosh
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr Svetlana Glinyanaya
Air pollution and adverse pregnancy outcomes; what is the role of gender? A systematic review2006