Browsing publications by Professor Louise Parker

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Peter Tennant
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Julian Thomas
Emeritus Professor Sir Craft
Dr Mark Pearce
et al.
Childhood infectious disease and premature death from cancer: a prospective cohort study2013
Kay Mann
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Laura Basterfield
Professor Louise Parker
Dr 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
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
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 Sir Craft
Dr Mark Pearce
Childhood infectious disease and risk of premature death from cancer: A prospective cohort study2012
Dr Mark Pearce
Dr Jane Salotti
Nicola Howe
Emeritus Professor Sir Craft
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
CT scans in childhood and risk of leukaemia and brain tumours reply2012
Dr Mark Pearce
Dr Jane Salotti
Nicola Howe
Emeritus Professor Sir Craft
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
CT Scans in Young People in Great Britain: Temporal and Descriptive Patterns, 1993–20022012
Dr Mark Pearce
Dr Jane Salotti
Professor Louise Parker
Emeritus Professor Sir Craft
Development of a database of organ doses for pediatric and young adult CT scans in the United Kingdom2012
Dr 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
Dr Mark Pearce
Kay Mann
Professor Caroline Relton
Emeritus Professor Roger Francis
Professor James 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
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