Books and audio-visual

Books - Authored

  1. Palmer LJ, Burton PR, Davey Smith G.  An Introduction to genetic epidemiology.  Bristol: Policy Press 2011.
  2. Shaw M, Thomas B, Davey Smith G, Dorling D.  The Grim Reaper’s road map: An atlas of mortality in Britain.  Bristol: Policy Press 2008.
  3. Shaw M, Galobardes B, Lawlor DA, Lynch J, Davey Smith G. Handbook of measures of socioeconomic position and health inequalities. Bristol, The Policy Press. 2007.

Books - Edited

  1. Lawlor DA, Mishra G (eds). Family matters: using family based studies to determine the mechanisms underlying early life determinants of adult chronic diseases. Oxford, Oxford University Press. 2009.

Book Chapters

  1. Evans DM, Day INM. Genetic Epidemiology. In: Ben-Shlomo, Brookes S, Hickman M, Lecture Notes: Epidemiology, Evidence Based Medicine and Public Health. London, Wiley-Blackwell. 2013.
  2. Fraser A, Lawlor DA. Long-term consequences of maternal obesity and gestational weight gain for offspring obesity and cardiovascular risk - intrauterine or shared familial mechanisms? In: Gillman MW & Poston L (Eds.) Maternal Obesity. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. 2012.
  3. Relton C, Davey Smith G, Ozanne SE. Developmental epigenetic programming in diabetes and obesity. In Jirtle RL, Tyson FL (Eds.) Environmental Epigenomics in Health and Disease (Epigenetics and Human Health). Springer. 2012.
  4. Davey Smith G (contributor). History of the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC), c1980-2000: Witness seminar transcript. In: Overy C, Reynolds LA, Tansey EM (Eds). Wellcome Witnesses to Twentieth Century Medicine. 2012;44:1-123.
  5. Galobardes B, Jeffreys M, Davey Smith G. Inequalities in health. In: Ben-Shlomo Y, Brookes S, Hickman M (Eds). Lecture Notes: Epidemiology and Public Health Medicine, 6th edition. Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell. 2012. (In press).
  6. Rodriguez S. Hardy–Weinberg Law. In: Malloy S, Hughes K (Eds). Brenner’s Online Encyclopedia of Genetics. Elsevier. 2012.
  7. Lawlor DA, Brion M-J A, Howe LD, Fraser A. Pre-natal influences on future health. In: Rippe J (Ed). Lifestyle Medicine, 2nd Edition. New York, Taylor & Francis. 2011 (forthcoming).
  8. Lawlor DA, Macleod J. Understanding causality in Epidemiology. Ben-Shlomo Y (Ed). Lecture notes in Epidemiology and Public Health. London, Blackwell. 2011 (forthcoming).
  9. Lawlor DA, Davey Smith, Martin R. Perinatal and infant determinants of obesity. In: Moreno LA, Pigeot I, Ahrens W (Eds). Epidemiology of Obesity in Children and Adolescents: Prevalence and Aetiology. New York, Springer. 2011.
  10. Davey Smith G. Obtaining robust causal evidence from observational studies: can genetic epidemiology help? In: Shrout PE, Keyes K, Ornstein K (Eds). Causality and Psychopathology: finding the determinates of disorders and their cures. Oxford, Oxford University Press. 2011:206-251.
  11. Gillman MW, Davey Smith G, Hanson MA, Spencer HG. Developmental origins of health and disease across generations – theory, observation, experiment. In: Newnham JP, Ross MG (Eds). Early life origins of human health and disease. Switzerland, S Karger. 2009: pp 52–64.
  12. Egger M, Davey Smith G, Sterne J.  Systematic reviews and meta-analysis.  In:  Detel R, Beadlehole R, Lansang MA, Gulliford M.  Oxford Textbook of Public Health. The methods of public health. Fifth Edition. Oxford University Press. 2009:2:623-641.
  13. Seminara D, Khoury MJ,  O'Brien TR, Manolio T,  Gwinn ML, Little J, Higgins JPT, Bernstein JL, Boffetta P, Bondy M, Bray MS, Brenchley PE,  Buffer PA,  Casas JP,  Chokkalingam AP, Danesh J, Davey Smith G, Dolan S, Duncan R,  Gruis NA, Hashibe M, Hunter D, Jarvelin M-R, Malmer B, Maraganore DM,  Newton-Bishop JA, Riboli E, Salanti G,  Taioli E, Timpson N, Uitterlinden AG, Vineis P, Wareham N,  Winn DM, Zimmern R,  Ioannidis PA. The emergence of networks in human genome epidemiology: Challenges and opportunities. In: Khoury M, Bedrosian S, Gwinn M, Higgins J, Ioannidis J, Little J (Eds). Human Genome Epidemiology. Oxford, Oxford University Press. 2009.
  14. Davey-Smith G, Ebrahim S. Mendelian randomization: The contribution to genetic epidemiology to elucidating environmentally modifiable causes of disease. In: Khoury M, Bedrosian S, Gwinn M, Higgins J, Ioannidis J, Little J (Eds). Human Genome Epidemiology. Oxford, Oxford University Press. 2009.
  15. Little J, Higgins JP, Ioannidis JP, Moher D, Gagnon F, von Elm E, Khoury MJ, Cohen B, Davey-Smith G, Grimshaw J, Scheet P, Gwinn M, Williamson RE, Zou GY, Hutchings K, Johnson CY, Tait V, Wiens M, Golding J, van Duijn C, McLaughlin J, Paterson A, Wells G, Fortier I, Freedman M, Zecevic M, King R, Infante-Rivard C, Stewart A, Birkett N. STrengthening the REporting of Genetic Association Studies (STREGA) - An extension of the STROBE statement. In: Khoury M, Bedrosian S, Gwinn M, Higgins J, Ioannidis J, Little J (Eds). Human Genome Epidemiology. Oxford University Press. 2009.
  16. Geelhoed JJM, Fraser A, Tilling K, Benfield L, Davey Smith G, Sattar N, Nelson SM, Lawlor DA.  Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy and offspring blood pressure.  In: Geelhoed M (Ed). Early influences on cardiovascular and renal development: The Generation R Study. Rotterdam, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam. 2009:4.6: 235-252.
  17. Martin RM, Davey Smith G. Does having been breastfed in infancy influence lipid profile in later life? A review of literature. In: Koletzko B, Decsi T, Molnar D, De La Hunty A (Eds). Early nutrition programming and health outcomes in later life: obesity and beyond. Advances in experimental medicine and biology. Springer Science + Business. 2009:646; 41-51.
  18. Davey Smith G, Leary S, Ness A, Lawlor DA.  Challenges and novel approaches in the epidemiological study of early life influences on later disease. In: Koletzo B, Decsi T, Molnar D, de la Hunty A (Eds). Early nutritional programming and health outcomes in later life: obesity and beyond. London, Springer Science and Business Media. 2009: pp1-14.
  19. Lawlor DA, Leary S, Davey Smith G. Theoretical underpinning for the use of intergenerational studies in life course epidemiology. In: Lawlor DA, Mishra G (Eds). Family matters: using family based studies to determine the mechanisms underlying early life determinants of adult chronic diseases. Oxford, Oxford University Press. 2009.
  20. Batty GD, Victora CG, Lawlor DA. Family based life course studies in low- and middle-income studies. In: Lawlor DA, Mishra G (Eds). Family matters: using family based studies to determine the mechanisms underlying early life determinants of adult chronic diseases. Oxford, Oxford University Press. 2009.
  21. Lawlor DA, Leon DA. Family based studies applied to the influence of early life factors on cardiovascular disease. In: Lawlor DA, Mishra G (Eds). Family matters: using family based studies to determine the mechanisms underlying early life determinants of adult chronic diseases. Oxford, Oxford University Press. 2009.
  22. Mishra GD, Lawlor DA. The future of family-based studies in life course epidemiology: challenges and opportunities. In: Lawlor DA, Mishra G (Eds). Family matters: using family based studies to determine the mechanisms underlying early life determinants of adult chronic diseases. Oxford, Oxford University Press. 2009: pp 325-334.
  23. Nybo Andersen A-M, Madsen M, Lawlor DA. Birth cohorts: A resource for life course studies. In: Lawlor DA, Mishra G (Eds). Family matters: using family based studies to determine the mechanisms underlying early life determinants of adult chronic diseases. Oxford, Oxford University Press. 2009.
  24. Lawlor DA, Mishra GD. Why family matters. In: Lawlor DA, Mishra G (Eds). Family matters: using family based studies to determine the mechanisms underlying early life determinants of adult chronic diseases.  Oxford, Oxford University Press. 2009: pp13-38.
  25. Palmer TM, Peters JL, Sutton AJ, Moreno SG. Contour-enhanced funnel plots for meta-analysis. In Sterne JAC (Ed). Meta-Analysis in Stata: An Updated Collection from the Stata Journal. College Station. Texas, Stata Press. 2009: pp 124-137.
  26. Carter S, Davey Smith G.  Health and Security.  In: Carter S, Jordan T, Watson S.  Security: sociology and social words.  UK, Manchester University Press. 2008; 35-46.
  27. Davey Smith G, Ebrahim S. Mendelian randomization: Genetic variants as instruments for strengthening causal inference in observational studies. In: Weinbstein M, Vaupel JW, Wachter KW (Eds). National Research Council. Biosocial Surveys. Committee on Advances in Collecting and Utilizing Biological Indicators and Genetic Information on Social Science Surveys. Committee on Population, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. Washington, DC, The National Academies Press. 2008.
  28. Rodriguez S, Gaunt TR, Abdollahi MR, Sonnenberg S, Day IN. In: Batone TE (Ed). Genetic endocrinology of the metabolic syndrome: networks of genotype-determined feedback loop setpoints. Metabolic Syndrome Research Trends. New York, Nova Publishers. 2008: pp. 1-63.
  29. Dorling D, Shaw M, Davey Smith G. Inequalities in mortality rates under New Labour. In: Dowler E, Spencer N (Eds). Challenging health inequalities: from Acheson to “choosing health”. University of Bristol, The Policy Press. 2007.
  30. Palmer LJ, Timpson NJ, Evans DM, Davey Smith G, Cardon LR (submitted). Mapping complex disease genes using linkage disequilibrium and genome-wide association scans. In: Lyle J Palmer, Paul R Burton and George Davey Smith (Eds). An introduction to genetic epidemiology. University of Bristol, The Policy Press. 2007.

Audio-visual Publications

  1. D Evans "Assessing significance in genomewide studies", in Marchini, J. (ed.), Statistical Methods for the Analysis of Genome-Wide  Association Studies: Practical advice and guidance, TheBiomedical & Life Sciences Collection, Henry Stewart Talks Ltd, London (online at http://www.hstalks.com/?t=BL0391953-Evans) 2008.
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