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Mary E. Northridge, PHD, MPH

Mary E. Northridge, PhD, MPH

Associate Professor, NYU College of Dentistry
Associated Professor, NYU College of Global Public Health
Editor Emerita, American Journal of Public Health
Epidemiology and Health Promotion
433 First Avenue, 7th Floor, Room 726, New York, NY 10010
Phone: 212-998-9728
E-mail: men6@nyu.edu

EDUCATION

PhD, Epidemiology, Columbia University 1993
MPH, Environmental Health, UMDNJ-Rutgers 1988
MT, Medical Technology, Morristown Memorial Hospital 1981
BA, Chemistry, University of Virginia 1980

HONORS/CREDENTIALS

  • March 2017: Participant, Dean's Honor Day, Invitation-only brunch at Cipriani
  • February 2017: Honorary Member, Omicron Kappa Upsilon, Omega Chapter, New York University College of Dentistry
  • December 2016: Advisory Board Member, Stewardship Mapping and Assessment Project, US Forest Service
  • September 2016: Nominated by the American Association of Dental Research (AADR) to conduct a Dental Environmental Scan for the Roundtable on Health Literacy of the Health and Medicine Division of the National Academies
  • August 2016: Abstract Reviewer, Promoting Health Equity and Eliminating Disparities Track, 9th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation
  • October 2015: Invited Speaker, 2015 Fall Conference of the Oregon Oral Health Coalition, Portland, OR
  • September 2015: Abstract Reviewer, Prevention and Public Health Track, 8th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation
  • October 2014: Appointed, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, University at Buffalo
  • January 2014: Nominated, The Joan H. Tisch Community Health Prize 2013-14
  • October 2013: Participant, 2013 NIH Working Meeting on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health, Bethesda, MD (by invitation of NCI Deputy Director of Implementation Science Russell E. Glasgow, PhD)
  • October 2013: Participant, Improving Oral Hygiene Behavior: A Workshop to Spark New Ideas for Research, Philadelphia, PA (by invitation of the Executive Director of the University of Pennsylvania Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics, Daniel Polsky, PhD)
  • July 2013: Winner, Goddard Junior Faculty Award, $4000, used to conduct an ATLAS.ti training workshop for an interdisciplinary research team
  • June 2013: Participant, NIDCR Roundtable Discussion on Health Disparities, Bethesda, MD (by invitation of NIDCR Director Martha Somerman, DDS, PhD)
  • September 2012: Participant, Interprofessional Oral Health Core Competencies (IPOHCC) Meeting, Bethesda, MD (sponsored by the Health Resources and Services Administration)
  • July 2012: Participant, 2012 NIH Training Institute for Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health, San Jose, CA (competitive application process)
  • 2012 - Present: Member, Healthy Aging Committee, New York State Department of Health, Bureau of Dental Health
  • 2012 - Present: Chair, Editorial Board, Journal of the Academy of Distinguished Educators (JADE), New York University College of Dentistry
  • 2011 - Present: Member, Expert Advisory Committee (EAC), Sacramento Tree Foundation's Green Prescription Project, USDA Forest Service and the California Department of Forestry
  • 2011 - Present: Chair, Publications Committee, Academy of Distinguished Educators, New York University College of Dentistry
  • 2011 - Present: Member, Academy of Distinguished Educators, NYU College of Dentistry
  • April 2011: Task Force Member, Vibrant Cities and Urban Forests: A National Call to Action, USDA Forest Service and New York Restoration Project
  • June 2010: Participant, Institute on Systems Science and Health 2010, Network Analysis Track, New York, NY (by invitation)
  • 2009 - 2010: Advisory Board Member, Understanding the Dynamic Connections Among Stewardship, Land Cover, and Ecosystem Services in New York City's Urban Forest, Dana R. Fisher, PhD, Principal Investigator
  • May 2009: Participant, Institute on Systems Science and Health 2009, System Dynamics Track, Ann Arbor, MI (competitive application process)
  • 2008 - 2011: NIH Blue Ribbon Panel Member, Risk Assessment of the National Emerging Infectious Disease Laboratory, Boston University Medical Center
  • 2007 - 2008: Co-chair, Data Committee of the Harlem Asthma Network, East and Central Harlem District Public Health Office
  • May 2006: Nominated, Award of Teaching Excellence, Graduating Class, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
  • May 2005: Distinguished Alumna Award, UMDNJ School of Public Health
  • May 2005: Elected Member, Alpha Eta Chapter of the Delta Omega Society, an honorary public health society
  • May 2005: Member, External Review Committee, Department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences, Graduate School of Public Health, University of Pittsburgh
  • 2004 - 2006: Member, Planning Committee, Columbia University Research Symposium on Health Disparities, jointly sponsored by the Center for Community Health Partnerships and the Center for the Health of Urban Minorities at the Columbia University Medical Center
  • 2004 - 2005: Member, Workgroup for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation's 75th Anniversary Seminar: Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities: Schools of Public Health Respond as Engaged Institutions
  • April 2003: Speaker, Convocation address for the 2003 graduating class of the University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public Health: Partnering to advance public health: making a difference through government, community, business, and academic vocations
  • 2002 - 2003: Member, Planning Committee, Health and the Built Environment Conference, New York Academy of Medicine
  • 2000 - Present: Member, Calderone Lecture and Prize Selection Committee
  • 2000 - 2001: Member, Low Socioeconomic Status Steering Committee, Legacy
  • 1998 - 2001: Member, Advisory Committee to the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Survey Research Methods Section, American Statistical Association
  • 1996: Calderone Award Recipient, Columbia University
  • 1994: Anna Gelman Award for Excellence in Epidemiology, Columbia University
  • 1986 - 1988: Graduate Scholar Award, UMDNJ-RWJ Medical School/Rutgers University
  • 1986 - 1988: Garden State Fellowship, UMDNJ-RWJ Medical School/Rutgers University
  • 1984: Outstanding Lecturer Award, Morristown Memorial Hospital
  • 1980: Graduated with High Distinction, University of Virginia
  • 1980: Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa of Virginia, University of Virginia
  • 1976 - 1980: Echols Scholar, University of Virginia

RESEARCH INTERESTS / PROFESSIONAL OVERVIEW

Mary Evelyn Northridge, PhD, MPH is an Associate Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Health Promotion at the New York University College of Dentistry and an Associated Professor at the New York University College of Global Public Health. She also holds a part-time appointment as a Professor of Clinical Sociomedical Sciences (in Dental Medicine) at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and the College of Dental Medicine and an adjunct appointment as a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography, University at Buffalo. Professor Northridge currently serves as the inaugural Editor Emerita of the Journal of the Academy of Distinguished Educators and the inaugural Editor Emerita of the American Journal of Public Health. She has enduring interests in social and environmental determinants of health, including oral health, and a current focus in the utility of implementation science and systems science to promote health equity. She is currently funded by the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research and the Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research of the US National Institutes of Health on a collaborative R01 among researchers and practitioners at the University at Buffalo, Columbia University, and New York University (Lead PI: Northridge). Professor Northridge earned a BA in chemistry with a specialty in biochemistry at the University of Virginia, an MPH in environmental health at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey/Rutgers University, and a PhD in epidemiology at Columbia University. Upon the completion of a post-doctoral fellowship in cancer epidemiology at the Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute in Piscataway, NJ, Professor Northridge continued her academic career at the Harlem Health Promotion Center of Columbia University, where her research and practice projects addressed the elimination of social disparities in health through community-based participatory research for more than two decades. Professor Northridge is the author of more than 200 scientific papers and the co-editor of 2 volumes.

CURRENT FUNDING

Funded Research: Active

2015-2017
ME Northridge, PI
Editor Emerita, American Journal of Public Health
Contract
American Public Health Association
$5,665 (Total Costs per year)
Paid as consultant

2012-2018
ME Northridge, PI, C Kunzel, PI, and SS Metcalf, PI
Integrating Social and Systems Science Approaches to Promote Oral Health Equity
R01DE023072
NIH/NIDCR, OBSSR
$2,410,526 (Direct Costs); $3,694,368 (Total Costs)
20% FTE

2012-2017
C Trinh-Shevrin, PI
Comprehensive Center of Excellence: Center for the Study of Asian American Health
P60MD000538
NIH/NIMHD
$4,214,913 (Direct Costs); $6,865,770 (Total Costs)
5% FTE: Co-Investigator

Funded Research: Pending

2017-2022
ME Northridge, PI, Trinh-Shevrin C, PI, and SS Metcalf, PI
Implementing a Participatory, Multi-level Intervention to Improve Asian American Health
NIH/NIDCR
U01DE027447
$3,469,484 (Direct Costs); $4,069,109 (Total Costs)
15% FTE
Status: Awaiting funding
 

REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS

Complete listing available on the NYU Health Sciences Library site.

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Publications (207 through June 2017)

  1. Estrada I, Kunzel C, Schrimshaw EW, Greenblatt AP, Metcalf SS, Northridge ME. "Seniors only want respect": designing an oral health program for older adults. Journal of Public Health Dentistry. (in review)
  2. Metcalf SS, Northridge ME. Integrating participatory and qualitative insights into dynamic models of oral health disparities. System Dynamics Review. (in review)
  3. Northridge ME, Schenkel AB, Birenz S, Estrada I, Metcalf SS, Wolff MS. "You get beautiful teeth down there": perspectives of racial/ethnic minority older adults on dental schools. Journal of Dental Education. (in press)
  4. Northridge ME. Oral health equity for minority populations. Oxford Bibliographies in Public Health. (in review)
  5. Greenblatt AP, Estrada I, Schrimshaw EW, Metcalf SS, Kunzel C, Northridge ME. Acceptability of chairside screening for racial/ethnic minority older adults: a qualitative study. Journal of Dental Research Clinical & Translational Research. (in press)
  6. Kavathe R, Islam N, Zanowiak J, Wyatt L, Singh H, Northridge ME. Building capacity in the Sikh Asian Indian community to lead participatory oral health projects. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action. (in 2nd re-review)
  7. Kum SS, Northridge ME, Metcalf SS. Using focus groups to design systems science models that promote health equity. BMC Oral Health. (in review)
  8. Chakraborty B, Widener M, Mirzaei Salehabadi S, Northridge ME, Kum SS, Jin Z, Kunzel C, Palmer H, Metcalf SS. Estimating peer density effects on oral health for racial/ethnic minority older adults. Health & Place. (in review)
  9. Jung M, Kwon SC, Edens E, Northridge ME, Trinh-Shevrin C, Yi SS. Determinants of oral health care receipt and self-rated oral health for diverse Asian American subgroups. American Journal of Public Health. (in press)
  10. Northridge ME, Estrada I, Schrimshaw EW, Greenblatt AP, Metcalf SS, Kunzel C. Racial/ethnic minority older adults' perspectives on proposed Medicaid reforms' effects on dental care access. American Journal of Public Health. (in press)
  11. Northridge ME, Schrimshaw EW, Estrada I, Greenblatt AP, Metcalf SS, Kunzel C. Intergenerational and social interventions to improve children's oral health. Dental Clinics of North America. 61(3):533-548, 2017. NIHMSID: NIHMS854950
  12. Metcalf SS, Northridge ME. Engaging in systems science to promote health equity. SAGE Research Methods Case. Published online 27 January 2017. Available at: http://methods.sagepub.com/case/engaging-systems-science-promote-health-equity NIHMSID: NIHMS851116
  13. Northridge ME, Kavathe R, Zanowiak J, Wyatt L, Singh H, Islam N. Implementation and dissemination of the Sikh American Families Oral Health Promotion Program. Translational Behavioral Medicine. Published online 31 January 2017. Available at: http://rdcu.be/oWQ1
  14. Schrimshaw EW, Estrada I, Greenblatt AP, Metcalf SS, Kunzel C, Northridge ME. "You have to be careful with them!": Negative views of dentists as barriers to oral care seeking among racial/ethnic minority older adults. BMC Health Services Research. (in review)
  15. Northridge ME, Metcalf SS. Enhancing implementation science by applying best principles of systems science. Health Research Policy and Systems. 14(1):74, 2016. PMCID: PMC5050576
  16. Northridge ME, Kum SS, Chakraborty B, Greenblatt AP, Marshall SE, Wang H, Kunzel C, Metcalf SS. Third places for health promotion with older adults: using the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research to enhance program implementation and evaluation. Journal of Urban Health. 93(5):851-870, 2016.
  17. Northridge ME, Shedlin M, Schrimshaw EW, Estrada I, De La Cruz L, Peralta R, Birdsall B, Metcalf SS, Chakraborty B, Kunzel C. Recruitment of racial/ethnic minority older adults through community sites for focus group discussions. BMC Public Health. (in press)
  18. Wang H, Northridge ME, Kunzel C, Zhang Q, Kum SS, Gilbert JL, Jin Z, Metcalf SS. Modeling social capital as dynamic networks to promote access to oral healthcare. Social, Cultural, and Behavioral Modeling. 9708:117-130, 2016. PMCID: PMC5031478
  19. Greenblatt AP, Salazar CR, Northridge ME, Kaplan RC, Taylor GW, Finlayson TL, Qi Q, Badner V. Association of diabetes with tooth loss in Hispanic/Latino adults: findings from the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos. BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care. 4(1):e000211, 2016. PMCID: PMC4873949
  20. Northridge ME, Chakraborty B, Salehabadi SM, Metcalf SS, Kunzel C, Greenblatt AP, Borrell LN, Cheng B, Marshall SE, Lamster IB. The influence of dental coverage on the relationship between diabetes status and teeth present in older adults. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved. (in review)
  21. Westphal Theile C, Strauss S, Northridge ME, Birenz S. The oral healthcare manager in a patient-centered health facility. Journal of Evidence-Based Dental Practice. 16S:34-42, 2016. doi: 10.1016/j.jebdp.2016.01.026. PMCID: PMC4888908
  22. Russell SL, Greenblatt AP, Gomes D, Birenz S, Golembeski CA, Shelley D, McGuirk M, Eisenberg E, Northridge ME. Toward implementing primary care at chairside: developing a clinical decision support system for dental hygienists. Journal of Evidence-Based Dental Practice. 15(4):145-151, 2015. Note: Drs. Russell and Greenblatt share first co-authorship. PMCID: PMC4691286
  23. Northridge ME, Birenz S, Gomes D, Golembeski CA, Greenblatt AP, Shelley D, Russell SL. Views of dental providers on primary care coordination at chairside: a pilot study. Journal of Dental Hygiene. 90(3):195-205, 2016. Note: Dr. Northridge and Ms. Birenz share first co-authorship. PMCID: PMC4922530
  24. Kum SS, Wang H, Wang P, Jin Z, De La Cruz L, Northridge ME, Kunzel C, Marshall SE, Metcalf SS. The ElderSmile TimeMap: benefits of connecting statistics with time and place. American Journal of Public Health.105(9):1748-1750, 2015. PMCID: PMC45229788
  25. Kum SS, Wang H, Jin Z, Xu W, Mark J, Northridge ME, Kunzel C, Marshall SE, Metcalf SS. Boundary objects for group model building to explore oral health equity. Cambridge, MA: 33rd International Conference of the System Dynamics Society, 2015. Available at: http://www.systemdynamics.org/conferences/2015/papers/P1302.pdf.
  26. Marshall SE, Schrimshaw EW, Kunzel C, Metcalf SS, Greenblatt AP, De La Cruz LD, Northridge ME. Evidence from ElderSmile for diabetes and hypertension screening in oral health programs. Journal of the California Dental Association. 43(7):379-387, 2015. PMCID: PMC4594879
  27. Metcalf SS, Birenz SS, Kunzel C, Wang H, Schrimshaw EW, Marshall SE, Northridge ME. The impact of Medicaid expansion on oral health equity for older adults: a systems perspective. Journal of the California Dental Association. 43(7):379-387, 2015. PMCID: PMC4596543
  28. Northridge ME, Yu C, Chakraborty B, Port A, Mark J, Golembeski C, Cheng B, Kunzel C, Metcalf SS, Marshall SE, Lamster IB. A community-based oral public health approach to promote health equity. American Journal of Public Health. 105(Suppl 3):S459-S465, 2015. PMCID: PMC4455510
  29. Equinda MJ, Northridge ME, Kerr AR, Curry AR, Vernillo AT. Scoping up dental education to address scientific uncertainty: HPV and oropharyngeal cancer as a case in point. Journal of the Academy of Distinguished Educators. 3(1):9-20, 2015.
  30. Widener MJ, Northridge ME, Chakraborty B, Marshall SE, Lamster IB, Kum S, Metcalf SS. Patterns of chronic conditions in older adults: exploratory spatial findings from the ElderSmile program. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 46(6):643-648, 2014. PMCID: PMC4088340
  31. Brennan M, Hallas D, Jacobs S, Norman R, Robbins M, Northridge M. Home-based whitening toothpastes for the prevention and treatment of tooth staining in adults (Protocol). The Cochrane Library. Issue 1, 2014.
  32. Marshall SE, Cheng B, Northridge ME, Kunzel C, Huang C, Lamster IB. Integrating oral and general health screening at senior centers for minority elders. American Journal of Public Health. 103(6);1022-1025, 2013. PMCID: PMC3670655
  33. Metcalf SS, Northridge ME, Widener MJ, Chakraborty B, Marshall SE, Lamster IB. Modeling social dimensions of oral health among older adults in urban environments. Health Education and Behavior. 40(1S):63S-73S, 2013. PMCID: PMC4088340
  34. Svendsen ES, Northridge ME, Metcalf SS. Integrating grey and green infrastructure to improve the health and well-being of urban populations. Cities and the Environment. 5(1);Article 3, 2012.
  35. Northridge ME, Manji N, Piamonte RT, More FG, Katz RV. HPV, oropharyngeal cancer, and the role of the dentist: a professional ethical approach. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved. 23(4, November 2012 Suppl):47-57, 2012.
  36. McLeroy KR, Northridge ME, Balcazar H, Greenberg MR, Landers SJ. Reporting guidelines and the American Journal of Public Health's adoption of Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses. American Journal of Public Health. 102(5):780-784, 2012. PMCID: PMC3483925
  37. Northridge ME, Chakraborty B, Kunzel C, Metcalf S, Marshall S, Lamster IB. What contributes to self-rated oral health among community-dwelling older adults? Findings from the ElderSmile program. Journal of Public Health Dentistry. 72(3):235-245, 2012. PMCID: PMC3614486
  38. Widener MJ, Metcalf SS, Northridge ME, Chakraborty B, Marshall SE, Lamster IB. Exploring the role of peer density in the self-reported oral health outcomes of older adults: a kernel density based approach. Health and Place. 18(4):782-788, 2012. PMCID: PMC3372621
  39. Metcalf SS, Widener MJ, Northridge ME, Paich M, Marshall S, Lamster IB. Modeling the dynamics of dental health in older adults. Washington, DC: 29th International Conference of the Systems Dynamics Society, 2011. Available at: http://www.systemdynamics.org/conferences/2011/proceed/papers/P1307.pdf.
  40. Northridge ME, Healton CG. Who will deliver on the promise? American Journal of Public Health. 102(1):17-21, 2012. PMCID: PMC3490575
  41. Northridge ME, Freeman L. Urban planning and health equity. Journal of Urban Health. 88(3):582-597, 2011. PMCID: PMC3126931
  42. Northridge ME, Ue F, Borrell LN, Bodnar S, De La Cruz L, Marshall S, Lamster IB. Tooth loss and dental caries in community-dwelling older adults in northern Manhattan. Gerodontology. 29(2):e464-e473, 2012. PMCID: PMC3189437.
  43. Northridge ME, Nye A, Zhang YV, Jack G, Cohall AT. "Third places" for healthy aging: online opportunities for health promotion and disease management in adults in Harlem. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 59(1):175-176, 2011.
  44. Colgrove J, Fried LP, Northridge ME, Rosner D. Schools of public health: essential infrastructure of a responsible society and a 21st-century health system. Public Health Reports. 125(1):8-14, 2010. PMCID: PMC2789812
  45. Cohall AT, Nye A, Moon-Howard J, Kukafka R, Dye B, Vaughan RD, Northridge ME. Computer use, internet access, and online health searching among Harlem adults. American Journal of Health Promotion. 25(5):325-333, 2011.
  46. Marshall S, Northridge ME, De La Cruz LD, Vaughan RD, O'Neil-Dunne J, Lamster IB. ElderSmile: a comprehensive approach to improving oral health for seniors. American Journal of Public Health. 99(4):595-599, 2009. PMCID: PMC2661437
  47. Hutchinson VE, Northridge ME, Lebovitz LL, Northridge JL, Vaughn RL, Vaughan RD, for the Harlem Family Asthma Center. Family-centered approach to providing comprehensive asthma care services: the Harlem Family Asthma Center. Cardozo Journal of Law and Gender. 13:747-758, 2008. Note: Drs. Hutchinson and Northridge share first co-authorship.
  48. Northridge ME, Scott G, Swaner R, Northridge JL, Jean-Louis B, Klihr-Beall S, Vaughn R, Pradier YJ, Vaughn RD, Hayes R, Caraballo RS. Toward a smoke-free Harlem: engaging families, agencies, and community-based programs. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved. 20(1):107-121, 2009.
  49. Young AMW, Perez LM, Northridge ME, Vaughn RL, Braithwaite K, Treadwell HM. Bringing to light the health needs of African-American men: the Overtown Men's Health Study. The Journal of Men's Health and Gender. 4(2):140-148, 2007.
  50. Treadwell HM, Northridge ME, Bethea TN. Confronting racism and sexism to improve men's health. American Journal of Men's Health. 1(1):81-86, 2007.
  51. Northridge ME, Vallone D, Xiao H, Green M, Weikie Blackwood J, Kemper SE, Duke J, Watson KA, Burrus B, Treadwell HM. The importance of location for tobacco cessation: rural-urban disparities in quit success in underserved West Virginia Counties. Journal of Rural Health. 24(2):106-115, 2008. Note: Drs. Northridge and Vallone share first co-authorship.
  52. Treadwell HM, Northridge ME. Oral health is the measure of a just society. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved. 18(1):12-20, 2007.
  53. Burrus B, Northridge ME, Hund L, Green M, Braithwaite K, Sabol B, Healton C, Treadwell HM, Wenter D, Dolina S, Vallone D, Duke J, Batson J, Blackwood J, Bristow Z, Demps W, Ferguson C, Laton C, Mack M, Perez L, Pizarro M, Ragonesi C, Ruland J, Smith L, Walters G, North SR; Legacy/Community Voices Initiative. Perspectives from the front lines of tobacco control. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved. 17(1 Suppl):124-142, 2006. Note: Drs. Burrus and Northridge share first co-authorship.
  54. Kwon HL, Ortiz B, Swaner R, Shoemaker K, Jean-Louis B, Northridge ME, Vaughan RD, Marx T, Goodman A, Borrell LN, Nicholas SW; Harlem Children's Zone Asthma Initiative. Childhood asthma and extreme values of body mass index: The Harlem Children's Zone Asthma Initiative. Journal of Urban Health. 83(3):421-433, 2006. Note: Drs. Kwon and Ortiz share first co-authorship. PMCID: PMC2527185
  55. Borrell LN, Northridge ME, Miller DB, Golembeski CA, Spielman SE, Sclar ED, Lamster IB. Oral health and health care for older adults: a spatial approach for addressing disparities and planning services. Special Care in Dentistry. 26(6):252-256, 2006.
  56. Northridge ME, Shoemaker K, Jean-Louis B, Ortiz B, Swaner R, Vaughan RD, Cushman LF, Hutchinson VE, Nicholas SW. What matters to communities? Using community-based participatory research to ask and answer questions regarding the environment and health. Environmental Health Perspectives. 113(Suppl 1):34-41, 2005.
  57. Nicholas SW, Hutchinson VE, Ortiz B, Klihr-Beall S, Jean-Louis B, Shoemaker K, Singleton C, Credell J, Swaner R, Vaughan RD, Northridge ME, Cushman LF, Polley E, Golembeski C. Reducing childhood asthma through community-based service delivery--New York City, 2001-2004. MMWR Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. 54(1):11-14, 2005.
  58. Spielman SE, Golembeski CA, Northridge ME, Vaughan RD, Swaner R, Jean-Louis B, Shoemaker K, Klihr-Beall S, Polley E, Cushman LF, Ortiz B, Hutchinson VE, Nicholas SW, Marx T, Hayes R, Goodman A, Sclar ED. Interdisciplinary planning for healthier communities: findings from the Harlem Children's Zone Asthma Initiative. Journal of the American Planning Association. 72(1):100-108, 2006.
  59. Nicholas SW, Jean-Louis B, Ortiz B, Northridge M, Shoemaker K, Vaughan R, Rome M, Canada G, Hutchinson V. Addressing the childhood asthma crisis in Harlem: the Harlem Children's Zone Asthma Initiative. American Journal of Public Health. 95(2):245-249, 2005. PMCID: PMC1449161
  60. Sclar ED, Northridge ME, Karpel EM. Promoting interdisciplinary curricula and training in transportation, land use, physical activity, and health. Transportation Research Board Special Report 282, 2005.
  61. Schulz A, Northridge ME. Social determinants of health: implications for environmental health promotion. Health Education and Behavior. 31(4):455-471, 2004.
  62. Cohall AT, Cohall R, Ellis JA, Vaughan RD, Northridge ME, Watkins-Byant G, Butcher J. More than heights and weights: What parents of urban adolescents want from health care providers. Journal of Adolescent Health. 34(4):258-261, 2004.
  63. Northridge ME, Sclar ED, Biswas P. Sorting out the connections between the built environment and health: a conceptual framework for navigating pathways and planning healthy cities. Journal of Urban Health. 80(4):556-568, 2003. PMCID: PMC3456215
  64. Krieger N, Northridge M, Gruskin S, Quinn M, Kriebel D, Davey-Smith G, Bassett M, Rehkopf DH, Miller C; HIA "promise and pitfalls" conference group. Assessing health impact assessment: multidisciplinary and international perspectives. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 57(9):659-662, 2003. PMCID: PMC1732556
  65. Northridge ME, Levick N. Preventing falls at home: transforming unsafe spaces into healthy places for older people. Generations: Journal of the American Society on Aging. 26(4):42-47, 2002.
  66. Northridge ME, Stover GN, Rosenthal JE, Sherard D. Environmental equity and health: understanding complexity and moving forward. American Journal of Public Health. 93(2):209-214, 2003. PMCID: PMC1447718
  67. Northridge ME, Sclar E. A joint urban planning and public health framework: contributions to health impact assessment. American Journal of Public Health. 93(1):118-121, 2003. PMCID: PMC1447705
  68. Zabos GP, Northridge ME, Ro MJ, Trinh C, Vaughan R, Moon-Howard J, Lamster I, Bassett MT, Cohall AT. Lack of oral health care for adults in Harlem: a hidden crisis. American Journal of Public Health. 92(1):49-52, 2002. PMCID: PMC1447387 and 98(Suppl 1):S102-S105, 2008. PMCID: PMC2518597
  69. Northridge ME, Meyer IH, Dunn L. Overlooked and Underserved in Harlem: A population-based survey of adults with asthma. Environmental Health Perspectives. 110 (Suppl 2):217-220, 2002. PMCID: PMC1241166
  70. Kinney PL, Northridge ME, Chew GL, Gronning E, Joseph E, Correa JC, Prakash S, Goldstein I. On the front lines: an environmental asthma intervention in New York City. American Journal of Public Health. 92(1):24-26, 2002. PMCID: PMC1447378
  71. Northridge ME, Kinney P, Chew G, Shepard P, Corbin-Mark C, Graziano J. Community Outreach and Education Program (COEP) at the NIEHS Center for Environmental Health in Northern Manhattan: the basis for conducting scientifically valid, socially relevant research. Environmental Epidemiology and Toxicology. 2(2-3):142-150, 2000.
  72. Reiff M, Schwartz S, Northridge M. Relationship of depressive symptoms to hypertension in a household survey in Harlem. Psychosomatic Medicine. 63(5):711-721, 2001.
  73. Cohall A, Kassotis J, Parks R, Vaughan R, Bannister H, Northridge M. Adolescents in the age of AIDS: myths, misconceptions, and misunderstandings regarding sexually transmitted diseases. Journal of the National Medical Association. 93(2):64-69, 2001. PMCID: PMC2640634
  74. Northridge ME, Vallone D, Merzel C, Greene D, Shepard P, Cohall AT, Healton CG. The adolescent years: an academic-community partnership in Harlem comes of age. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 6(1):53-60, 2000.
  75. Beer-Borst S, Morabia A, Hercberg S, Bernstein MS, Galan P, Galasso R, Giampaoli S, Houterman S, Lo Noce C, McCrum E, Panico S, Preziosi P, Ribas L, Serra-Majem L, Verschuren M, Yarnell J, Northridge ME. Public health professionals' evaluation of EURALIM, a European information campaign on diet and nutrition. Revista Espanola de Nutricion Comunitaria. 6(3):123-131, 2000.
  76. Beer-Borst S, Hercberg S, Morabia A, Bernstein MS, Galan P, Galasso R, Giampaoli S, McCrum E, Panico S, Preziosi P, Ribas L, Serra-Majem L, Vescio MF, Vitek O, Yarnell J, Northridge ME. Dietary patterns in six European populations: results from EURALIM, a collaborative European data harmonization and information campaign. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 54(3):253-262, 2000.
  77. Beer-Borst S, Morabia A, Hercberg S, Vitek O, Bernstein MS, Galan P, Galasso R, Giampaoli S, Houterman S, McCrum E, Panico S, Pannozzo F, Preziosi P, Ribas L, Serra-Majem L, Verschuren WM, Yarnell J, Northridge ME. Obesity and other health determinants across Europe: the EURALIM project. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 54(6):424-430, 2000. PMCID: PMC1731700
  78. Kinney PL, Aggarwal M, Northridge ME, Janssen NAH, Shepard P. Airborne concentrations of PM2.5 and diesel exhaust particles on Harlem sidewalks: a community-based pilot study. Environmental Health Perspectives. 108(3):213-218, 2000. PMCID: PMC1637978
  79. Diez-Roux AV, Link BG, Northridge ME. A multilevel analysis of income inequality and cardiovascular disease risk factors. Social Science and Medicine. 50(5):673-687, 2000.
  80. Cohall A, Cohall R, Bannister H, Northridge M. Love shouldn't hurt: strategies for health care providers to address adolescent dating violence. Journal of the American Medical Women's Association. 54(3):144-148, 1999.
  81. Northridge ME, Yankura J, Kinney PL, Santella RM, Shepard P, Riojas Y, Aggarwal M, Strickland P, the Earth Crew. Diesel exhaust exposure among adolescents in Harlem: a community-driven study. American Journal of Public Health. 89(7):998-1002, 1999. PMCID: PMC1508854
  82. Diez-Roux AV, Northridge ME, Morabia A, Bassett MT, Shea S. Prevalence and social correlates of cardiovascular disease risk factors in Harlem. American Journal of Public Health. 89(3):302-307, 1999. PMCID: PMC1508584
  83. Fullilove RE, Fullilove MT, Northridge ME, Ganz ML, Bassett MT, McLean DE, Aidala AA, Gemson DH, McCord C. Risk factors for excess mortality in Harlem: findings from the Harlem Household Survey. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 16(Suppl 3):22-28, 1999.
  84. Link BG, Northridge ME, Phelan JC, Ganz ML. Social epidemiology and the fundamental cause concept: on the structuring of effective cancer screens by socioeconomic status. Milbank Quarterly. 76(3):375-402, 1998. PMCID: PMC2751089
  85. Northridge ME, Morabia A, Ganz ML, Bassett MT, Gemson D, Andrews H, McCord C. Contribution of smoking to excess mortality in Harlem. American Journal of Epidemiology. 147(3):250-258, 1998.
  86. Greenberg MR, Schneider D, Northridge ME, Ganz ML. Region of birth and black diets: the Harlem household survey. American Journal of Public Health. 88(8):1199-1202, 1998. PMCID: PMC1508297
  87. Northridge ME, Rhoads GG, Wartenberg D, Koffman D. The importance of histologic type on breast cancer survival. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 50(3):283-290, 1997.
  88. Northridge ME, Nevitt MC, Kelsey JL. Non-syncopal falls in the elderly in relation to home environments. Osteoporosis International. 6(3):249-255, 1996.
  89. Northridge ME. Public health methods--attributable risk as a link between causality and public health action. American Journal of Public Health. 85(9):1202-1204, 1995. PMCID: PMC1615585
  90. Northridge ME, Nevitt MC, Kelsey JL, Link B. Home hazards and falls in the elderly: the role of health and functional status. American Journal of Public Health. 85(4):509-515, 1995. PMCID: PMC1615116
  91. Wartenberg D, Northridge M, Rhoads GG. Is there really a conceptual difference in choosing the cutpoint for dichotomizing outcome and predictor variables? Epidemiology. 4(3):274-275; author reply 276, 1993.
  92. Goldstein BD, Demak M, Northridge M, Wartenberg D. Risk to groundlings of death due to airplane accidents: a risk communication tool. Risk Analysis. 12(3):339-341, 1992.
  93. Wartenberg D, Northridge M. Defining exposure in case-control studies: a new approach. American Journal of Epidemiology. 133(10):1058-1071, 1991. 

  1. Lamster IB, Northridge ME, eds. Improving oral health for the elderly: an interdisciplinary approach. New York, NY: Springer; 2008.
  2. Meyer IH, Northridge ME, eds. The health of sexual minorities: public health perspectives on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender populations. New York, NY: Springer; 2007.

  1. Metcalf SS, Svendsen ES, Knigge L, Wang H, Palmer HD, Northridge ME. Urban Greening as a Social Movement. In: Gatrell JD, Jensen RR, Patterson MW, Hoalst-Pullen N, eds. Urban sustainability: policy and praxis. Geotechnologies and the environment. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing; 2016:233-248.
  2. Peltz ID, Lipp MJ, Northridge ME. Building excitement for critical thinking. New York, NY: New York University College of Dentistry, 2015.
  3. Northridge ME. Honing Your Writing Skills for Peer-reviewed Publication. In: Levy BS, Gaufin JR, eds. Mastering public health: essential skills for effective practice. New York, NY: Oxford University Press; 2012:92-96.
  4. Northridge ME. Toward the Ethical Conduct of Science and a Socially Just World. In: Katz RV, Warren RC, eds. The search for the legacy of the USPHS syphilis study at Tuskegee: reflective essays based upon findings from the Tuskegee Legacy Project. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books; 2011:49-58.
  5. Northridge ME, Feighery A. Introduction: A Systems Science Approach to Promoting Healthy Homes. In: Morley R, Mickalide AD, Mack KA, eds. Healthy & safe homes: research, practice, and policy. Washington, DC: American Public Health Association; 2011:1-13.
  6. Northridge ME, Freeman L. Urban Planning and Health Equity: World Health Organization; 2010.
  7. Northridge, ME. Foreword. In: Treadwell HM, Ro MJ, Pérez LM, eds. Community Voices: health matters. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass; 2010:ix-xii.
  8. Treadwell HM, Northridge ME, Bethea TN. Health Disparity and Vulnerable Populations: Confronting Racism and Sexism to Improve Men's Health. In: Treadwell HM, Ro MJ, Pérez LM, eds. Community Voices: health matters. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass; 2010:203-212.
  9. Treadwell HM, Northridge ME. Oral Health Is the Measure of a Just Society. In: Treadwell HM, Ro MJ, Pérez LM, eds. Community Voices: health matters. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass; 2010:223-233.
  10. Northridge ME, Sclar ED, Feighery A, Fiebach MZ, Kurtz EK. Reinventing Healthy and Sustainable Communities: Reconnecting Public Health and Urban Planning. In: Babones SJ, ed. Social inequality and public health. Portland, OR: Policy Press; 2009:45-62.
  11. Northridge ME, Vaughn RL, Cohall AT. Emerging Demographics and Health Care Trends. In: Parker JC, Thorson E, eds. Health communication in the new media landscape. New York, NY: Springer 2009:23-39.
  12. Lamster IB, Northridge ME. Preface: Oral Health Across the Life Course. In: Lamster IB, Northridge ME, eds. Improving oral health for the elderly: an interdisciplinary approach. New York, NY: Springer; 2008:vii-x.
  13. Northridge ME, Lamster IB. Conclusion: Interdisciplinary Planning to Meet the Oral Health Care Needs of Older Adults. In: Lamster IB, Northridge ME, eds. Improving oral health for the elderly: an interdisciplinary approach. New York, NY: Springer; 2008:481-485.
  14. Meyer IH, Northridge ME. Preface. In: Meyer IH, Northridge ME, eds. The health of sexual minorities: public health perspectives on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender populations. New York, NY: Springer; 2007:v-x.
  15. Northridge ME, McGrath BP, Krueger SQ. Using Community-Based Participatory Research to Understand and Eliminate Social Disparities in Health for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Populations. In: Meyer IH, Northridge ME, eds. The health of sexual minorities: public health perspectives on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender populations. New York, NY: Springer; 2007:455-470.
  16. Treadwell HM, Northridge ME, Bethea TN. Building the Case for Oral Health Care for Prisoners: Presenting the Evidence and Calling for Justice. In: Greifinger RB, Bick JA, Goldenson J, eds. Public health behind bars: from prisons to communities. New York, NY: Springer; 2007:333-344.
  17. Northridge ME. Foreward. In: Community-based health organizations: advocating for improved health. Bayne Smith M, Graham Y, Guttmacher S, eds. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass; 2005:xi-xiii.
  18. Morabia A, Northridge ME, Beer-Borst S, Hercberg S. Harmonizing Local Health Survey Data: The EURALIM Experience. In: Global behavioral risk factor surveillance. DV McQueen and P Puska, eds. New York, NY: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers; 2003:133-154.
  19. Ro MJ, Treadwell HM, Northridge M. Community Health Workers and Community Voices: Promoting Good Health. Atlanta, GA: Community Voices, National Center for Primary Care, Morehouse School of Medicine; 2003.
  20. Northridge ME. Home hazards, physical functioning, and nonsyncopal falls at home in older persons [9412824]. United States -- New York, NY: Columbia University; 1993.  

  1. Northridge ME. Dental benefits: "Because Medicaid has, how do you call it? A limit." American Journal of Public Health. 106(10):1726-1728, 2016. PMCID: PMC5024364
  2. Marshall SE, Northridge ME, Lamster IB: Authorship Team and ElderSmile Program. Dr. Marshall responds. (Dentists and health screenings.) Journal of the California Dental Association. 43(12):701-702, 2015. PMCID: PMC4770900
  3. Northridge ME. On leadership. American Journal of Public Health. 105(6):1060, 2015.
  4. Bergeron CD, Northridge ME. Envisioning a healthier future. American Journal of Public Health. 105(4):612, 2015.
  5. Northridge ME, Holtzman D, Bergeron CD, Zambrana RE, Greenberg MR. Mentoring for publication in the American Journal of Public Health. American Journal of Public Health. 105(S1):S14-S16, 2015.
  6. Northridge ME, Holtzman D. Paper and reviewer of the year award winners. American Journal of Public Health. 104(11):e8-e11, 2014.
  7. Northridge ME. The social justice agenda. American Journal of Public Health. 104(9):1576-1578, 2014.
  8. Northridge ME, de Camargo KR. Entre los valores y el pragmatismo. American Journal of Public Health. 104(Suppl 2):S193, 2014.
  9. Northridge ME, de Camargo KR. Values and pragmatism. American Journal of Public Health. 104(Suppl 2):S194, 2014.
  10. Svendsen E, Baine G, Northridge ME, Metcalf SS. Recognizing resilience. American Journal of Public Health. 104(4):581-583, 2014.
  11. Northridge ME, Holtzman D. Paper and reviewer of the year award winners. American Journal of Public Health. 103(11):e13-e15, 2013. PMCID: PMC3673274
  12. Northridge ME, Mark J. Protecting public places. American Journal of Public Health. 103(7):1157, 2013. PMCID: PMC3682630.
  13. Northridge ME, Holtzman D. Paper and reviewer of the year award winners. American Journal of Public Health. 103(4):e5-e31, 2013.
  14. Stover GN, Northridge ME. The social legacy of HIV/AIDS. American Journal of Public Health. 103(2):199, 2013.
  15. Northridge ME, Robbins MR. Why JADE? Why now? Journal of the Academy of Distinguished Educators. 1(1):3-4, 2013.
  16. Northridge ME. The strengths of an aging society. American Journal of Public Health. 102(8):1432, 2012. PMCID: PMC3464864
  17. Northridge ME. We are the 99 percent. American Journal of Public Health. 102(4):585, 2012. PMCID: PMC3489365
  18. Anderson LA, Goodman RA, Holtzman D, Posner SF, Northridge ME. Aging in the United States: opportunities and challenges for public health. American Journal of Public Health. 102(3):393-395, 2012.
  19. Northridge ME, Wilson JR, Selzer B, Vaughan RD. It's about time: team-based editing at the American Journal of Public Health. American Journal of Public Health. 101(11):2009-2011, 2011.
  20. Northridge ME, Glick M, Metcalf SS, Shelley D. Public health support for the health home model. American Journal of Public Health. 101(10):1818-1820, 2011. PMCID: PMC3222354
  21. Metcalf SS, Northridge ME, Lamster IB. A systems perspective for dental health in older adults. American Journal of Public Health. 101(10):1820-1823, 2011. PMCID: PMC3222354
  22. Northridge ME. A review of "Lesbian health 101: a clinician's guide" by Suzanne L. Dibble and Patricia A. Robertson. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Mental Health. 14(4):369-371, 2010.
  23. Northridge ME. Nomination of Scarlett Lin Gomez, PhD, as Year 2010 Reviewer of the Year. American Journal of Public Health. 101(1):e3-e4, 2011.
  24. Northridge ME. Community-building through reviewing for the Journal. American Journal of Public Health. 101(4):e1-e12, 2011.
  25. Vibrant Cities and Urban Forests Taskforce (Taskforce Member: Northridge ME). Vibrant cities and urban forests: a national call to action. New York, NY: New York Restoration Project; 2011.
  26. Northridge ME. Adult health. American Journal of Public Health. 100(10):1827, 2010. PMCID: PMC2937003
  27. Northridge ME, Balcazar H, Benjamin GC. Leading the way toward the next 100 years of publishing. American Journal of Public Health. 100(11):2019-2021, 2010. PMCID: PMC2951947
  28. Northridge ME. A review of "Examining Tuskegee: the infamous syphilis study and its legacy." Health Affairs. 29(6):1271-1272, 2010.
  29. Northridge ME. Integrating public health across sectors. American Journal of Public Health. 100(2):200, 2010. PMCID: PMC2804634
  30. Northridge ME, de Camargo KR, Brown TM. Year 2009 AJPH Reviewer of the Year: Theodore M. Brown, PhD. American Journal of Public Health. 99(11):e1-e2, 2009.
  31. Northridge ME. Tribute to peer reviewers from the editors of the American Journal of Public Health. American Journal of Public Health. 99(4):e1-e8, 2009.
  32. Northridge ME, Duane JF. Serving the public good. American Journal of Public Health. 99(3):393, 2009. PMCID: PMC2661434
  33. Balcazar H, Northridge ME, Benjamin GC, Kapadia F, Hann NE. Resolving conflict. American Journal of Public Health. 99(3):394-396, 2009. PMCID: PMC2661435
  34. Northridge ME. Reviewing for the Journal: history, theory, methods, and tools. American Journal of Public Health. 98(4):e1-e19, 2008. PMCID: PMC2376972
  35. Northridge ME. A review of "Planet of slums" by Mike Davis. Global Public Health. 4(4):414-416, 2009.
  36. Northridge ME. Who are we? American Journal of Public Health. 98(3):392, 2008. PMCID: PMC2253581 and 98(Suppl 1):S59, 2008. PMCID: PMC2518579
  37. Hann NE, Northridge ME, Benjamin GC, Balcazar H. Prepared to serve public health. American Journal of Public Health. 97(Suppl 1):S12-S14, 2007. PMCID: PMC1854997
  38. Northridge ME. In solidarity. American Journal of Public Health. 97(3):394, 2007. PMCID: PMC1805029
  39. Northridge ME. Coming together to enhance public health. American Journal of Public Health. 96(11):1902, 2006. PMCID: PMC1751817
  40. Bruning N, Northridge ME. Moving through life. American Journal of Public Health. 96(7):1151, 2006. PMCID: PMC1483871
  41. Northridge ME, Greenberg MR. Strengthening the evidence base for public health. American Journal of Public Health. 95(11):1882, 2005. PMCID: PMC1449450
  42. Northridge ME. Tribute to the Journal's review staff and peer reviewers. American Journal of Public Health. 95(4):e1 (7 pages), 2005.
  43. Northridge ME. It takes lawyers to deliver health care. American Journal of Public Health. 95(3):376, 2005. PMCID: PMC1449184
  44. Northridge ME, McLeroy KR, Haviland ML, Johnson NJ, Benjamin GC. Editorial independence at the journal. American Journal of Public Health. 95(3):377-379, 2005. PMCID: PMC1449185
  45. Northridge ME, Sidibe S, Goehl TJ. Environment and health: capacity building for the future. American Journal of Public Health. 94(11):1849-1850, 2004. PMCID: PMC1448549 and Environnement et santé: augmenter le potential pour le future. 94(11):1850-1851, 2004. PMCID: PMC1448550 and Environmental Health Perspectives. 112(15):A858-A860, 2004. PMCID: PMC1247638
  46. Northridge ME, Lamster IB. A life course approach to preventing and treating oral disease. Sozial- und Praventivmedizin. 49(5):299-300, 2004.
  47. Northridge ME. Public health impact. Sozial-Und Praventivmedizin. 49(1):3-4, 2004.
  48. Northridge ME. Editor's Note for Ibrahim SA: Eliminating health inequalities. American Journal of Public Health. 93(10):1618, 2003.
  49. Northridge ME. Building coalitions for tobacco control and prevention in the 21st century. American Journal of Public Health. 94(2):178-180, 2004. PMCID: PMC1448224
  50. Northridge ME, McLeroy KR, Haviland ML. Essential tensions in the journal. American Journal of Public Health. 94(1):11-13, 2004. PMCID: PMC1449813
  51. Sclar ED, Northridge ME. Slums, slum dwellers, and health. American Journal of Public Health. 93(9):1381, 2003. PMCID: PMC1447975
  52. Northridge ME. Accounting for diversity and holding governments accountable: incorporating ethnicity into local health surveys and public health surveillance systems. Sozial-Und Praventivmedizin. 48(4):211-213, 2003.
  53. Northridge ME. Partnering to advance public health: making a difference through government community, business, and academic vocations. American Journal of Public Health. 93(8):1205-1206, 2003. PMCID: PMC1447937
  54. Northridge ME. HIV returns. American Journal of Public Health. 93(6):860, 2003. PMCID: PMC1447853
  55. Northridge ME, Ellis JA. Applying population health models. American Journal of Public Health. 93(3):365, 2003. PMCID: PMC1449801
  56. Northridge ME. Putting the "public" back into public health. American Journal of Public Health. 92(11):1710, 2002. PMCID: PMC1447314
  57. Northridge ME, Jean-Louis B, Shoemaker K, Nicholas S. Advancing population health in the Harlem Children's Zone Project. Sozial-Und Praventivmedizin. 47(4):201-202, 2002.
  58. Northridge ME, Mack R. Integrating ethnomedicine into public health. American Journal of Public Health. 92(10):1561, 2002. PMCID: PMC3221446
  59. Akhter MN, Northridge ME. Ethics in public health. American Journal of Public Health. 92(7):1056, 2002. PMCID: PMC3222277
  60. Ellis J, Northridge ME. Tobacco and the media. American Journal of Public Health. 92(6):895, 2002. PMCID: PMC1447478
  61. Northridge ME, Sclar ED. Housing and health. American Journal of Public Health. 92(5):701, 2002. PMCID: PMC3222228
  62. Shepard PM, Northridge ME, Prakash S, Stover G. Preface: Advancing environmental justice through community-based participatory research. Environmental Health Perspectives. 110(Suppl 2):139-140, 2002.
  63. Stover GN, Northridge ME. The health of women of color. American Journal of Public Health. 92(4):511, 2002. PMCID: PMC1447104
  64. Northridge ME. The global spread of HIV. American Journal of Public Health. 92(3):335, 2002. PMCID: PMC1447069
  65. Northridge ME. Reconnecting the mouth to the body of public health. American Journal of Public Health. 92(1):9, 2002. PMCID: PMC1447373 and 98(Suppl 1):S81, 2008. PMCID: PMC2518570
  66. Northridge ME. Health and human rights. American Journal of Public Health. 91(12):1921, 2001. PMCID: PMC1446904
  67. Northridge ME. Immigration and public health. American Journal of Public Health. 91(11):1735, 2001. PMCID: PMC1446863
  68. Northridge ME, Wilcox J. One world: global health. American Journal of Public Health. 91(10):1548, 2001. PMCID: PMC1446819
  69. Northridge ME, Wilcox J. Labor Day and public health. American Journal of Public Health. 91(9):1347, 2001. PMCID: PMC1446773
  70. Northridge ME. Advancing lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender health. American Journal of Public Health. 91(6):855-856, 2001.
  71. Northridge ME. Tempo and scale of change. American Journal of Public Health. 91(8):1171, 2001. PMCID: PMC1446734
  72. Sclar E, Northridge ME. Property, politics, and public health. American Journal of Public Health. 91(7):1013-1015, 2001. PMCID: PMC1446698
  73. Northridge ME, Wilcox J. The power of pictures. American Journal of Public Health. 91(2):194, 2001. PMCID: PMC1446531
  74. Northridge ME. "Going Public" in the Journal. American Journal of Public Health. 90(6):873-874, 2000.
  75. Northridge ME. Putting diversity into practice. American Journal of Public Health. 90(5):689-690, 2000.
  76. Cohen HW, Northridge ME. Getting political: racism and urban health. American Journal of Public Health. 90(6):841-842, 2000. PMCID: PMC1446250 and 98(Suppl 1):S17-S19, 2008. PMCID: PMC2518583
  77. Northridge ME, Fee E, Schuchat A. In appreciation: Abram S. "Bud" Benenson, MD. American Journal of Public Health. 90(2):179-180, 2000.
  78. Levin BW, Northridge ME. Why "public health matters." American Journal of Public Health. 89(11):1631-1632, 1999. PMCID: PMC1508967
  79. Schneider D, Northridge ME. Promoting the health and well-being of future generations. American Journal of Public Health. 89(2):155-157, 1999. PMCID: PMC1508529
  80. Diez-Roux AV, Link BG, Northridge ME. Income inequality and cardiovascular disease risk factors. Circulation. 99(8):1112, 1999.
  81. Morabia A, Beer-Borst S, Hercberg S, EURALIM (European Information Campaign on Diet and Nutrition) Study Group. Locally based surveys, unite! The EURALIM example. American Journal of Public Health. 88(8):1153-1155, 1998.
  82. Northridge M. New rules for authorship in the journal: your contributions are recognized--and published! American Journal of Public Health. 88(5):733-734, 1998. PMCID: PMC1508926
  83. Susser M, Northridge ME. A final tribute to reviewers. American Journal of Public Health. 88(2):187, 1998. PMCID: PMC1508199
  84. Kinney PL, Northridge M, Shepard P. Community-based research on indoor and outdoor risk factors in New York City. Epidemiology. 9(4S):S53, 1998.
  85. Northridge ME, Levin B, Feinleib M, Susser MW. Statistics in the Journal--significance, confidence, and all that. American Journal of Public Health. 87(7):1092-1095, 1997. PMCID: PMC1380876
  86. Northridge ME, Shepard PM. Environmental racism and public health. American Journal of Public Health. 87(5):730-732, 1997. PMCID: PMC1381040
  87. Susser M, Northridge ME. Reviewing for the Journal. American Journal of Public Health. 86(2):161, 1996. PMCID: PMC1380321
  88. Northridge ME, Wartenberg D. Pesticides and chronic health effects: noncancer endpoints demand closer epidemiologic and regulatory scrutiny. Epidemiology. 6(2S):S25, 1995.
  89. Northridge ME, Susser M. Seven fatal flaws in submitted manuscripts. American Journal of Public Health. 84(5):718-719, 1994. PMCID: PMC1615051
  90. Northridge ME, Susser M. The paper route for submissions to the Journal. American Journal of Public Health. 84(5):717-718, 1994. PMCID: PMC1615048
  91. Wartenberg D, Northridge M. Wartenberg and Northridge reply. American Journal of Epidemiology. 139(4):443-444, 1994.
  92. Wartenberg D, Northridge M. The authors reply. American Journal of Epidemiology. 136(10):1294, 1992.