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Read peer-reviewed articles and other publications written by our research team.  Use the box on the right to search publications by topic area.

Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine | September, 2013

Kilaru AS, Leffer M, Perkner J, Sawyer K, Jolley CE, Nadkarni LD, Shofer FS, Merchant RM.

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Resuscitation | July, 2013

Leung ACAsch DALozada KNSaynisch OBAsch JMBecker NGriffis HMShofer FHershey JCHill SBranas CCNichol GBecker LBMerchant RM

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Journal of General Internal Medicine | July, 2013

Benjamin Ranard ABYoonhee Ha MSc, Zachary Meisel MD, MPH, MS, David Asch MD, MBAShawndra Hill PhDLance Becker MD, Anne Seymour MS, Raina Merchant MD, MSHP

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Emergency Medicine Journal | May, 2013

Anna Marie Chang, Alison Leung, Olivia Saynisch, Heather GriffisShawndra HillJohn HersheyLance Becker, David AschAriel Seidman, Raina Merchant

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Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes | March, 2013

Raina Merchant, David Asch, John Hershey, Heather Griffis, Shawndra Hill,Olivia Saynisch, Alison LeungJeremy AschKirk Lozada, Lindsay Nadkarni, Austin Kilaru, Charles Branas, Eric Stone, Larry Starr, Frances Shofer, Graham Nichol, and Lance Becker

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Pharmacoepidemiology & Drug and Safety | March, 2013

Mao JJChung ABenton AHill SUngar LLeonard CEHennessy SHolmes JH

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Resuscitation | February, 2013

Justin Bosley, Nina Zhao, Shawndra HillFrances Shofer, David AschLance Becker, Raina Merchant

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The New England Journal of Medicine | July, 2011

Raina Merchant, MD, Stacy Elmber, MA, and Nicole Lurie, MD, MSPH

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