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Headquarters advisory group

Markus Behrend Ruth Bonita John Clements Chris Dye Joan Dzenowagis Michael Eriksen David Evans Metin Gulmezoglum Susan Holck Christopher Murray Thomson Prentice Iqbal Shah Kathleen Strong Tessa Tan-Torres Edejer Paul Van Look Yasmin Von Schirnding Maged Younes

Regional reference group

Billo Mounkaila Abdou Sussan Bassiri David Brandling-Bennet Anca Dumitrescu Myint Htwe Soe Ynunt-U

Cost-effectiveness assessment

Taghreed Adam Moses Aikins Perihan Al-Husseini Rob Baltussen James K. Bartram Robert E. Black Ilja Borysenko Cynthia Boschi-Pinto Daniel Chisholm Christina Ciecierski Gerald Dziekan Steeve Ebener Sahra El-Ghannam David Evans Majid Ezzati Valery Feigin Laurence Haller Chika Hayashi Yunpeng Huang Jose Hueb Yvan Hutin Raymond Hutubessy Benjamin Johns Jeremy Lauer Carlene Lawes Julia Lowe Colin Mathers Sumi Mehta Christopher Murray Pat Neff Walker Louis Niessen Kevin O'Reilly Annette Pruess Ken Redekop Juergen Rehm Anthony Rodgers Nataly Sabharwal Joshua Salomon George Schmid Bernhard Schwartlander Anne-Marie Sevcsik Mona Sharan Kenji Shibuya John Stover Michael Sweat Tessa Tan-Torres Edejer Niels Tomijima Mark Van Ommeren Ying Diana Wu

Risk assessment

Alcohol Ulrich Frick Gerhard Gmel Kathryn Graham David Jernigan Maristela Monteiro Jurgen Rehm Nina Rehn Robin Room Christopher T. Sempos

Urban air pollution

Ross Anderson Aaron Cohen Kersten Gutschmidt Michal Krzyzanowski Nino Kunzli Bart Ostro Kiran Pandey Arden Pope Isabelle Romieu Jonathan Samet Kirk R. Smith

Work-related ergonomic stressors

Jim Leigh Deborah Nelson Sharonne Phillips Annette Pruess

Blood pressure

Paul Elliott Malcolm Law Carlene Lawes Stephen MacMahon Anthony Rodgers Stephen Vander Hoorn

Breastfeeding

Ana Pilar Betran Mercedes de Onis Jeremy Addison Lauer

Work-related carcinogens

Carlos Corvalan Tim Driscoll Marilyn Fingerhut Jim Leigh Deborah Nelson Annette Pruess

Childhood sexual abuse

Gavin Andrews Justine Corry Cathy Issakidis Tim Slade Heather Swanston

Cholesterol

Malcolm Law Carlene Lawes Stephen MacMahon Anthony Rodgers Stephen Vander Hoorn

Climate change

Diarmid Campbell-Lendrum Sally Edwards Sari Kovats Paul Wilkinson

Fruit and vegetable intake

Louise Causer Karen Lock Martin Mckee Joceline Pomerleau

Illicit drugs

Louisa Degenhardt Wayne Hall Michael Lynskey Matthew Warner-Smith

Indoor smoke from solid fuels

Mirjam Feuz Sumi Mehta Kirk R. Smith

Unsafe health care injections

Gregory L. Armstrong Yvan J. F. Hutin Anja Hauri

Iodine deficiency

Robert E. Black Stephen Fishman Adnan Ali Hyder Luke Mullany

Iron deficiency

Robert E. Black Luke Mullany Rebecca J. Stoltzfus

Lead exposure

Jose Luis Ayuso Lorna Fewtrell Philip Landrigan Annette Pruess

Underweight

Robert E. Black Stephen Fishman Adnan Ali Hyder Luke Mullany Robert E. Black Laura E. Caulfield

Worke-related noise

Marisol Concha Carlos Corvalan Marilyn Fingerhut Deborah Nelson Robert Nelson

Work-related airborne particulates

Carlos Corvalan Tim Driscoll Marilyn Fingerhut Jim Leigh Deborah Nelson Annette Pruess

Work-related risk factors for injuries

Marisol Concha Carlos Corvalan Marilyn Fingerhut Jim Leigh Deborah Nelson Annette Pruess

Overweight

Rachel Jackson-Leach W. …

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