Folly, Christophe Leopold

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Folly, Christophe L; Mazzei-Abba, Antonella; Coste, Astrid; Kreis, Christian; Spycher, Ben D (2022). Measurements and determinants of children's exposure to background gamma radiation in Switzerland. Journal of radiation research, 63(3), pp. 354-363. Oxford University Press 10.1093/jrr/rrac006


Mazzei-Abba, Antonella; Folly, Christophe L.; Kreis, Christian; Ammann, Roland; Adam, Cécile; Brack, Eva; Egger, Matthias; Kuehni, Claudia E.; Spycher, Ben D. (2021). External background ionizing radiation and childhood cancer: Update of a nationwide cohort analysis. Journal of environmental radioactivity, 238-239, p. 106734. Elsevier 10.1016/j.jenvrad.2021.106734

Folly, Christophe L; Konstantinoudis, Garyfallos; Mazzei Abba, Antonella; Kreis, Christian; Bucher, Benno; Furrer, Reinhard; Spycher, Ben D (2021). Bayesian spatial modelling of terrestrial radiation in Switzerland. Journal of environmental radioactivity, 233, p. 106571. Elsevier 10.1016/j.jenvrad.2021.106571

de Schrijver, Evan; Folly, Christophe L.; Schneider, Rochelle; Royé, Dominic; Franco Duran, Oscar H.; Gasparrini, Antonio; Vicedo-Cabrera, Ana M. (2021). A Comparative Analysis of the Temperature‐Mortality Risks Using Different Weather Datasets Across Heterogeneous Regions. GeoHealth, 5(5), e2020GH000363. American Geophysical Union 10.1029/2020GH000363


Mazzei-Abba, Antonella; Folly, Christophe L; Coste, Astrid; Wakeford, Richard; Little, Mark P; Raaschou-Nielsen, Ole; Kendall, Gerald M; Hémon, Denis; Nikkilä, Atte; Spix, Claudia; Auvinen, Anssi; Spycher, Ben D (2020). Epidemiological studies of natural sources of radiation and childhood cancer: current challenges and future perspectives. Journal of radiological protection, 40(1), R1-R23. IOP Publishing 10.1088/1361-6498/ab5a38

de Schrijver, Evan; Folly, Christophe L; Schneider, Rochelle; Franco, Oscar H; Gasparrini, Antonio; Vicedo-Cabrera, Ana M (2020). A comparative analysis of the temperature-mortality risks using different weather datasets across heterogeneous regions: exposure and mortality [Dataset].

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