Publications in peer-reviewed journals:
- African dust and outbreaks over the Mediterranean Basin during 2001–2011: PM10 concentrations, phenomenology and trends, and its relation with synoptic and mesoscale meteorology. J. Pey, X. Querol, A. Alastuey, F. Forastiere, and M. Stafoggia et al. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 2013, 13:1395-1410.
- Associations between Fine and Coarse Particles and Mortality in Mediterranean Cities: Results from the MED-PARTICLES Project. E.Samoli, M.Stafoggia, S. Rodopoulou, B.Ostro et al. Environ Health Perspect 121:932–938 (2013).
- Short-term association between fine and coarse particulate matter and hospitalizations in Southern Europe – results from the MED-PARTICLES project. M. Stafoggia, E. Samoli, E. Alessandrini, E. Cadum, B. Ostro et al. Environ Health Perspect 2013; 121:1026–1033.
- Which specific causes of death are associated with short term exposure to fine and coarse particlesin Southern Europe? Results from the MED-PARTICLES project. Samoli E, Stafoggia M, Rodopoulou S, Ostro B, Alessandrini E, Basagaña X, Díaz J, Faustini A, Gandini M, Karanasiou A, Kelessis AG, Le Tertre A, Linares C, Ranzi A, Scarinzi C, Katsouyanni K, Forastiere F; MED-PARTICLES Study group. Environ Int. 2014 Jun;67:54-61. doi: 10.1016/j.envint.2014.02.013. Epub 2014 Mar 21.
- Particulate matter and gaseous pollutants in the Mediterranean Basin: Results from the Med-Particles project Karanasiou A, Querol X, Alastuey A, et al. Accepted to Science of the Total Environment.
- Controlling for seasonal patterns and time varying confounders in time-series epidemiological models: a simulation study. Perrakis K, Gryparis A, Schwartz J, et al. Submitted to Statistics in Medicine.
- MED-PARTICLES - a multidisciplinary project on the health effects of airborne particles in the Mediterranean area. The parliament Magazine, Issue 360, 17 December 2012, pp. 86-87.
- MED-PARTICLES. Public Service Review: Europe, Issue 25, 2013, p. 358.
- Publication in Italian on the website of the Journal Corriere della Sera: "Smog e tumore al polmone, la relazione c'è. A ogni incremento di 5μg/m3 di PM2.5 il rischio di cancro sale del 18%, e del 22% a ogni aumento di 10 μg/m3 di PM10".
- Publication and videoclip in Italian on the website of the journal Va' pensiero.
- Effetti acuti del particolato atmosferico sulla mortalità ed i ricoveri ospedalieri nei paesi del Mediterraneo-I risultati del progetto MED-PARTICLES. M.Stafoggia, F.Forastiere, Gruppo MED-PARTICLES.n Bollettino Esperti Ambientali, Anno 64, Volume 4, 2013.
- EC Newsletter Science for Environment policy "Airborne particles increases diabetes, heart and lung disease death"
- WHO Collaborating Centre for Air Quality Management Newsletter "Urban health- a unique chance of combined environmental health actions"