Best Paper Awards

Best paper awards for papers published in Indoor Air.
Indoor Air 2018        Published in Indoor Air (2014-2016)
  • X. Zhou, Q. Ouyang, Y. Zhu, C. Feng, X. Zhang, Experimental study of the influence of anticipated control on human thermal sensation and thermal comfort, Indoor Air 24, 171-177, 2014.
  • H. Salje, E.S. Gurley, N. Homaira, P.K. Ram, R. Haque, W. Petri, W.J. Moss, S.P. Luby, P. Breysse, E. Azziz-Baumgartner, Impact of neighborhood biomass cooking patterns on episodic high indoor particulate matter concentrations in clean fuel homes in Dhaka, Bangladesh, Indoor Air 24, 213-220, 2014.
  • P. Lajoie, D. Aubin, V. Gingras, P. Daigneault, F. Ducharme, D. Gauvin, D. Fugler, J.M. Leclerc, D. Won, M. Courteau, S. Gingras, M.E. Héroux, W. Yang, H. Schleibinger, The IVAIRE project — A randomized controlled study of the impact of ventilation on indoor air quality and the respiratory symptoms of asthmatic children in single family homes, Indoor Air 25, 582-597, 2015.
  • P. Strøm-Tejsen, D. Zukowska, P. Wargocki, D.P. Wyon, The effects of bedroom air quality on sleep and next-day performance, Indoor Air 26, 679-686, 2016.
  • M.J. Mendell, E.A. Eliseeva, M.M. Davies, A. Lobscheid, Do classroom ventilation rates in California elementary schools influence.  Results from a prospective study, Indoor Air 26, 546-557, 2016.
  • J.C. Lorentzen, S.A. Juran, M. Nilsson, S. Nordin, G. Johanson, Chloranisoles may explain mold odor and represent a major indoor environment problem in Sweden, Indoor Air 26, 207-218, 2016.
Indoor Air 2014Published in Indoor Air (2011-2013)
  • A. Dutta, B. Mukherjee, D. Das, A. Banerjee, M.R. Ray, Hypertension with elevated levels of oxidized low-density lipoprotein and anticardiolipin antibody in the circulation of premenopausal Indian women chronically exposed to biomass smoke during cooking, Indoor Air 21, 165-176, 2011.
  • B. Hawley, J. Volckens, Proinflammatory effects of cookstove emissions on human bronchial epithelial cells, Indoor Air 23, 4-13, 2013.
  • U. Haverinen-Shaughnessy, D.J. Moschandreas, R.J. Shaughnessy, Association between substandard classroom ventilation rates and students’ academic achievement, Indoor Air 21, 121-131, 2011.
Indoor Air 2011    Published in Indoor Air (2008-2010)
  • C. Armendáriz Arnez, R. D. Edwards, M. Johnson, M. Zuk, L. Rojas, R. Díaz Jiménez, H. Riojas-Rodriguez, and O. Masera, Reduction in personal exposures to particulate matter and carbon monoxide as a result of the installation of a Patsari improved cook stove in Michoacan Mexico, Indoor Air 18, 93–105, 2008. 
  • A-S Claeson, S Nordin, A-L Sunesson, Effects of perceived air quality and symptoms of exposure to microbially produced metabolites and compound semitted from damp building materials, Indoor Air 19,102–112, 2009. 
  • WJ Fisk, AG Mirer, MJ Mendell, Quantitative relationship of sick building syndrome symptoms with ventilation rates,Indoor Air 19, 159–165, 2009.
  • H Qian, Y Li, Removal of exhaled particles by ventilation and deposition in a multibed airborne infection isolation room, Indoor Air 20, 284–297, 2010.
Indoor Air 2008Published in Indoor Air (2005-2007)
  • Y Li et al., Role of air distribution in SARS transmission during the largest nosocomial outbreak in Hong Kong (Indoor Air 15, 83, 2005).
  • MJ Mendell and GA Heath, Do indoor pollutants and thermal conditions in schools influence student performance? A critical review of the literature (Indoor Air 15, 27, 2005).
  • MR Hirvonen et al., Bacterial strains from moldy buildings are highly potent inducers of inflammatory and cytotoxic effects (Indoor Air 15, 65, 2005).

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