Scott W. Keith, PhD

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1015 Chestnut Street
Suite 520
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 503-9876
(215) 503-3804 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. A Prostate Cancer Composite Score to Identify High Burden Neighborhoods
  2. Sensitization of Hypoxic Tumors to Radiation Therapy Using Ultrasound-Sensitive Oxygen Microbubbles
  3. Decision Support and Shared Decision Making About Active Surveillance Versus Active Treatment Among Men Diagnosed with Low-Risk Prostate Cancer: a Pilot Study
  4. Impact of Radiation Therapy Dose Escalation on Prostate Cancer Outcomes and Toxicities
  5. Hospitalization rates during potentially inappropriate medication use in a large population-based cohort of older adults
  6. Hypofractionated radiation therapy for basal and squamous cell skin cancer: A meta-analysis
  7. Fibroblast growth factor-23 is independently associated with cardiac mass in African-American adolescent males
  8. Role of a plausible nuisance contributor in the declining obesity-mortality risks over time
  9. Association of inflammation prior to kidney transplantation with post-transplant diabetes mellitus
  10. The importance of prediction model validation and assessment in obesity and nutrition research
  11. Common scientific and statistical errors in obesity research
  12. Inappropriate prescribing in a large community-dwelling older population: A focus on prevalence and how it relates to patient and physician characteristics
  13. Simple new risk score model for adult cardiac extracorporeal membrane oxygenation: Simple cardiac ECMO score
  14. Adolescent and adult African Americans have similar metabolic dyslipidemia
  15. Olfactory acuity in chronic migraine: A cross-sectional study
  16. Racial disparity in in-hospital mortality after lobectomy for lung cancer
  17. What is the ideal radiotherapy dose to treat prostate cancer? A meta-analysis of biologically equivalent dose escalation
  18. Best (but oft-forgotten) practices: Designing, analyzing, and reporting cluster randomized controlled trials
  19. Concerning Sichieri R, Cunha DB: Obes Facts 2014;7:221-232. the assertion that controlling for baseline (pre-randomization) covariates in randomized controlled trials leads to bias is false
  20. Adiponectin receptor and adiponectin signaling in human tissue among patients with end-stage renal disease