Dr. Krause is the Director of the NIOSH Southern California Education and Research Center and Professor in Environmental Health Sciences at UCLA. Before his appointment at UCLA, Dr. Krause has been associate professor in residence in the Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine of the Department of Medicine at the University of California San Francisco. He received his medical degree and a doctoral degree in orthopedic medicine from the University of Hamburg, Germany, and a doctoral degree in epidemiology from the University of California Berkeley.
The Paradoxical Effects of Occupational Versus Leisure-Time Physical Activity
Holtermann A., Coenen P., Krause N. (2020) In: Theorell T. (eds) Handbook of Socioeconomic Determinants of Occupational Health. Handbook Series in Occupational Health Sciences. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-05031-3_6-1
Job strain associated with increases in ambulatory blood and pulse pressure during and after work hours among female hotel room cleaners.
Feaster M, Krause N.
Am J Ind Med. 2018 Jun;61(6):492-503. PMID: 29569256
Do highly physically active workers die early? A systematic review with meta-analysis of data from 193 696 participants.
Coenen P, Huysmans MA, Holtermann A, Krause N, van Mechelen W, Straker LM, van der Beek AJ.
Br J Sports Med. 2018 May 14. PMID: 29760168
Do Sit-Stand Workstations Improve Cardiovascular Health?
Rempel D, Krause N.
J Occup Environ Med. 2018 Apr 19. PMID: 29677023
Parental occupational exposures and the risk of childhood sporadic retinoblastoma: a report from the Children’s Oncology Group.
Omidakhsh N, Bunin GR, Ganguly A, Ritz B, Kennedy N, von Ehrenstein OS, Krause N, Heck JE.
Occup Environ Med. 2018 Mar;75(3):205-211. PMID: 29074554
The physical activity paradox: six reasons why occupational physical activity (OPA) does not confer the cardiovascular health benefits that leisure time physical activity does.
Holtermann A, Krause N, van der Beek AJ, Straker L.
Br J Sports Med. 2018 Feb;52(3):149-150. PMID: 28798040
Parental occupational exposures and the risk of childhood sporadic retinoblastoma: a report from the Children’s Oncology Group
Omidakhsh N, Bunin GR, Ganguly A, Krause Net al
Occup Environ Med. 26 October 2017.
Physical activity and 22‐year all‐cause and coronary heart disease mortality
Krause N, Arah OA, Kauhanen J
American Journal of Industrial Medicine 60 (11), 976-9900. 20 September 2017.
The physical activity paradox: six reasons why occupational physical activity (OPA) does not confer the cardiovascular health benefits that leisure time physical activi…
Holtermann A, Krause N, van der Beek AJ, et. al
Br J Sports Med. 10 August 2017.
Do highly active workers die early? elucidating the physical activity health paradox in a systematic review with meta-analyses
Coenen P, Huysmans M, Holtermann A, Krause N et al
Occup Environ Med 2017;74:A3-A4.
Work environment: An opportunity for ground-breaking collaborations in cardiovascular disease prevention
Ferrario MM, Landsbergis P, Tsutsumi A, Li J, Hynek P, Krause N, Smith P …
European journal of preventive cardiology 24 (2_suppl), 4-60 2/15/2017
Does aerobic exercise increase 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure among workers with high occupational physical activity?—a RCT
M Korshøj, N Krause, E Clays, K Søgaard, P Krustrup, A Holtermann
American Journal of Hypertension 30 (4), 444-4500 2/15/2017
Shift work and 20-year incidence of acute myocardial infarction: results from the Kuopio Ischemic Heart Disease Risk Factor Study
A Wang, OA Arah, J Kauhanen, N Krause
Occup Environ Med 73 (9), 588-594 2016
Effects of leisure-time and occupational physical activities on 20-year incidence of acute myocardial infarction: mediation and interaction
A Wang, OA Arah, J Kauhanen, N Krause
Scandinavian Journal of Work Environment & Health 42 (5), 1 Jan 2016.
Krause N, Arah OA, Kauhanen J.
American journal of industrial medicine. 2017; 60(11):976-990. PMID 28940659