John Todaro, PhD, is an assistant professor of psychiatry and human behavior at Brown Medical School and The Miriam Hospital. Dr. Todaro's research interests are focused within the area of cardiovascular behavioral medicine, with concentrations in cardiovascular epidemiology and behavioral clinical trials.
Shen, B.J., Todaro, J.F., Niaura, R., McCaffery, J., Zhang, J., Spiro, A. et al. (2003). Are Metabolic Risk Factors One Unified Syndrome? - Modeling the Structure of the Metabolic Syndrome X. American Journal of Epidemiology. In press.
Todaro, J.F., Shen, B.J., Niaura, R., Tilkemeier, P., & Roberts, B. (2003). Do men and women achieve similar benefits from cardiac rehabilitation?. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation. In press.
Todaro, J.F., Shen, B.J., Niaura, R., Spiro, A., Ward, K., & Weiss, S. (2003). A Prospective Study of Negative Emotions and CHD Incidence: The Normative Aging Study. American Journal of Cardiology. In press.
Niaura, R., Todaro, J.F., Stroud, L. Spiro, A., Ward, K., & Weiss, S. (2002). Hostility, the metabolic syndrome, and incident coronary heart disease. Health Psychology, 21(6):588-93.