Also publishes as (Bradley McCulloch, Bradley G. McCulloch, B. McCulloch)
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D'Onise, Katina, McDermott, Robyn, Esterman, Adrian, and McCulloch, Bradley (2013) Temporal variation in cardiovascular disease risk predicted by albuminuria: an opportunity for clinical intervention? Open Journal of Preventive Medicine, 3 (1). pp. 22-27.
McDermott, Robyn A., McCulloch, Brad, and Li, Ming (2011) Glycaemia and albuminuria as predictors of coronary heart disease in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander adults: a north Queensland cohort. Medical Journal of Australia, 194 (10). pp. 514-518.
McDermott, Robyn, Campbell, Sandra, Li, Ming, and McCulloch, Brad (2009) The health and nutrition of young indigenous women in north Queensland: intergenerational implications of poor food quality, obesity, diabetes, tobacco smoking and alcohol use. Public Health Nutrition, 12 (11). pp. 2143-2149.
McDermott, Robyn, Campbell, Sandy, and McCulloch, Brad (2008) DWP5-2 High incidence of diabetes in Australian indigenous communities in north Queensland. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, 79 (Supplement 1). S27-S28.
McDermott, Robyn A., McCulloch, Bradley G., Campbell, Sandra K., and Young, Dallas M. (2007) Diabetes in the Torres Strait Islands of Australia: better clinical systems but significant increase in weight and other risk conditions among adults, 1999-2005. Medical Journal of Australia, 186 (10). pp. 505-508.
Miller, G.C., McDermott, R., McCulloch, B., Fairley, C.K, and Muller, R. (2003) Predictors of the prevalence of bacterial STI among young disadvantaged Indigenous people in north Queensland, Australia. Sexually Transmitted Infections, 79 (4). pp. 332-335.
McCulloch, Brad, McDermott, Robyn, Miller, Geoff, Leonard, Dympna, Elwell, Michelle, and Muller, Reinhold (2003) Self-reported diabetes and health behaviors in remote Indigenous communities in Northern Queensland, Australia. Diabetes Care, 26 (2). pp. 397-403.
Miller, Geoffrey, McDermott, Robyn, McCulloch, Brad, Leonard, Dympna, Arabena, Kerry, and Muller, Reinhold (2002) The Well Person's Health Check: a population screening program in indigenous communities in north Queensland. Australian Health Review, 25 (6). pp. 136-147.