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Selcuk Adabag adaba001@umn.edu University of Minnesota N/A
Hieab Adams h.adams@erasmusmc.nl Erasmus MC brain N/A
Samrachana Adhikari maichangsam@gmail.com 2142355501 Harvard Medical School cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular disease prediction, cardiovascular disease risk factors, Statistical methods, statistical modeling, statistics 180 Longwood Avenue Boston Massachusetts 02115
Isha Agarwal Isha_Agarwal@hms.harvard.edu Harvard School of Public Health N/A
Maria I. Aguilar aguilar.maria@mayo.edu Mayo Clinic Scottsdale CVD Mayo Clinic Scottsdale 13400 East Shea Boulevard Scottsdale Arizona 85259
Peter Ahiawodzi ahiawodzi@campbell.edu 706-254-8149 Unknown Aging, cardiovascular disease epidemiology, Diabetes Mellitus, Epidemiologic methods, epidemiological studies, epidemiology, sleep P.O.BOX 1090 Buies Creek North Carolina 27506
Faraz Ahmad faraz.ahmad@northwestern.edu 4136877815 Northwestern University cardiovascular disease epidemiology, cardiovascular disease prediction, cardiovascular disease risk factors, cardiovascular events, cardiovascular outcomes, case definition, heart failure, heart failure outcomes, heart failure with preserved ejection fraction, heart failure with reduced ejection fraction, Risk, risk assessment, risk factor control, risk factor treatment, risk factors, Risk model, risk prediction, risk predictors, risk score, risk score analysis, Risk Selection, risk stratification 680 N LAKESHORE DR SUITE 1400 CHICAGO Illinois 60607
Ali Ahmed aliahmedmdmph@gmail.com 206-934-9632 DC VAMC Geriatric Heart Failure District Of Columbia
Muhammad Akrmah akrmah_israr@yahoo.com 832-871-8735 Washington University in St. Louis CABG, cardiovascular disease risk factors, cardiovascular risk, carotid artery disease 4550 Scott Ave St. Louis Missouri 63110
Sadeer Al-Kindi sadeer.alkindi@gmail.com Case Western Reserve University 6-minute walk test, clinical epidemiology; nutrition; heart failure, congestive heart failure, congestive heart failure (CHF), diastolic heart failure, Geriatric Heart Failure, heart failure, heart failure outcomes, heart failure with preserved ejection fraction, heart failure with reduced ejection fraction, incident heart failure, inflammation, Interleukin-1, interleukin-2 receptor, Interleukin-6, sCD14, tissue factor N/A
Nena Aleksic Nevenka.Matijevic-Aleksic@uth.tmc.edu 713.500.6807 University of Texas Houston Medical School of Hematology MSB 5.243 6431 Fannin Houston Texas 77030
Teresa Alexander tealexan@wfubmc.edu Wake Forest University Health Sciences Department of Epidemiology and Prevention Division of Public Health Sciences Winston-Salem North Carolina 27157
George S. Alexopoulos gsalexop@med.cornell.edu 914-997-5767 Cornell University Weill-Cornell Institute of Geriatric Psychiatry 21 Bloomingdale Road White Plains New York 10605
Hooman Allayee hallayee@usc.edu 323-442-1736 USC Keck School of Medicine Dept. of Preventive Medicine 2250 Alcazar St., IGM 206 Los Angeles California 90033
Naomi Allen naomi.allen@ndph.ox.ac.uk 0044 1865 743805 University of Oxford epidemiological studies, IGF-I, insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1), mortality, prospective, Prospective Studies, prostate cancer, Type 2 diabetes mellitus Nuffield Dept Population Health, Big Data Institute Roosevelt Drive OXFORD N/A
Norrina Allen norrina-allen@northwestern.edu Northwestern University health outcomes, health outcomes research N/A
David Allison dallison@uab.edu University of Alabama, Birmingham Department of Biostatistics School of Public Health Birmingham Alabama 35294-0022
Matthew A. Allison mallison@ucsd.edu 858-822-3585 University of California, San Diego Family and Preventive Medicine 3855 Health Sciences Drive, MC 0817 La Jolla California 92093
Heather Allore heather.allore@yale.edu N/A
Mark Aloia aloiam@njc.org National Jewish Medical and Research Center 1400 Jackson Street Denver Colorado 80206
Alvaro Alonso alonso@umn.edu University of Minnesota N/A
Laith Alshawabkeh laith-alshawabkeh@uiowa.edu University of Iowa Geriatric Cardiology 200 Hawkins Drive Iowa City Iowa 52242
Afnan Alswyan afswyan@uw.edu University of Washington abdominal obesity, ACE, ACE Inhibitor, active life, Activities of Daily Living (ADL), acute coronary syndromes, Acute Kidney Injury, Acute myocardial infarction (AMI), adaptation, ADL, adults, AF, African, African-Americans, Age, age at menopause, age difference between partners, age-related changes, Aged, Aged--80 and over, aging Alzheimers' diseas ApoE myocardial infarction (MI) diabetes frailty, Aging, all-cause mortality, Allostatic Load, Alzheimer Disease, Alzheimer's dementia, Alzheimer's disease, Alzheimer’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease risk factors, Alzhiemer's disease, and stroke, Anemia, angina, angioplasty, angiotensin converting enzyme, angiotensin II receptor, Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitors, anti-arrhythmics, anti-hypertensive medication, Anti-Hypertensive Therapy, anti-inflammatory meds, anticoagulants, antidepressant, antidiabetic medications, antihypertensive agents, antihypertensive drug treatment &lt, antihypertensive medication, anxiety, aortosclerosis, arrhythmia, asthma, atrial cardiomyopathy, atrial cardiopathy, atrial fibrillation, atrial fibrillation; lifetime risk; prediction, atrial flutter, attention, attitudes, bed days, behavioral disturbance, biological aging, biomarker, biomarkers, blood pressure, blood pressure control, BMI, body mass index, Breast cancer, CABG, CAC, CAD, cancer, cardiac arrest, Cardiac arrhythmia, cardiac biomarkers, cardiac function, cardiac mortality, cardiac output, cardiac procedure, cardiac surgery, cardioembolic stroke, cardiometabolic risk, cardiomyopathy, cardiovascular medication, cardiovascular disease (CVD), cardiovascular disease epidemiology, cardiovascular disease prediction, cardiovascular disease risk factors, cardiovascular events, cardiovascular exposure, cardiovascular health, cardiovascular health study, Cardiovascular Health Study (CHS), cardiovascular medications, cardiovascular morbitidy, cardiovascular mortality, cardiovascular outcomes, Cardiovascular Prevention, cardiovascular risk, cardiovascular risk factors, cardiovascular risk prediction, cardiovascular risk score, care-recipients, caregiver, caregivers, caregiving, Caucasian, cholesterol, cholesterol levels, Chronic Disease, chronic disease epidemiology, chronic illness, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, chronic renal disease, Cigarette smoke, cigarette smoking, cigarettes, clustering, clusters, Co-Morbidity, cogintive function, cognition, cognition function, cognition psychiatry, cognition study, cognitive aging, Cognitive Change, cognitive decline, Cognitive Domains, cognitive function, cognitive functioning; depression; dyadic analysis, Cognitive Impairment, cognitive trajectories, comorbidities, comorbidity, competing risk, competing risk methods, competing risks, Concurrent validity, confounders, congestive heart failure, congestive heart failure (CHF), construct validation, COPD, coping, CVD epidemiology and prevention, CVD events, CVD risk factors, Decline, decline in health over time, dementia, dementia-free survival, demographic change, demographics, depression, Depressive status, depressive symptomatology, Depressive Symptoms, Diabetes Mellitus, diastolic blood pressure, dyads, education, educational attainment, effect modifiers, Epidemiology of Aging, events, exercise, Exercise capacity, exercise in elderly, exercise intensity, Female, frail elderly, frailty, Framingham risk scale, function, functional aging, functional assessment, functional dependence, functional limitations, functional status, gender, gender differences, Geriatric Heart Failure, geriatric impairment, health disparities, health outcomes research, health promotion, health related quality of life (HRQL), health risk behaviors, health state, Health Status, health-risk behavior, heart failure, heart failure outcomes, heart failure with preserved ejection fraction, heart failure with reduced ejection fraction, heart rate, heart rate variability, hospitalization, Latent Class Analysis, latent variable models, left ventricular function, lifestyle modification, longitudinal, Longitudinal Analysis, longitudinal change, Longitudinal classification, longitudinal data, longitudinal methods, longitudinal models, longitudinal observational data, longitudinal studies, longitudinal study, longitudinal trajectories, Measurement, Measurement error, mechanisms, memory impairment, methods, MI, minorities, mobility, mobility disability, mobility impairment, mobility limitation, Models–Theoretical, Modifier, morbidity, mortality, multistage model, multivariate, older adults, older spousal pairs, Oldest old, outcomes, outcomes research, prediction, predictive model, prevention, preventive, psychosocial behavior, psychosocial development, psychosocial factors, Psychosocial risk factors, psychosocial trajectories, quality of life (QOL), race, recovery, Recurrence, resilience, Risk, risk assessment, risk factor, risk factor control, risk factors, Risk model, risk prediction, risk predictors, risk score, risk score analysis, Risk Selection, risk stratification, self-rated health, SEX DIFFERENCES, six minute walk, sleep, social, social determinants of health, SOCIAL FACTORS, social isolation, social networks, SOCIAL SUPPORT, socioeconomic, socioeconomic factors, SOCIOECONOMIC INDICATORS, Socioeconomic status (SES), Statistical methods, statistical modeling, statistics, stroke, sudden, sudden cardiac arrest, Sudden cardiac death, test, Test-retest reliability, treatment, variability, ventricular arrhythmia, walking N/A
Melissa Anderson anderson.melissa@ghc.org 206-287-2647 Group Health Center for Health Studies 1730 Minor Ave., Ste. 1600 Seattle Washington 98101
Ryan Andrews randrews@alum.mit.edu Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health AD, Statistical methods N/A

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