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Abhijay Nadkarni ann71@pitt.edu University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health ADNI, Aging, alzheimers disease; risk factors; transition probabilities; progression, biomarkers, epidemiological studies, Epidemiology of Aging, gait, mobility impairment 130 De Soto Street Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 15261
Jia-Yuh Chen jic29@pitt.edu University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health biostatistics 130 De Soto Street Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 15261
Sheree Shaffer sheree@pitt.edu 412-383-2433 University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health All Stars N/A
Mitra Mosslemi MitraMosslemi@pitt.edu University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health cardiovascular disease (CVD), cardiovascular disease epidemiology, causal inference, causality, Chronic Disease, chronic disease epidemiology, diabetes, Diabetes Mellitus, Diabetic Kidney Disease, glomerular filtration rate, glucose, glucose homeostasis, Glucose levels, glucose metabolism, GLUCOSE TOLERANCE TEST, glycemic control, HOMA-B, HOMA-IR, hyperglycemia, kidney disease, Life's Simple 7, Lifecourse, lifestyle, lifestyle factors, lifestyle modification, lipid levels, physical activity, preventive cardiology, SEX DIFFERENCES 130 De Soto St Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 15261
Xiao Zhang zhangx29@upmc.edu University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health Aging N/A
Jane Cauley jcauley@pitt.edu 412 624 0218 University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health functional limitations, functional status, hip fracture, Hip fracture prediction, hip fractures, hip fractures, Hip geometry, hormone replacement therapy, Hormone therapy, horomone replacement, inflammation, inflammation and C-reactive protein (CRP), inflammatory marker, inflammatory markers, Inflammatory mediators, inflammatory risk factors, observational studies, osteopenia, Osteoperosis, osteoporosis, osteoporosis phenotypes 130 DeSoto St A 510 Crabtree Hall Pennsylvania 15261
Chendi Cui chc217@pitt.edu 4129512496 University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health arterial stiffness, dementia, Diet; nutrition; epidemiology, Incident MCI, pulse wave velocity, statistics 130 North Bellefield Avenue Suite 342 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 15213
Siddhartha Jaiswal sjaiswal@stanford.edu Stanford University School of Medicine hematology Department of Pathology 240 Pasteur Dr, Room 4654 Palo Alto California 94304
Po-Yin Chang poyin@stanford.edu Stanford University School of Medicine biomarkers, cancer and ID molecular epidemiology, epidemiology, fracture risk, fractures N/A
Alexis Reeves alexisnr@stanford.edu Stanford University School of Medicine age at menopause, Aging, Alzheimer’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease related dementias (AD/ADRD), blood pressure, cardiometabolic disease, cardiometabolic risk, cardiometabolic risk factors, discrimination, Epidemiologic methods, epidemiological studies, epidemiology, Epidemiology of Aging, Ethnic Differences, ethnicity, harmonization, hypertension, Menopausal, menopausal hormones, menopause, race, race/ethnicity, racial differences N/A
Xiaojuan Liu xjliu@stanford.edu Stanford University School of Medicine Activities of Daily Living (ADL), Aging, antihypertensive medication, biomarkers, biostatistics, blood pressure control, cardiovascular disease epidemiology, Cohort study, epidemiology, proteomics Alway Building 300 Pasteur Drive Stanford California 94305
Astrid Haberle ahaberle@alumni.stanford.edu Stanford University School of Medicine Aging, nonagenarian, systolic blood pressure California
Andrew Chang aychang@stanford.edu 2036769088 Stanford University School of Medicine air pollution, air pollution health effects, aortic valve disease, cardiology, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular disease (CVD), cardiovascular disease epidemiology, CV Epidemiology 300 Pasteur Dr. Stanford California 94305
Yang Lu gilian.lu@gmail.com 424-201-3002 Harbor UCLA Medical Center-Los Angeles Biomedical Institute health economics, health outcomes research 1124 West Carson St Torrance California 90502
Brandalyn Riedel riedelbc@gmail.com University of Southern California ADNI, aging Alzheimers' diseas ApoE myocardial infarction (MI) diabetes frailty, Aging, Alzheimer’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease risk factors, gene-based analysis, susceptibility genes 1985 Zonal Avenue Los Angeles California 90089
Priya Bhatt Priya.Bhatt@ini.usc.edu 323-442-7246 University of Southern California Genetics, Neuroimaging 2001 N Soto Street SSB1-102 Los Angeles California 90032
Parveen Garg parveeng@med.usc.edu University of Southern California peripheral arterial disease N/A
Meredith Braskie meredith.braskie@ini.usc.edu 323-442-7246 University of Southern California MRI imaging, normal aging 4676 Admiralty Way, 4th floor Imaging Genetics Center Marina del Rey California 90292
Cassianne Robinson-Cohen cassianne.robinson-cohen@vanderbilt.edu 2068583472 Vanderbilt University Medical Center 25 dihydroxy vitamin D (24), 25-hydroxyvitamin D, Acute Kidney Injury, clinical epidemiology, coronary heart disease (CHD), FGF-23, genetic epidemiology, mineral metabolism, Nephrology, Parathyroid hormone S3223 Medical Center North 1161 21st Ave. South Nashville Tennessee 37232
Deepak Gupta d.gupta@vanderbilt.edu 6159362530 Vanderbilt University Medical Center cardiac imaging, cardiometabolic risk, heart failure with preserved ejection fraction 2525 West End Ave, Suite 300 Nashville Tennessee 37203
Devika Nair devika.nair@vumc.org Vanderbilt University Medical Center Accelerated aging, Activities of Daily Living (ADL), Aging, chronic kidney disease, cogintive function, cognition, cognition function, cognition psychiatry, cognition study, cognitive aging, Cognitive Change, cognitive decline, Cognitive Domains, cognitive function, cognitive functioning, cognitive functioning; depression; dyadic analysis, Cognitive Impairment, cognitive reserve; alzheimers disease; cognitive decline, cognitive trajectories, cohort, Cohort study, coping, elderly, elderly adults, end of life, end-of-life disability, Exercise capacity, exercise in elderly, frail elderly, frailty, functional assessment, functional decline, functional dependence, functional limitations, functional status, gait, gait speed, gait variability, Geriatric conditions, geriatric impairment, Geriatric medicine, geriatric medicine and assessment, geriatric syndrome, Geriatrics, Geriatrics Working Group, health behaviors, health outcomes, health outcomes research, health risk behaviors, health services research, health-risk behavior, psychology, Psychosocial, psychosocial behavior, psychosocial factors N/A
Evan Brittain evan.brittain@vanderbilt.edu 615 322-4382 Vanderbilt University Medical Center pulmonary hypertension 2525 West End Avenue Suite 300A Nashville Tennessee 37203
Nicole L. Glazer nicole.glazer@merck.com Merck genetic factors N/A
Robin Puett rpuett@umd.edu 301-405-5610 University of Maryland College Park Environmental epidemiology, spatial epidemiology, chronic disease epidemiology MIAEH SPH Building College Park Maryland 20742
David Siscovick dsiscovick@nyam.org 212-822-7263 New York Academy of Medicine Geriatrics 1216 5th Avenue New York New York 10029

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