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First Name Last Name E-mail Telephone Institutionsort ascending Area of Expertise Address 1 Address 2 City State ZIP
Antonio Teixeira antonio.l.teixeira@uth.tmc.edu University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston Alzhiemer's disease, biomarkers, dementia, depression, inflammation, renin angiotensin system 1941 East Road Houston Texas 77054
Marcia Otto marcia.c.otto@uth.tmc.edu 7135009248 University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston cardiovascular disease epidemiology, nutritional epidemiology 1200 Pressler St Houston, suite 619 Houston Texas 77030
Jon Tobias Jon.Tobias@bristol.ac.uk 44 117 41 47840 University of Bristol osteoporosis Musculoskeletal Research Unit Learning and Research Building Level One Bristol, BS10 5NB N/A
Monique Bethel mbethel@gru.edu 513-410-0414 Georgia Regents University osteoclasts, osteoporosis 1120 15th St. BI 5070 Augusta Georgia 30912
Brian Le ble@augusta.edu Georgia Regents University epidemiological studies, fracture risk, fractures, osteoporosis N/A
Richard Stacey bstacey@wakehealth.edu 3367162524 Wake Forest Health Sciences--Cardiology cardiac imaging, cardiology 1st floor Watlington Hall Medical Center Blvd Winston-Salem North Carolina 27157
Liam Butler liabutle@wakehealth.edu Wake Forest Health Sciences--Cardiology artificial intelligence, Artificial Intelligence; Deep Learning; Heart Rate Variability; Cardiovascular Disease, cardiovascular death, cardiovascular disease (CVD), sudden cardiac arrest, Sudden cardiac death, survival models North Carolina 27157
Rodrigo Valderrabano rvalderrabano@med.miami.edu University of Miami adults, BODY COMPOSITION, BODY FAT, body fat distribution, body mass index, body size, BONE DENSITY, bone loss, bone mass density, Bone Mineral Density, Central adiposity, central obesity, Diabetes Mellitus, diabetes treatment, endocrinology Miller School of Medicine Grant- S025 (Mail Code 5103) Miami Florida
Michelle Caunca m.caunca@med.miami.edu 949-683-0620 University of Miami Aging, brain MRI, Brain MRI abnormalities, brain vascular disease, cardiometabolic disease, cognitive aging, epidemiology, Epidemiology of Aging 22 Salamanca Ave. Apt. 403 Coral Gables Florida 33134
Frank Infurna finfurna@asu.edu Arizona State University older adults, resilience, psychosocial development, longitudinal methods 950 S McAllister Ave Tempe Arizona 85287
Justin Sadhu jsadhu@dom.wustl.edu 314.362.1291 Washington University in St. Louis general cardiology, preventive cardiology, heart failure outcomes 660 S Euclid Avenue Campus Box 8086 Saint Louis Missouri 63110
David Brown david.brown@stonybrook.edu 631-444-3699 Washington University in St. Louis acute coronary syndromes, cardiovascular outcomes HSC 16-080 Stony Brook New York 11794
Cyrus Raji cyrusraji@gmail.com 3105924557 Washington University in St. Louis ADNI, age-related changes, Aged, Aged--80 and over, Aldosterone, Alzheimer Disease, Alzheimer's dementia, alzheimers disease; risk factors; transition probabilities; progression, Alzheimer’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease related dementias (AD/ADRD), Alzheimer’s disease risk factors, amyloid imaging, Machine learning, Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), memory impairment, physical activity, Physical function, serum cystatin-C, weight 4525 Scott Avenue Saint Louis Missouri 63110
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
Harib Mian hsm3y2@umsystem.edu 636-851-7100 Washington University in St. Louis heart rate variability 600 Admiral Blvd Apt 1305 Kansas City Missouri 64106
Omar Alomar aomar@wustl.edu 3144798500 Washington University in St. Louis Anti-Hypertensive Therapy, apnea, Apnea-Hypopnea Index (AHI), arrhythmia, arterial disease, Arteries, atherosclerosis, atrial fibrillation, CABG, CAD, Cardiac Amyloidosis, Cardiac arrhythmia, cardiac biomarkers, Cardiac electrophysiology, cardiac imaging, cardiac mortality, cardiovascular, cardiovascular death, Cardiovascular Health Study (CHS), CHF, Chronic kidney failure, coronary disease, echocardiography, elderly, gender differences, heart rate, heart rate variability, HFPEF, HRT, HRV 660 S Euclid Ave Saint Louis Missouri 63110
Patrycja Matusik patrycja.s.matusik@gmail.com Washington University in St. Louis Artificial Intelligence; Deep Learning; Heart Rate Variability; Cardiovascular Disease, brain imaging, cardiac imaging, Imaging, Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), Neuroimaging Krakow N/A
Hester den Ruijter hruijte2@umcutrecht.nl +617595226 UMC Utrecht Netherlands biomarkers, cardiology, epidemiology Heidelberglaan 100 3584CX Utrecht N/A
Chani Hodonsky chani_hodonsky@unc.edu 804-335-5667 University of North Carolina Chapel Hill / Epidemiology Cardiovascular Genetics, cardiovascular epidemiology 137 E. Franklin St Ste 301 Chapel Hill North Carolina 27514
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
Adam Santanasto ajs51@pitt.edu 6109056424 University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health BODY COMPOSITION, BODY FAT, body fat distribution, body size, mitochondria, mobility limitation 3320 Riverfront Dr. Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 15238
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
Robert Boudreau boudreaur@edc.pitt.edu University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health age-related changes, Aging, all-cause mortality, biostatistics, Epidemiologic methods, longitudinal methods, longitudinal observational data, longitudinal trajectories, risk factors Pennsylvania

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