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Stephen Seliger 410-605-7000 x5231 University of Maryland School of Medicine biomarkers, Nephrology Division of Nephrology Baltimore VA Medical Ctr. Room 5D-151 Baltimore Maryland 21201
Richard Semba Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine N/A
Erin Semmens University of Washington Environmental epidemiology, epidemiology N/A
Christopher L. Seplaki 585-273-1549 University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry Department of Community & Preventive Medicine 601 Elmwood Avenue, Box 644 Rochester New York 14642
Sudha Seshadri Boston University 3MSE, abnormal white matter disease, ADSP, age-related changes, aging Alzheimers' diseas ApoE myocardial infarction (MI) diabetes frailty, Aging, Alzheimer Disease, Alzheimer's dementia, Alzheimer's disease, Alzheimer’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease risk factors, Alzhiemer's disease, amyloid imaging, and stroke, and total tau, apoE, apoE (genetic factors), APOE ε4, ApoE4, apolipoprotein E, arteriosclerosis, Artificial Intelligence; Deep Learning; Heart Rate Variability; Cardiovascular Disease, Boston naming Test, brain, Brain (B-type) natriuretic peptide, brain abnormalities, Brain asymmetry, brain atrophy, brain health, brain image, brain imaging, brain imaging of small-vessel disease, brain infarct, Brain infarcts, brain infarcts location, brain MRI, Brain MRI abnormalities, brain MRI dementia, brain size, Brain stem, brain structure, brain vascular disease, cerebral atrophy, CEREBRAL INFARCTIONS, cerebral MRI lesions, Cerebral Small Vessel Disease, cerebral ventricles, Cerebrovascular disease (CBD), Cerebrovascular disorders, Cerebrovascular risk factors, epidemiological studies, epidemiology, Epidemiology of Aging, epigenetics, genome data, genome wide association study, Genome-wide analysis, genome-wide association, genome-wide association analysis, Genome-wide association studies, genome-wide association study, genomic methodologies, genomics N/A
Marie-Florence Shadlen N/A
Sheree Shaffer 412-383-2433 University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health All Stars N/A
Ravi Shah Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center heart failure N/A
Sanjiv Shah Northwestern University Medical School Cardiac Amyloidosis, cardiac mechanics, Genetics, heart failure with preserved ejection fraction, pulmonary hypertension N/A
Anoop Shah University of Cambridge ASCVD, AsCVD Risk N/A
Danit R. Shahar 97286477452 Ben-Gurion University The S. Daniel Abraham International Center for Health and Nutrition Beer-Sheva N/A 84105
Lisa Sharamitaro 206.897.1948 University of Washington (CHSCC) Bldg 29, Suite 210 6200 NE 74th Street Seattle Washington 98115
Michelle Shardell University of Maryland School of Medicine 25(OH)D, 25-hydroxyvitamin D, Aging, biomarkers, biostatistics, causal inference, computer simulation, cystatin C, death bias, Epidemiologic methods, epidemiological studies, epidemiology, Epidemiology of Aging, FGF-23, fibroblast growth factor 23, Fibroblast Growth Factor-23, Fine-Gray method, Geriatric conditions, Geriatrics Working Group, Gut microbiome, joint modeling, kidney function, kidney function decline, klotho, logistic regression, longitudinal models, longitudinal observational data, Machine learning, marginal structural models, metabolomics, physical disability, Physical function, proteomics, proxy assessment, PTH, Recursive partitioning, Regression trees, regularization, renal insufficiency, sarcopenia, time dependent variables, time-to-event regression 670 W Baltimore Street Baltimore Maryland 21201
Malveeka Sharma 8137282899 University of Washington hemorrhagic stroke, NEUROLOGIC DISEASE, neurology 325 9th ave 3CT-84 Seattle Washington 98104
Shilpa Sharma UCLA Acute Kidney Injury, Phosphate N/A
A. Richey Sharrett 443-287-6178 Johns Hopkins University retinal Department of Epidemioloy Bloomberg School of Public Health Baltimore Maryland 21205
Shani Shastri UT Southwestern renal N/A
Shanshan Sheehy 6178724571 Boston Medical Center/Boston Univ. School of Medicine Acute myocardial infarction (AMI), all-cause mortality, association studies, atrial fibrillation, bias, BLACK AND WHITE DIFFERENCES, C-reactive protein (CRP), Cardiac arrhythmia, cardiac mortality, cardiometabolic disease, cardiovascular death, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular disease (CVD), cardiovascular disease epidemiology, cardiovascular disease prediction, cardiovascular disease risk factors, cardiovascular events, cardiovascular exposure, Cardiovascular Health Study (CHS), cardiovascular morbitidy, cardiovascular mortality, cardiovascular outcomes, Cardiovascular Prevention, cardiovascular risk, cardiovascular risk factors, cardiovascular risk prediction, cardiovascular risk score, cardiovascular surgery, case-control study, causal inference, cause-specific mortality, CHD, CHD mortality, classification and regression tree, Clinical and Subclinical CVD, clinical epidemiology, clinical epidemiology; nutrition; heart failure, Cohort study, confounders, Cox Proportional Hazards, Cox regression, CRP, CVD epidemiology and prevention, CVD mortality, CVD risk factors, data pooling, data reduction, Databases, Diabetes Mellitus, diet, Diet; nutrition; epidemiology, disability, disparities, disparity, elderly, elderly adults, elderly men and women, elderly women, Epidemiologic methods, epidemiological studies, epidemiology, Epidemiology of Aging, follow-up study, food frequency, gender differences, gout, health disparities, health equity, health outcomes research, HEART DISEASE, inflammation, inflammation and C-reactive protein (CRP), inflammatory marker, inflammatory markers, Inflammatory mediators, inflammatory risk factors, Longitudinal Analysis, longitudinal methods, longitudinal models, longitudinal studies, mediation, metabolic syndrome, methodology, methods, nutrition, obesity, serum urate, serum urate level, SEX DIFFERENCES 650 Albany Street 2nd floor Boston Massachusetts 02115
Kerry Sheets University of Minnesota Aging N/A
Lynn Shemanski 206-547-0252 2601 Fourth Avenue, Suite 200 Seattle Washington 98121
Jeannie-Marie Sheppard Johns Hopkins University Schools of Medicine and Public Health Department of Mental Health, Division of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurpsychiatry Baltimore Maryland 21287
Mark Sherman National Cancer Institute (NCI) 6120 Executive Blvd. Rockville Maryland 208892
Duane Sherrill 520-626-7513 University of Arizona Arizona Clinical Research Training Program Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health Tucson Arizona
Anoop Sheshadri University of California - San Francisco Accelerated aging, Activities of Daily Living (ADL), Age, age-related changes, Aging, biological aging, biomarkers, BODY COMPOSITION, care-recipients, caregivers, caregiving, chronic kidney disease, cognitive aging, cognitive function, COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY, decline in health over time, elderly, end-stage kidney disease, endothelial dysfunction, exercise, Exercise capacity, exercise in elderly, exercise intensity, functional aging, functional assessment, functional dependence, gait speed, Geriatric medicine, kidney disease progression, kidney function decline, muscle performance, muscle strength, physical activity, Physical function, physical performance, QOL, self-rated health, walking, walking speed 4150 Clement St Bldg 203, Rm 3A-30 San Francisco California 94121
Naman Shetty University of Alabama at Birmingham congestive heart failure, congestive heart failure (CHF); genetic; GWAS, n-terminal of the prohormone brain natriuretic peptide, Natriuretic peptides N/A