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First Name Last Name E-mailsort ascending Telephone Institution Area of Expertise Address 1 Address 2 City State ZIP
Allen Tong allen.tong@ucdmc.ucdavis.edu UC Davis Internal Medicine PSSb 2400 4150 V Street Sacramento California 95817
Ava Liberman all9188@med.cornell.edu Cornell University diagnosis, stroke, stroke prediction 420 East 70th street Room LH-402 New York New York 10021
Ali Ahmed ali.ahmed@va.gov 202-745-8386 George Washington School of Medicine Geriatric Heart Failure, geriatric syndrome, heart failure, heart failure outcomes, heart failure with preserved ejection fraction, heart failure with reduced ejection fraction District Of Columbia
Anna L. Harrington alharrin@uw.edu University of Washington Aging, air pollution, racial residential segregation, social determinants of health, social environment N/A
Alexander Lustman alexjl3@u.washington.edu 3814 NE 75th Strt #2 Seattle Washington 98115
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
Alexander Rodriguez alexander.rodriguez@monash.edu 0061385722919 Monash Univeristy abdominal aorta, Adverse drug events, ASCVD, atherosclerosis, atrial fibrillation, bisphosphonates, Bone Mineral Density, Cardiac electrophysiology, cardiac function, dual X-ray absorptiometry, dual x-ray absorptometry (DXA), endocrinology, epidemiological studies, Femoral Fractures, fracture, fracture risk, grip strength, meta-analysis, mobility impairment, mortality risk, osteoporosis, subclinical atherosclerosis, survival analysis, systematic reviews Bone & Muscle Research Group, Department of Medicine Level 7, Translational Research Facility MHTP Building 51 Kanooka Gro Melbourne N/A 3168
Albert Tsai albert.tsai@health.state.mn.us 651-201-5413 Minnesota Department of Health 85 East 7th Place Suite 400 St. Paul Minnesota 55105
Alanna Morrison Alanna.C.Morrison@uth.tmc.edu University of Texas Health Science Center 1200 Herman Pressler Suite E-453 Houston Texas 77030
Andrew Kunihiro akunihir@fredhutch.org Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center cancer, early detection, Imaging, lung cancer N/A
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
Andrew Spieker ajspiek@u.washington.edu N/A
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
Annie Lee ajl2199@cumc.columbia.edu (212) 305-2500 Columbia University AD, Aging, Alzheimer Disease, Alzheimer's dementia, Alzheimer's diseae, Alzheimer's disease, alzheimers disease; risk factors; transition probabilities; progression, Alzheimer’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease risk factors, Alzhiemer's disease, biostatistics, cardiovascular disease risk factors, genetic association, genetic association study, genetic data, genetic epidemiology, genetic factors, genetic variants, LOAD – late onset Alzheimer’s disease, neurological diseases, statistical modeling, statistical testing 622 West 168th Street, PH 19-315 New York New York 10032
Aivaras Cepelis aivaras.cepelis@ntnu.no Harvard School of Public Health asthma, cardiovascular disease epidemiology, cardiovascular disease risk factors, lung disease, lung function N/A
Peter Ahiawodzi ahiawodzi@campbell.edu 706-254-8149 Unknown Aging, cardiovascular disease epidemiology, Diabetes Mellitus, Epidemiologic methods, epidemiological studies, epidemiology, functional limitations, sleep P.O.BOX 1090 Buies Creek North Carolina 27506
Adam de Havenon ahdh@uw.edu (801) 554-9439 University of Washington 2407 Federal Ave E Seattle Washington 98102
Astrid Haberle ahaberle@alumni.stanford.edu Stanford University School of Medicine Aging, nonagenarian, systolic blood pressure California
Maria I. Aguilar aguilar.maria@mayo.edu Mayo Clinic Scottsdale CVD Mayo Clinic Scottsdale 13400 East Shea Boulevard Scottsdale Arizona 85259
Alden Gross agross14@jhu.edu 4104743386 Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health cognitive aging, epidemiology, gerontology 2024 E. Monument St. Baltimore Maryland 21205
Afnan Alswyan afswyan@uw.edu University of Washington Aging, competing risk methods, construct validation, development, health disparities, health related quality of life (HRQL), hospitalization, latent variable models, Measurement, Models–Theoretical, predictive model, Psychosocial risk factors, recovery, social determinants of health, statistical modeling Washington
Angela Fowler-Brown afowler@bidmc.harvard.edu N/A
Alison Fohner afohner@uw.edu 206-685-2715 University of Washington 24(OH)D, 25 dihydroxy vitamin D (24), 25(OH) (2D); single nucleotide polymorphisms, 25(OH)D, 25-dihydroxy, 25-hydroxyvitamin D, Adverse drug events, Clustering, cognition, cognition study, cognitive aging, cognitive decline, cognitive function, cognitive functioning, Cognitive Impairment, cognitive trajectories, dementia, Electronic health records, Gene Association, genes, genetic, genetic association, genetic association study, genetic data, genetic epidemiology, genetic polymorphism, genetic risk, genetic risk score, genetic studies, genetic variants, genetic variation, Genetics, genetics (primary aim), genome data, genome wide association study, Genome-wide analysis, genome-wide association, genome-wide association analysis, Genome-wide association studies, genome-wide association study, Genome-wide Methylation Association Study, genome-wide variation, genomic methodologies, genomics, genotypes, GWA, GWAS, health care, health disparities, health equity, Health Services, health services research, Infection, Machine learning, MEDICAL RECORDS, pharmacogenetics, pharmacogenomic, pharmacogenomics, predictive model, Random Forests, Risk model, risk prediction, risk predictors, risk score, risk score analysis, sepsis, Topic modeling Box 357236 Seattle Washington 98195
Ashraf Fawzy afawzy1@jhmi.edu Johns Hopkins COPD N/A
Andrew Moran aem35@cumc.columbia.edu Columbia University blood pressure, blood pressure control, costs of care, healthcare cost, healthcare utilization, hypertension, hypertension medications, hypertension treatment Division of General Medicine Presbyterian Hospital 9th floor East room 105 New York New York 10032

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