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First Name Last Name E-mailsort descending Telephone Institution Area of Expertise Address 1 Address 2 City State ZIP
Vishesh Kapur vkapur@u.washington.edu University of Washington Harborview Medical Center 3WH-107 Seattle Washington 98104
Venkatesh Murthy vlmurthy@med.umich.edu 734-936-5387 University of Michigan coronary artery calcium, coronary heart disease (CHD), Coronary Heart Disease Risk, metabolic disorders, metabolic syndrome, metabolic traits, metabolism, metabolomics, Young adults 1500 E. Medical Center Dr Ann Arbor Michigan 48109
Vandana Menon vmenon@tuftsmedicalcenter.org Tufts Medical Center 800 Washington St. #391 Boston Massachusetts 2111
Verna Tysor vtysor@wfubmc.edu Wake Forest University Health Sciences Department of Epidemiology and Prevention Division of Public Health Sciences Winston-Salem North Carolina 27157
Willem J. Kop W.J.Kop@uvt.nl 410-328-2063 Tilburg University P.O.Box 90153 5000 LE Tilburg N/A
Wendy den Elzen w.p.j.den_elzen@lumc.nl + 31 71 526 8444 Leiden University Medical Center Thyroid function, Anemia, COMMUNITY-DWELLING ELDERLY Post zone V-0-P P.O. Box 9600 Leiden N/A 2300 RC
Wally Omar Wallyomar88@gmail.com University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center CAD, cardiac biomarkers, Cardiac troponin T, cardiovascular disease (CVD) N/A
Zheyu Wang wangzy@jhu.edu Johns Hopkins University biostatistics N/A
WAQAS QURESHI waqastariq@gmail.com 5165122605 Wake Forest University Health Sciences diabetes, heart failure, metabolism, obesity 520 Ridgehaven Cir Winston Salem Michigan 27104
Keattiyoat Wattanakit wattanakit@epi.umn.edu Epidemiology & Community Health Suite 300 1300 S. 2nd Street Minneapolis Minnesota 55455
Weiying Dai wdai@binghamton.edu 607-777-4859 CHS research Alzheimer's disease, brain, brain image, brain MRI, Brain MRI abnormalities, Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), MRI imaging, Statistical methods, statistical modeling, statistics Binghamton New York 1390
Wen-Hsin Hu wehu@bwh.harvard.edu Brigham & Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School apnea, Apnea-Hypopnea Index (AHI), cardiovascular disease (CVD), cardiovascular risk, sleep apnea N/A
Wenjie Ma wem692@mail.harvard.edu 6178938614 Harvard School of Public Health 2 Peabody Terrace, Apt 1002 Cambridge Massachusetts 02138
Jennifer Wessel wesselj@iu.edu 317-278-3070 Indiana University diabetes, Genetics 410 W 10th St Suite 3100 Indianapolis Indiana 46202
Loran Salamone whlplms@pitt.edu N/A
Linda Kao wkao@jhsph.edu Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health 615 N. Wolfe St. Baltimore Maryland 21205
Will Longstreth wl@u.washington.edu 206-744-3251 University of Washington Cerebrovascular disease (CBD) Harborview Medical Center Box 359775 Seattle Washington 98104
Wesley DeHaven wmd12@pitt.edu University of Pittsburgh air pollution health effects Pennsylvania
Michael Wolz wolzm@nhlbi.nih.gov 301-435-1295 NHLBI Alzheimer's dementia, biostatistics, cardiovascular risk score, diastolic blood pressure, Framingham risk scale, hypertension, hypertension treatment, Latent Class Analysis, latent variable models, linear regression, lipid levels, marital status, markers, markov, Markov process, Measurement, Measurement error, mini-mental score, Mini-Mental State Exam (MMSE), misclassification, mismeasured variables, missing covariates, missing data, Public Health, public health impact, pulmonary function, pulmonary function test, Risk, risk assessment, risk factor, risk factors, Risk model, risk prediction, risk predictors, risk score, risk score analysis, risk stratification, RR interval, software development, Statistical disclosure limitation, Statistical methods, statistical modeling, statistics, systolic blood pressure 6701 Rockledge Drive #10018 Bethesda Maryland 20892
Wendy Post wpost@jhmi.edu Johns Hopkins University Division of Cardiology Blalock 910 Baltimore Maryland 21212
Lisa Wruck wruck@unc.edu University of North Carolina N/A
chenkai wu wuche@onid.orst.edu Oregon State University age-related changes, Aging, all-cause mortality, methods 206 Bates Hall corvallis Oregon 97333
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
xurui Jin xurui.jin@dukekunshan.edu.cn Duke University 1000 genomes, 25(OH)D, 3MSE, AD, age-related changes, Aged, Aged--80 and over, albumin, Albumin to creatinine ratio, albuminuria, Alzheimer Disease, Alzheimer's dementia, Alzheimer's disease, alzheimers disease; risk factors; transition probabilities; progression, Alzheimer’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease risk factors, Alzhiemer's disease, APOE ε4, biomarkers, biostatistics, Machine learning, Vitamin D, vitamin D metabolism N/A
Yvonne Plantinga y.plantinga@umcutrecht.nl Julius Center for Health Sciences and Primary Care University Medical Center Utrecht Heidelberglaan 100 The Netherlands

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