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Jia-Yuh Chen jic29@pitt.edu University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health biostatistics 130 De Soto Street Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 15261
Zhao Chen zchen@email.arizona.edu 520-626-9011 University of Arizona abdominal obesity, active life expectancy, Activities of Daily Living (ADL), Asian American, asthma, BODY COMPOSITION, BODY FAT, body fat distribution, body mass index, body size, bone alkaline phosphatase, BONE DENSITY, bone loss, bone mass density, Bone mineral content, Bone Mineral Density, bone remodeling, brain MRI, cause of death, cause-specific mortality, central obesity, CHS, fall injuries, falls, fat distribution, fat free mass, fat mass, fracture risk, fractures, frail elderly, frailty, gait, gait speed, gait variability, gender, gender differences, genetic data, genetic epidemiology, genetic factors, genome-wide variation, geriatric impairment, Geriatric medicine, geriatric medicine and assessment, Geriatrics, gerontology, health behaviors, health disparities, health outcomes, health related quality of life (HRQL), healthy aging, Hip, Hip Circumference (HIP), hip fracture, Hip fracture prediction, Hip geometry, IGF-1, IL-6, imflammation, Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), MRI, multi-ethnic, normal aging, nutrient intakes, nutrition, nutritional epidemiology, Odds Ratio, old age, older, older adults, older persons, Oldest old, population, Public Health, public health impact, Pulmonary, risk assessment, risk factor awareness, risk factor control, risk factor treatment, risk factors, risk markers, Risk model, risk prediction, risk predictors, risk score, risk score analysis, Risk Selection, risk stratification, sarcopenia, selection bias, Sex, SEX DIFFERENCES, sex effects, Statistical methods, statistical modeling, variability, Waist circumference (WAIST), Waist-hip-ratio (WHR), White matter grade, white matter lesions, whole-genome analysis, women, years of healthy life (YHL) MEZCOPH, Drachman Hall Rm A240 Tucson Arizona 85704
Lin Chen chenx484@umn.edu University of Minnesota N/A
Jeanette Cheng jeanette.y.cheng@gmail.com Northwestern University heart failure with preserved ejection fraction N/A
Ching-Yu Cheng cycheng@jsph.edu Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health Department of Epidemiology Balitmore Maryland 21224
Ning Cheung dannycheung@hotmail.com University of Melbourne Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA) 32 Gisborne Steet VIC 3002
Gloria Chi glochi@u.washington.edu N/A
Julio Chirinos julio.chirinos@uphs.upenn.edu University of Pennsylvania Health System N/A
Hyunmi Choi hc323@columbia.edu Columbia University epilespy 710 West 168th street 7th floor New York New York 10032
Michel Chonchol Michel.Chonchol@ucdenver.edu 303-724-7796 University of Colorado Denver Nephrology Department of Medicine Division of Renal Diseases and Hypertension Aurora Colorado 80045
Elaine WT Chong elainechongwt@gmail.com +61 3 9929 8360 University of Melbourne Department of Ophthalmology Centre for Eye Research Australia Melbourne 3002
Vincent Chouraki vchourak@bu.edu Boston Medical Center/Boston Univ. School of Medicine A beta, AD, Alzheimer Disease, Alzheimer's dementia, Alzheimer's disease, Alzheimer’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease risk factors, apoE, apoE (genetic factors), APOE ε4, ApoE4, beta amyloid, biomarker, biomarkers, blood, cohort, Cohort study, Pooled Epidemiological studies, population-based, prospective, Prospective Studies Institut Pasteur de Lille 1 rue du Professeur Calmette Lille N/A 59019
Kim Chow heimanchow@ust.hk 852-23587345 Unknown abdominal obesity, active life, AD, Adipokines, adiponectin, adiposity, ADNI, Age, aging Alzheimers' diseas ApoE myocardial infarction (MI) diabetes frailty, Aging, Aging: Insulin Sensitivity, Alzheimer Disease, Alzheimer's dementia, Alzheimer's disease, Alzheimer’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease risk factors, Alzhiemer's disease, antidiabetic medications, apoE, apoE (genetic factors), APOE ε4, ApoE4, bioelectrical impedance, bioinformatics, biological aging, biomarker, biomarkers, Breast cancer, Caloric Intake, cancer, cancer progression, cardiometabolic, cardiometabolic disease, cardiometabolic risk, Cerebrovascular disease (CBD), cholesterol metabolites, dairy fatty acids, diabetes, Diabetes Mellitus, diabetes treatment, diet quality diet diversity diabetes cardiovascular disease, Diet; nutrition; epidemiology, dietary fat, dietary patterns, Dietary protein, gene expression, gene knockout, gene ontology, gene regulation, gene-based analysis, gene-diet interaction, gene-environment interaction, glucose, glucose intolerance, Glucose levels, glucose metabolism, GLUCOSE TOLERANCE, GLUCOSE TOLERANCE TEST, glycemic control, HMG CoA reductase inhibitors, HOMA-IR, hyperinsulinemia, HYPERINSULINISM, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, IGF-1, IGF-I, imflammation, inflammatory bowel disease, inflammatory marker, inflammatory markers, Inflammatory mediators, insulin, Insulin resistance, insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1), insulin-like growth factors, insulinlike growth factors, IRS1, linoleic acid, Lipid fraction, lipid levels, lipid lowering agents, lipid markers, lipid metabolism, lipid peroxidation, lipids, lipis, lipohyalinosis, lipoprotein lipids, lipoprotein metabolism, lipoprotein subclasses, metabolic disorders, metabolic syndrome, metabolic traits, metabolism, metabolomics, neurodegeneration, neurodegenerative disease, next-generation sequencing, protein expression, Type 2 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes mellitus, women, women parity cardiovascular disease, Women's Health Room 6212, Division of Life Science Academic Concourse, HKUST, Hong Kong N/A 852
Kiyon Chung kichung@u.washington.edu Cardiovascular Health Research Unit Metropolitan Park, East Tower 1730 Minor Avenue Seattle Washington 98101
Hyoju Chung hyoju_ch@hotmail.com N/A
Tina Church tchurch@wfubmc.edu Wake Forest University Health Sciences Department of Epidemiology and Prevention Division of Public Health Sciences Winston-Salem North Carolina 27157
Sean Coady coadys@nih.gov 301-435-1289 NHLBI 6701 Rockledge Driv MSC 7934 Bethesda Maryland 20892
Edward Coffey ecoffey1@smtpgw.is.hfh.edu N/A
Tinh-Hai Collet tinh-hai.collet@chuv.ch +41-21-3141111 University Hospital of Lausanne endocrinology, diabetes Service of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism BH19 Lausanne N/A 1011
George Comstock gcomstock@mindspring.com N/A
Yvette Conley yconley@pitt.edu University of Pittsburgh 440 Victoria Bldg 3500 Victoria St Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 15261
Corliss Cook ccook@wfubmc.edu Wake Forest University School of Medicine Piedmont Plaza I 1920 West First Street Winston-Salem North Carolina 27104
Talea Cornelius tmc2184@cumc.columbia.edu Columbia University cardiovascular, health, health behaviors, health-risk behavior, obesity, relationships, social, social determinants of health, SOCIAL FACTORS, SOCIAL SUPPORT, spousal similarity, spouse, Statistical methods, statistical modeling, statistics Center for Behavioral Cardiovascular Health 622 W. 168th St. PH9-319 New York New York 10032
Elaine Cornell Elaine.Cornell@uvm.edu 802-656-8963 University of Vermont blood Department of Pathology - Colchester Research Facility 360 South Park Drive Colchester Vermont 5446
Vicente Corrales-Medina vcorrales@toh.on.ca 1-613-761-4155 ext. 3 University of Ottawa pneumonia 1053 Carling Ave Administrative Service Bldg (ASB) - 2005 Ottawa N/A K1V8Z7

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