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Mon, Jan 23, 2017 at noon:
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David Weir

Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.

Research Professor, Survey Research Center.

Ph.D., Stanford University

Dr. Weir's current research interests include the measurement of health-related quality of life; the use of cost-effectiveness measures in health policy and medical decision-making; the role of supplemental health insurance in the Medicare population; the effects of health, gender, and marital status on economic well-being in retirement; and the effects of early-life experience on longevity and health at older ages. He also directs the Health and Retirement Study (HRS).

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Journal Articles

Barban, Nicola, Rick Jansen, Jessica Faul, and David Weir, et al. Forthcoming. "Genome-wide analysis identifies 12 loci influencing human reproductive behavior." Nature Genetics. DOI. Abstract.

Langa, Kenneth M., Eric Larson, Eileen Crimmins, Jessica Faul, Deborah Levine, Mohammed Kabeto, and David Weir. Forthcoming. "A Comparison of the Prevalence of Dementia in the United States in 2000 and 2012." JAMA Internal Medicine. DOI.

Puterman, Eli, Alison Gemmill, Deborah Karasek, David Weir, Nancy Adler, Aric Prather, and Elissa Epel. 2016. "Lifespan adversity and later adulthood telomere length in the nationally representative US Health and Retirement Study." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113(42): E6335-E6342. DOI. Abstract.

Dunn, E., A. Wiste, F. Radmanesh, L. Almli, S. Gogarten, T. Sofer, Jessica Faul, Sharon R. Kardia, and David Weir, et al. 2016. "Genome-Wide Association Study (Gwas) and Genome-Wide by Environment Interaction Study (Gweis) of Depressive Symptoms in African American and Hispanic/Latina Women." Depression and Anxiety, 33(4): 265-280. PMCID: PMC4826276. DOI. Abstract.

Matteini, A., T. Tanaka, D. Karasik, G. Atzmon, W. Chou, J. Eicher, A. Arnold, M. Callisaya, G. Davies, D. Evans, B. Holtfreter, K. Lohman, K. Lunetta, M. Mangino, A. Smith, A. Teumer, L. Yu, D. Arking, A. Buchman, L. Chibinik, P. De Jager, D. Evans, Jessica Faul, M. Garcia, I. Gillham-Nasenya, V. Gudnason, A. Hofman, Y. Hsu, T. Ittermann, L. Lahousse, D. Liewald, Y. Liu, L. Lopez, F. Rivadeneira, J. Rotter, K. Siggeirsdottir, J. Starr, R. Thomson, G. Tranah, A. Uitterlinden, U. Völker, H. Völzke, David Weir, W. Zhao, W. Zhuang, J. Zmuda, D. Bennett, S. Cummings, I. Deary, L. Ferrucci, T. Harris, and Sharon R. Kardia, et al. 2016. "GWAS analysis of handgrip and lower body strength in older adults in the CHARGE consortium." Aging Cell, 15(5): 792-800. DOI. Abstract.

Day, Felix, Katherine Ruth, Deborah Thompson, Jennifer Smith, Jessica Faul, and David Weir, et al. 2015. "Large-scale genomic analyses link reproductive aging to hypothalamic signaling, breast cancer susceptibility and BRCA1-mediated DNA repair." Nature Genetics, 47: 1294–1303. DOI. Abstract.

Weir, David, Jessica Faul, and Jennifer Smith, et al. 2015. "The association between lower educational attainment and depression owing to shared genetic effects? Results in ~25 000 subjects." Molecular Psychiatry, 20: 735-743. PMCID: PMC4610719. DOI. Abstract.

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