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MiCDA Pilot Project Symposium

a Symposium

Sarah Burgard
Roshanak Mehdipanah
Melissa Y. Wei
Kristine J. Ajrouch
Sela Panapasa
Joshua Ehrlich

Thursday, 3/28/2019, 3:00pm.   ARCHIVED EVENT

Location: 1430 ISR Thompson

MiCDA Pilot Project investigators will discuss their research findings and related activities.

All MiCDA affiliates are invited to attend the symposium.

TOPICS:

Self-Reported Vision Impairment and Subjective Well-Being in Older Adults: A Longitudinal Mediation Analysis
Speaker: Joshua Ehrlich
Assistant Professor, Ophthalmology
and Visual Sciences, Medical School


Life-course work-family sequences and well being among women in SHARE
Speaker: Sarah Burgard
Research Associate Professor, Population Studies Center, Associate Professor Department of Sociology,
LS&A


Aging in Place: Helping individuals grow old at home
Speaker, Roshanak Mehdipanah
Assistant Professor, Health Behavior and Health Education,
School of Public Health


Chronic diseases and physical functioning: Development and validation of an ICD-coded multimorbidity index
Speaker: Melissa Wei
Assistant Professor, General Medicine,
Medical School


Measuring Alzheimer's Disease in Arabic-Speaking Populations
Speaker: Kristine Ajrouch
Adjunct Research Professor,
Survey Research Center, ISR


The prevalence, distribution and correlates of disability and comorbidity in the Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander aging population
Speaker: Sela Panapasa
Associate Research Scientist,
Research Center for Group Dynamics, ISR

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