Amy M. Pienta

Amy M. Pienta

Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Associate Research Scientist, Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research.
Ph.D., Sociology, State University of New York, Buffalo
Research Interests:  Dr. Pienta has research interests in demography of aging and she studies retirement and health in later life. Her current research focuses on determinants of couples’ retirement behavior and uncovering social processes underlying health disparities among African Americans.

Select Projects

Developing Evidence-based Data Sharing and Archiving Policies (NSF)

Center for Large Data Research and Data Sharing in Rehabilitation (NICHD)

National Addiction and HIV Data Archive Program (NIDA)

Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) on Promoting Healthy Aging for People with Long-Term Physical Disabilities (HHS-AA)

Developing an On-line Training Video for Data Management and Archiving (HHS-AA)

The University of Michigan Bioinformatics Training Program (Supplement) (NIGMS)

Development of the RWJF Health and Medical Care Archive, 2018-2019 (RWJ)

Sharing Qualitative Research Data: Identifying and Addressing Ethical and Practical Barriers (NHGRI)

Michigan Center for Urban African American Aging Research-Bridge Funds (NIA)

FACTORS IN AGING: Best Practices in Archiving and Sharing Longitudinal Data Resources on Aging (NIA)

Evaluating the Data Sharing Capacity of the PCORI Research Community: Creating a Pilot Data Repository at ICPSR (PCORI)

Researcher Credentialing for Secure Data Access (Sloan)

Identifying a Set of Value-added Services in Support of Data Curation for the Development Data Hub (World Bank)

BioCADDIE (Biomedical and healthCAre Data Discovery and Indexing Engine)-Year 3 (NIAID)

Collecting, Archiving, and Publicly Sharing Data for RWJF's Health and Medical Care Archive, 2016-2018 (RWJ)

Center for Large Data Research and Data Sharing in Rehabilitation (NICHD)

Drug Abuse and HIV Data Archive (NIDA)

Data Processing of American Psychological Association Data Sets (American Psychological Association)

Michigan Center for Urban African American Aging (NIA)


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