Neil Mehta

Contribution of Behavioral Factors and Chronic Diseases to International Differences in Healthy Life Expectancy

Research Project Description

We will investigate the contribution of behavioral factors and chronic diseases to US-Europe differences in healthy life expectancy. The project relies on publicly available data sources.

Funding: National Institute on Aging (1 R03 AG 060404 01)

Funding Period: 8/1/2018 to 5/31/2020

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