Belinda L. Needham

Impact of Multilevel Risk and Resilience Factors on Cardiovascular Health in Racially/Ethnically Diverse Men and Women

Research Project Description

Throughout the three year study period, Dr. Needham will contribute her knowledge of the MESA and MASALA datasets, as well as her knowledge of health disparities and experience with data harmonization. Dr. Needham will serve on the Data Harmonization Advisory Board to ensure successful integration of the three datasets. She will participate in conference calls with the PI and other members of the study team to trouble shoot any issues that arise during the data preparation and data analysis phases of the study, and she will travel to Brown University for annual in-person meetings of the research team. She will assist with the interpretation of study results and will contribute scientifically to the preparation of manuscripts.

Funding:
National Heart, Lung, And Blood Institute
(subcontract: 1R01HL135200)

Funding Period: 8/23/2018 to 7/31/2019

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