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Secondary Data in Aging Interest Group with Krista Moulder

The Secondary Data in Aging Interest Group is an interdisciplinary learning collaborative. Focusing on research using secondary data, this group discusses theoretical and methodological issues and research of policy and programs relevant for a person’s life course and aging.

This is an opportunity for participants to: learn about common data sources for secondary research in aging, hear about issues and methods of interest for researchers in St. Louis, share concepts and in-progress research to receive feedback, and identify opportunities for collaboration.

All experience levels, department and university/organization affiliations are invited. This event will take place via Zoom. Add this event to your calendar to receive the meeting link.

Featured Presentation

Longitudinal, Multimodal Data in Aging and Alzheimer Disease

Presented by: Krista Moulder, PhD
Assistant Professor of Neurology; Executive Director, Charles F. and Joanne Knight Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Dr. Krista Moulder will review the 42-year history of the Knight Alzheimer Disease Research Center (ADRC) at Washington University, including a description of the clinical, cognitive, neuropathological, and biomarker data available for secondary data analysis. She will also review the data and resources available at the National Alzheimer Coordinating Center, which houses longitudinal data from all 30+ ADRCs funded by the National Institute on Aging.