Health and retirement study yrs 23-28

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Project Title: Health and retirement study yrs 23-28
Project Number: 5U01AG009740-26
Project web address: Follow on NIH
Organization: University Of Michigan, United States, Michigan, ANN ARBOR
Principal Investigators (PI): Weir David R, US
 
Project Description:
This is a competing continuation proposal for Years 23-28 of the Health and Retirement Study (HRS) cooperative agreement, in response to NIA RFA #AG-12-001. We propose to continue core data collection on the steady-state design laid out in the two previous renewal cycles, and collect biomarkers and measures of physical performance in in-person interviews on the rotating half-sample design established in the previous cycle. HRS provides a uniquely rich, nationally representative longitudinal dataset for the community of scientific and policy researchers who study the health, economics and demography of aging. It provides a research data base that can simultaneously support cross-sectional descriptions of the U.S. population over the age of fifty, longitudinal studies of a given cohort over a substantia period of time and research on cross-cohort trends. The HRS project creates a data system extending beyond the core survey data. One component of this extended data system consists of linkages to administrative data, including Social Security earnings and benefit records, Medicare utilization and diagnostic records, employer pension records, and the National Death Index. We plan to expand these linkages to include Medicaid records, links to Veteran's Administration data, and information on nursing home residents from the Minimum Data Set. Another component is genome-wide genotyping data from consenting respondents that will be available in dbGaP by the start of this next renewal cycle. The HRS provides public use data designed to allow the full power and creativity of America's scientific community to address the challenges of an aging population. The HRS is making a significant impact on research on aging through investigator-initiated research which uses the HRS as an input without charge to researchers or granting agencies. Over 1,000 peer-reviewed journal publications by over 1,000 different authors and co-authors and over 200 doctoral dissertations have appeared based on the HRS.
 
Project Terms:
address age aging aging population agreement americas attention base bibliography biological markers blood censuses cessation of life charge china cognitive ability cohort communities consent consumption cost cost effective country creativeness data data analyses data collection data files data quality data set database of genotypes and phenotypes databases decision making dementia demography design development diagnostic documentation economics england enrollment europe exhibits family genetic genome-wide genotype grant health health economics improved income income tax indexing india information systems innovation international interview investigator-initiated research japan journals link longitudinal design longitudinal studies measurement measures medicaid medicare medicare claim meetings member mental health minority nursing homes older population pathway interactions peer review pensions performance personal satisfaction persons physical conditioning physical function policies population prevalence prospective psychologic psychosocial publications questionnaire designs records research research personnel resources respondent response retirement rotation sampling schedule screening services sister social social security surveys symposium time trait trend u-series cooperative agreements united states department of veterans affairs update veterans web site basic behavioral and social science behavioral and social science clinical research
Project Title: Health and retirement study yrs 23-28
Project Number: 5U01AG009740-26
Project web address: Follow on NIH
Organization: University Of Michigan, United States, Michigan, ANN ARBOR
Principal Investigators (PI): Weir David R, US
 
Project Categories:
Natural Sciences
 
Other Information:
Fiscal Year: 1998
Project Start Date: 1 January 1998
Project End Date: 31 December 2015
Project program: Research Project--Cooperative Agreements
 
Project Funding Information:
Funding Mechanism: Non-SBIR/STTR RPGs
Year Funding Organization Total Funding, $
2015 NIH - National Institute On Aging $13,173,570
Project Title: Health and retirement study yrs 23-28
Project Number: 5U01AG009740-26
Project web address: Follow on NIH
Organization: University Of Michigan, United States, Michigan, ANN ARBOR
Principal Investigators (PI): Weir David R, US
 
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Project Title: Health and retirement study yrs 23-28
Project Number: 5U01AG009740-26
Project web address: Follow on NIH
Organization: University Of Michigan, United States, Michigan, ANN ARBOR
Principal Investigators (PI): Weir David R, US
 
Project Title Organization FY Funding
Health And Retirement Study Yrs 23-28University Of Michigan2016$27,760,299
Health And Retirement Study Yrs 23-28University Of Michigan2016$4,155,000
Health And Retirement Study Yrs 23-28University Of Michigan2015$13,173,570
Health And Retirement Study Yrs 23-28University Of Michigan2015$5,985,501
Health And Retirement Study Yrs 23-28University Of Michigan2015$5,380,855
Health And Retirement Study Yrs 23-28University Of Michigan2015$4,155,000
Health And Retirement Study Yrs 23-28University Of Michigan2015$2,576,263
Health And Retirement Study Yrs 23-28University Of Michigan2014$4,155,000
Health And Retirement Study Yrs 23-28University Of Michigan2014$13,976,001
Health And Retirement Study Yrs 23-28University Of Michigan2014$135,971
Health And Retirement Study Yrs 23-28University Of Michigan2013$4,200,000
Health And Retirement Study Yrs 23-28University Of Michigan2013$12,971,070
Health And Retirement Study Yrs 23-28University Of Michigan2013$50,000
Health And Retirement Study Yrs 23-28University Of Michigan2012$4,235,000
Health And Retirement Study Yrs 23-28University Of Michigan2012$13,381,000
Health And Retirement StudyUniversity Of Michigan2011$20,000
Health And Retirement StudyUniversity Of Michigan2011$4,235,000
Health And Retirement StudyUniversity Of Michigan2011$10,895,039
Health And Retirement StudyUniversity Of Michigan2010$20,000
Health And Retirement StudyUniversity Of Michigan2010$50,000
Project Title: Health and retirement study yrs 23-28
Project Number: 5U01AG009740-26
Project web address: Follow on NIH
Organization: University Of Michigan, United States, Michigan, ANN ARBOR
Principal Investigators (PI): Weir David R, US
 
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Project Title: Health and retirement study yrs 23-28
Project Number: 5U01AG009740-26
Project web address: Follow on NIH
Organization: University Of Michigan, United States, Michigan, ANN ARBOR
Principal Investigators (PI): Weir David R, US
 
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Perceived discrimination and personality development in adulthood. Dev Psychol 2016 united states
Association of Alcohol Use and Loneliness Frequency Among Middle-Aged and Older Adult Drinkers. J Aging Health 2016 united states
Pleiotropic Associations of Allelic Variants in a 2q22 Region with Risks of Major Human Diseases and Mortality. PLoS Genet 2016 united states
A comparison of tooth retention and replacement across 15 countries in the over-50s. Community Dent Oral Epidemiol 2016 denmark
Longitudinal Predictors of Functional Impairment in Older Adults in Europe--Evidence from the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe. PLoS One 2016 united states
Effects of Recent Stress and Variation in the Serotonin Transporter Polymorphism (5-HTTLPR) on Depressive Symptoms: A Repeated-Measures Study of Adults Age 50 and Older. Behav Genet 2016 united states
Absent but Not Gone: Interdependence in Couples' Quality of Life Persists After a Partner's Death. Psychol Sci 2016 united states
Assortative mating and differential fertility by phenotype and genotype across the 20th century. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2016 united states
Global, regional, and national incidence, prevalence, and years lived with disability for 310 diseases and injuries, 1990-2015: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2015. Lancet 2016 england
Do cognitive leisure activities really matter in the relationship between education and cognition? Evidence from the aging, demographics, and memory study (ADAMS). Aging Ment Health 2016 england
The Paradox of Leisure in Later Life. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci 2016 united states
Volunteering is prospectively associated with health care use among older adults. Soc Sci Med 2016 england
Predictors of Difficulty in Medication Intake in Europe: a Cross-country Analysis Based on SHARE. Aging Dis 2016 united states
Linking Quality of Work in Midlife to Volunteering During Retirement: a European Study. J Popul Ageing 2016 netherlands
Methodological Aspects of Subjective Life Expectancy: Effects of Culture-Specific Reporting Heterogeneity Among Older Adults in the United States. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci 2016 united states
Social Network, Activity Participation, and Cognition: A Complex Relationship. Res Aging 2016 united states
Telomere length and health outcomes: A two-sample genetic instrumental variables analysis. Exp Gerontol 2016 england
Rational expectations? An explorative study of subjective survival probabilities and lifestyle across Europe. Health Expect 2016 england
Motoric Cognitive Risk Syndrome and Falls Risk: A Multi-Center Study. J Alzheimers Dis 2016 netherlands
Predictors of religious participation of older Europeans in good and poor health. Eur J Ageing 2016 germany
Association of a Genetic Risk Score With Body Mass Index Across Different Birth Cohorts. JAMA 2016 united states
Dispositional Optimism and Incidence of Cognitive Impairment in Older Adults. Psychosom Med 2016 united states
Cohort Effects in the Genetic Influence on Smoking. Behav Genet 2016 united states
Associations between multimorbidity, healthcare utilisation and health status: evidence from 16 European countries. Age Ageing 2016 england
Sex and Race Differences in the Relationship between Obesity and C-Reactive Protein. Ethn Dis 2016 united states
Moderate Alcohol Consumption Is Not Associated with Reduced All-cause Mortality. Am J Med 2016 united states