MiCDA is sponsored by the National Institute on Aging (P30 AG012846).
HwaJung Choi and Bob Schoeni use HRS data to examine health and socioeconomic status trends among older people who retire early, compared to those who retire at older ages.
Using online financial transaction data, Matthew Shapiro and Daniel Silverman analyze the economic behavior and well being of older men and women in the U.S.
Helen Levy and Ken Langa use NHANES data to explore whether cognitive ability has an impact on the awareness of hypertension among older adults.
Investigators Jessica Faul, Jennifer Smith, Sharon Kardia, Colter Mitchell, and David Weir examine how genes and early/mid-life SES are linked to older-age memory.
Using a nationally representative survey sample, Neal Krause analyzes measures of religiosity in relation to a range of biomarkers to assess the association of religious devotion and health.