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News
  • Melodem annual metting
    Melodem annual meeting will take place from July 17th to July 19th
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  • The 2018 Data Workshop
    Melodem 2018 announces an expended Data Workshop to precede the main meeting. The 2018 Data Workshop will focus on gender differences in cognitive aging and dementia risk
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  • Society for Epidemiologic Research 2018
    Society for Epidemiologic Research 2018: https://epiresearch.org/annual-meeting/2018-meeting/Check out Dr. Melinda Power's session on "Big questions and novel approaches in dementia epidemiology"and D...
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  • AAIC
    AAIC: https://www.alz.org/aaic/
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Publications
Congratulations MELODEM participants on recent publications:

- Will biomarker-based diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease maximize scientific progress? Evaluating proposed diagnostic criteria.
Medellena Maria Glymour, Adam Mark Brickman, Mika Kivimaki, Elizabeth Rose Mayeda, Genevieve Chene, Carole Dufouil, Jennifer Jaie Manly
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- Can Survival Bias Explain the Age Attenuation of Racial Inequalities in Stroke Incidence? : A Simulation Study.
Mayeda Elizabeth-Rose, Banack Hailey R, Bibbins-Domingo Kirsten, Zeki Al Hazzouri Adina, Marden Jessica R, Whitmer Rachel, Glymour Maria
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- Prediction to prevention in Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
Carole Dufouil, M Maria Glymour
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- The Bidirectional Association Between Depression and Severe Hypoglycemic and Hyperglycemic Events in Type 1 Diabetes.
Paola Gilsanz, Andrew J. Karter, Michal Schnaider Beeri, Charles P. Quesenberry Jr, and Rachel A. Whitmer
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- The ACTIVE conceptual framework as a structural equation model.
Alden L. Gross, Brennan R. Payne, Ramon Casanova, Pega Davoudzadeh, Joseph M. Dzierzewski, Sarah Farias, Tania Giovannetti, Edward H. Ip, Michael Marsiske, George W. Rebok, K. Warner Schaie, Kelsey Thomas ORCID Icon, Sherry Willis & Richard N. Jones
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- Are Trends in Dementia Incidence Associated With Compression in Morbidity? Evidence From The Framingham Heart Study.
Dufouil C, Beiser A, Chêne G, Seshadri S.
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