The Center for Midlife Science specializes in the study of multifaceted diseases, usually chronic diseases such as arthritis, diabetes and osteoporosis, particularly their initiation and progression in the midlife. Read more »
CONGRATULATIONS!: to core faculty member Carrie Karvonen-Gutierrez, MPH, PhD named John G. Searle Assistant Professor of Epidemiology Read more
October 28, 2019
PUBLISHED: “Does Information on Blood Heavy Metals Improve CardiovascularMortality Prediction?”; authors include Center Doctoral Candidate Xin Wang Read more
October 24, 2019
CONGRATULATIONS!: Epidemiology PhD student Traci Carson has been awarded Community of Scholars (COS) fellowship from IRWG and the Rackham Graduate School Read more
October 23, 2019
Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation. A 20 year multi-site, multi-ethnic study of midlife women.
Michigan Bone Health and Metabolism Study. A 20 year cohort study of daughters of participants in the Tecumseh Community of Health Study.