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Centers on the Demography & Economics of Aging and Alzheimer's Related Dementias

Winter 2023

Upcoming Events

January 25 (10:00am-12:00pm): Methods Workshop Series on Longitudinal Dyadic Data Analysis. Session 1: Longitudinal Dyadic Data Analysis on Aging Couples (CAPS at UT Austin)
August 2-3: 2023 Data-Intensive Research Conference (LCC) (Minneapolis, MN & online)

New Publications from the Population Reference Bureau

 

Vulnerable Older Americans Aren’t Getting Adequate Care—Even With Paid Caregivers or Grown Children
Paola Scommegna, Morgan Sherburne
Half of older parents who need daily care at home have unmet needs, and those with stepchildren are less likely to get help from their kids. Other at-risk groups include those with in-home caregivers or dementia, new studies show.

Life Expectancy Is Increasingly Tied to a State’s Policy Leanings
Paola Scommegna, Matthew Martinez, Lillian Kilduff
People in U.S. states with more liberal policies can expect to live longer than their peers in states with more conservative policies, thanks in part to laws on minimum wages, tobacco taxes, gun safety, and the environment, according to new research.

Minding Memory Podcast


Minding Memory is co-hosted by Matthew Davis and Donovan Maust. In the podcast, they discuss topics related to dementia research and invite researchers on to discuss their interesting work to give you a glimpse at the questions, data, and methods moving the field forward. The Minding Memory podcast is part of the Center to Accelerate Population Research in Alzheimer’s (CAPRA).
 
Minding Memory, Michigan Medicine Podcast Network
Gateway to Global Aging Data

Gateway Long-Term Care Seminar Series

CAPRA and Gateway to Global Aging are organizing a monthly virtual seminar series on long-term care, services, and policy. These will be held Monthly on the 3rd Thursday, starting January 19, 2023.
Full schedule | Register to attend

 

In the Media


In the Changing America section of The Hill, Courtney Polenick, an affiliate of MiCDA, discussed the results of a new poll carried out by the University of Michigan with support from AARP. 
 
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Calls for Pilot Project Proposals, Applications, and Abstracts


The USC/UCLA CBPH invites interested investigators to submit proposals for twelve month pilot research projects. Proposals are due March 1, 2030 and projects will begin on July 1st, 2023 and end on June 30th, 2024.

CeASES ADRD announce the 2023/2024 Request for Application for the Center for Advancing Sociodemographic and Economic Study of Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias (CeASES ADRD) pilot program. Proposals are due February 3, 2023.
 
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