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Dr. Dudley Lamming, PhD, focuses his research on the regulation of metabolic health and aging through diet. He wants to find new ways to promote health and longevity and has used novel translational methods with …November 15, 2022
Amy Schultz, associate director of SHOW, has been with the program since 2013. In her current role, she says she sees herself primarily as a health survey research leader but tends to wear many hats …June 27, 2022
Dr. Jessica Cao is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Population Health Sciences at the University of Wisconsin – Madison’s School of Medicine and Public Health. She joined the UW in September 2020 and …April 25, 2022
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Dillard, L., E. Nelson-Bakkum, M. Walsh, and A. Schultz. Self-Reported Hearing Loss Is Associated With Poorer Perceived Health Care Access, Timeliness, Satisfaction, and Quality: Findings from the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin. 2023.
Jain, R., J. Davidson, P. Gonzalez, C. Coe, C. King, C. Ryff, A. Bersch, S. Mohsin, G. Love, F. Nimityongskul, K. Malecki, and J. Simcox. Identification of Novel Plasma Lipid Markers of Cardiovascular Disease Risk in White and Black women. 2022.