On February 12, 2021, CDHA hosted Integrating Biological and Social Science into Health and Aging Research, a virtual methods workshop. The event is part of the series Advances in New Data & Big Data for Aging Research, co-sponsored by P30 aging centers, and will feature presentations by Steve Cole (UCLA), Lauren Gaydosh (UT Austin), Lauren Schmitz (UW–Madison), Sam Trejo (UW–Madison), Elliot Tucker-Drob (UT Austin), and Patrick Turley (USC).
The event is co-sponsored by the Center for Aging and Policy Studies (SU/CU/UA), Center for Advancing Sociodemographic and Economic Study of Alzheimer’s Disease (USC/Stanford/UT Austin), Center on Aging & Population Sciences (UT Austin), and the UW Initiative in Social Genomics.
Welcome and Introductory Remarks by Jason Fletcher (UW–Madison)
University of Southern California/University of California Los Angeles
"Social Regulation of Human Gene Expression"
University of Southern California
"The Traces of Assortative Mating on the Human Genome Reflect Human Behavior and Social Preferences"
University of Texas at Austin
"Aging Across the Life Course: Lessons from Add Health"
"Integrating Genomic and Epigenomic Data into Population Research to Illuminate Social Pathways of Aging"