Student has been selected by the Society of Epidemiologic Research to present

Mar 19, 2019

Society of Epidemiologic Research

University Michigan graduate student, Alexis Reeves was selected by the Society of Epidemiologic Research (SER) to present “Racial/Ethnic Differences in Reproductive Aging and Onset of Cardio-metabolic Risk in the Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation: Methodological Challenges in Aging Cohorts” as part of the 2019 SER Student Workshop, June 18, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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recent articles…

SWAN Featured in NIA News

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The NIA News released a health article entitled, “Four studies explore women’s brain and heart health during midlife.”

SWAN Featured in NBC News

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The NBC News released a health article entitled, “Prescription sleep pills not likely to help women in long run, study finds.”

SWAN Featured in the Washington Post

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