This network brings together investigators from longitudinal studies of aging in the U.S. that are sponsored by the National Institute on Aging. Meetings have a methodological focus, addressing topics related to data collection protocols as well as measurement issues with broad applicability. Ten studies form the network:
Since 2015, the Network has held an annual meeting, rotating between Ann Arbor and Washington, DC. Presentations have focused, for example, on approaches to holding down survey costs in the context of declining response rates, data linkages as a means of augmenting survey data, and the use of the web for collecting survey data.
For more information about the Longitudinal Studies on Aging in the U.S. Network, contact David Johnson email@example.com.