Session 124:
Collection and Methods for Analysis of Biomarker Data for Demographic Studies

Friday, March 31
2:30 PM - 4:20 PM
Santa Barbara A
Lobby Level

Chair: Douglas Ewbank, University of Pennsylvania
Discussant: Eileen Crimmins, University of Southern California

  1. What a Drop Can Do: Expanding Options for the Analysis of Blood-Based Biomarkers in Population-level Health ResearchThomas W McDade, Northwestern University; Sharon R Williams, University of Chicago; James J Snodgrass, University of Oregon

  2. Health Status of Filipino Children: Biologic and Subjective Measures Used in the Quality Improvement Demonstration StudyJohn Peabody, University of California, San Francisco; Orville Solon, University of the Philippines; Stella Quimbo, University of the Philippines; Elizabeth Butrick, University of California, San Francisco

  3. Measuring Indoor Air Pollution and Lung Functioning in Indian Field SettingsReeve Vanneman, University of Maryland; Kalpana Balakrishnan, Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute; Douglas Barnes, World Bank Group; Kyra Naumoff, University of California, Berkeley; Kirk Smith, University of California, Berkeley; R Uma, Tata Energy Research Institute

  4. Evaluation of Dried Blood Spots Collected by Non-medically Trained Interviewers: Number, Size and Quality of SpotsSharon R Williams, University of Chicago; Stacy Lindau, University of Chicago; Thomas W McDade, Northwestern University

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