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      Dana Glei has a PhD in sociology with a specialization in demography from Princeton University. She has been doing research consulting since 1996 and has worked with researchers in demography, epidemiology, public health, medicine, sociology, psychology, and economics. Working from her home in Santa Rosa, CA, Dana assists clients with social, demographic, and health research including locating data sources, formulating a research plan, identifying appropriate methods, performing statistical programming, analyzing the data, and reporting results. In addition to a strong background in research design and quantitative methodology, Dana has extensive experience doing statistical programming and data analysis.

Examples of prior consulting engagements:

  • Developed an innovative method for calculating deaths attributable to smoking in high-income countries (collaboration with researcher at University of Pennsylvania; the work was published by the National Academy of Sciences).

  • Investigated the antecedents, correlates, and consequences of changes in biological measures and health among the elderly in Taiwan (collaboration with researchers at Princeton University and Georgetown University on an NIH-funded project).

  • Analyzed data from the Current Population Survey regarding the sociodemographic profile of employees in the food services industry for the National Restaurant Association.

  • Calculated patterns of teen sexual activity and contraceptive use based on a national survey and combined those results with population estimates in order to project the number of teen pregnancies averted due to contraceptive use for a study funded by the California Wellness Foundation.

Background

      After finishing her master’s degree at the University of Virginia in 1993, Dana started her research career as an analyst at Child Trends, a think tank in Washington, DC, that specializes in policy-related research on children and families. In 1996, she moved to the San Francisco Bay area where she worked as a SAS programmer and senior analyst in the Division of Research at Kaiser Permanente until returning to graduate school to complete her PhD. She returned to the East Coast in order to receive training in demography at Princeton University’s Office of Population Research. While at Princeton, she collaborated with faculty members on various research projects and served as a teaching assistant for an undergraduate research methods course and a graduate level seminar on empirical research. Apart from research, her other interests include volunteering in the rehab hospital at the Bird Rescue Center, gardening with native and habitat plants, cycling, hiking, playing volleyball, cross-country skiing, contra dancing, and reading for pleasure.

Expertise

Statistical Software Experience

  • Stata
  • SAS
  • SPSS
  • R/S-Plus
  • MLwiN
  • Bayesian Inference Using the Gibbs Sampler (BUGS)

Methodological Training

  • Demographic Methods
    Life tables
    Population projection
    Parametric and non-parametric hazards models

  • Generalized Linear Models
    Linear and Poisson regression
    Logit, probit, and multinomial logit models
    Log-linear models
    Survival (or event history) analysis

  • Econometrics
    Fixed effects models
    Instrumental variables and simultaneous equation modeling
    Time series methods

  • Multilevel Modeling (Hierarchical Linear Models)
    Random intercept (or variance-component) models
    Random slope models (including growth curve analysis)

Database Experience

  • Costa Rican Longevity and Health Aging Study
    (Costa Rica Estudio de Longevidad y Envejecimiento Saludable or CRELES)
  • Current Population Survey (CPS)
  • Demographic and Health Survey (DHS)
  • English Longitudinal Study of Aging (ELSA)
  • General Social Survey (GSS)
  • Guatemalan Survey of Family Health
    (Encuesta Guatemalteca de Salud Familiar or EGSF)
  • Human Mortality Database (HMD)
  • Midlife in the United States (MIDUS)
  • National Educational Longitudinal Survey (NELS)
  • National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES)
  • National Health Interview Survey (NHIS)
  • National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY)
  • National Survey of Children (NSC)
  • National Survey of Families and Households (NSFH)
  • National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG)
  • Social Environment and Biomarkers of Aging Study (SEBAS)
  • Taiwan Longitudinal Survey of Aging (TLSA)
  • WHO Mortality Database

Publications

Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, M. Weinstein. (Forthcoming). Health as Reflected by Biomarkers in Older Populations. Chapter in: Demographic Studies on Survival and Health. Springer-Max Planck Series. Heidelberg: Springer Dordrecht.

Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, M. Weinstein, R.A. Risques. (2014). Shorter Ends, Faster End? Leukocyte Telomere Length and Mortality among Older Taiwanese. Journal of Gerontology: Biological Sciences. doi: 10.1093/Gerona/glu191 [PDF]

Cornman, J.C., D.A. Glei, N. Goldman, M-C. Chang, H-S. Lin, Y-L. Chuang, B-S. Hurng, Y-H. Lin, S-H. Lin, I-W. Liu, H-Y. Liu, M. Weinstein. (2014). Cohort Profile: The Social Environment and Biomarkers of Aging Study (SEBAS) in Taiwan. International Journal of Epidemiology. doi: 10.1093/ije/dyu179 [PDF]

Lee, C., G. Rodríguez, D.A. Glei, M. Weinstein, N. Goldman. (2014). Increases in Blood Glucose in Older Adults: The Effects of Spousal Health. Journal of Aging and Health 26:952-968. doi: 10.1177/0898264314534894 [PDF]

Cornman, J.C., D.A. Glei, N. Goldman, C. Ryff, M. Weinstein. (2014). Socioeconomic Status and Biological Markers of Health: An Examination of Adults in the United States and Taiwan. Journal of Aging & Health. doi: 10.1177/0898264314538661 [PDF]

Vasunilashorn, S., S.M. Lynch, D.A. Glei, M. Weinstein, N. Goldman. (2014). Exposure to Stressors and Trajectories of Perceived Stress Among Older Adults. Journal of Gerontology: Social Science. doi: 10.1093/geronb/gbu065 [ Abstract | PDF | Supplementary Material ]

Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, G. Rodríguez, M. Weinstein. (2014). Beyond Self Reports: Changes in Biomarkers as Predictors of Mortality. Population and Development Review. 40(2):331-360. [ Abstract | PDF | Supplementary Material ]

Goldman, N., D.A. Glei, L. Rosero-Bixby, S-T. Chiou, M. Weinstein. (2014). Performance-Based Measures of Physical Function as Mortality Predictors: Incremental Value Beyond Self-Reports. Demographic Research 30(7):227-252. [PDF]

Lee, C., D.A. Glei, M. Weinstein, N. Goldman. (2014). Death of a Child and Parental Wellbeing in Old Age: Evidence from Taiwan. Social Science and Medicine. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2013.08.007 [PDF]

Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, I-W. Liu, M. Weinstein. (2013). Sex differences in trajectories of depressive symptoms among older Taiwanese: the contribution of selected stressors and social factors. Aging & Mental Health 17(6):773-83. doi: 10.1080/13607863.2013.781119 [PDF]

Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, V.M. Shkolnikov, D. Jdanov, M. Shkolnikov, J.W. Vaupel, M. Weinstein. (2013). Perceived Stress and Biological Risk: Is the Link stronger in Russians than in Taiwanese and Americans? Stress 16(4):411-20. doi:10.3109/10253890.2013.789015 [PDF]

Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, C-H. Wu, M. Weinstein. (2013). Does Exposure to Stressors Predict Changes in Physiological Dysregulation? Annals of Behavioral Medicine 46(1):121-126. doi: 10.1007/s12160-013-9485-7 [PDF]

Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, V.M. Shkolnikov, D. Jdanov, S. Shalnova, M. Shkolnikova, M. Weinstein. (2013). To What Extent Do Biomarkers Account for the Large Social Disparities in Health in Moscow? Social Science and Medicine 77:164-172. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2012.11.022 [PDF]

Swann, J., K. Spagou, M. Lewis, J. Nicholson, D. Glei, T. Seeman, C. Coe, N. Goldman, C. Ryff, M. Weinstein, E. Holmes. (2013). Microbial-Mammalian Co-Metabolites Dominate the Age-Associated Urinary Metabolic Phenotype in Taiwanese and American Populations. Journal of Proteome Research 12:3166-3180. doi: 10.1021/pr4000152 [PDF]

Vasunilashorn, S., D. A. Glei, Y.H. Lin, N. Goldman. (2013). Apolipoprotein E and Measured Physical and Pulmonary Function in Older Taiwanese Adults. Biodemography and Social Biology 59(1):57-67. doi: 10.1080/19485565.2013.778703 [PDF]

Vasunilashorn, S., D.A. Glei, M. Weinstein, N. Goldman. (2013). Perceived Stress and Mortality in a Taiwanese Older Adult Population. Stress 16(6):600-06. doi: 10.3109/10253890.2013.823943. [PDF]

Weinstein, M., D.A. Glei, N. Goldman. (Forthcoming). The Loyal Opposition: A Commentary on "Opportunities and Challenges in the Study of Biosocial Dynamics in Health Aging." Ch. 7 in: L.J. Waite (ed). Perspectives on the Future of the Sociology of Aging. Panel on New Directions in Social Demography, Social Epidemiology, and the Sociology of Aging. National Research Council, Committee on Population, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. [PDF]

Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, Y.H. Lin, M. Weinstein. (2012). Relaxation Practice and Physiological Regulation in a National Sample of Older Taiwanese. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 18(7):653-661. doi: 10.1089/acm.2010.0598 [PDF]

Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, C.D. Ryff, Y.H. Lin, M. Weinstein. (2012). Social Relationships and Inflammatory Markers: An Analysis of Taiwan and the U.S. Social Science and Medicine 74:1891-1899. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2012.02.020 [PDF]

Cornman, J.C., N. Goldman, A.L. Collins, D. Glei, B.S. Hurng, M. Weinstein. (2012). Do Adults Adjust Their Socioeconomic Status Identity in Later Life? Ageing & Society. 32:616-633. doi: 10.1017/S0144686X11000432 [PDF]

Chang M.C., H.S. Lin, Y-L. Chuang, N. Goldman, C.E. Peterson, D.A. Glei, M. Weinstein, B.S. Hurng, Y.H. Lin, S.H. Lin, I.W. Liu, H.Y. Liu, S.J. Lin, C.M. Wu, M.L. Hsiao, S.I. Wu. (2012). Social Environment and Biomarkers of Aging Study (SEBAS) in Taiwan, 2000 and 2006: main documentation for SEBAS longitudinal public use data (released 2012). ICPSR03792-v5. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research. www.icpsr.umich.edu/icpsrweb/ICPSR/studies/3792. doi: 10.3886/ICPS03792.v5 [PDF]

Vasunilashorn, S., D. A. Glei, C.Y. Lan, R. Brookmeyer, M. Weinstein, N. Goldman. (2011). Apolipoprotein E, Biomarkers, and Mortality in Taiwanese Older Adults. Atherosclerosis 219:349-354. doi: 10.1016/j.atherosclerosis.2011.07.100 [PDF]

Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, Y.H. Lin, M. Weinstein. (2011). Age-Related Changes in Biomarkers: Longitudinal Data from a Population-Based Sample. Research on Aging 33(3):312-326. doi: 10.1177/0164027511399105 [Abstract] [PDF]

Cornman, J.C., D. Glei, G. Rodríquez, N. Goldman, B.-S. Hurng, M. Weinstein. (2011). Demographic and socioeconomic status differences in perceptions of difficulty with mobility in late life. The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological and Social Sciences 66B(2):237-248. doi: 10.1093/geronb/gbq087. [HTML] [PDF]

Glei, D., M. Weinstein. (2010). Biomarkers in population-based studies. Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ) 182(18):1943-44. doi: 10.1503/cmaj.101429

Jdanov, D.A., Glei, D.A., D. Jasilionis. (2010). A Modeling Approach for Estimating Total Mortality for Italy During the First and Second World Wars. Genus 66(1):17-36.

Glei, D.A., F. Meslé, J. Vallin. (2010). Diverging Trends in Life Expectancy at Age 50: A Look at Causes of Death. In: E.M. Crimmins, S.H. Preston, B. Cohen (eds). International Differences in Mortality at Older Ages: Dimensions and Sources. National Research Council, Committee on Population, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. [PDF]

Preston, S.H., D.A. Glei, J.R. Wilmoth. (2010). Contribution of Smoking to International Differences in Life Expectancy. In: E.M. Crimmins, S.H. Preston, B. Cohen (eds). International Differences in Mortality at Older Ages: Dimensions and Sources. National Research Council, Committee on Population, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. [PDF]

Goldman, N., D. Glei, Y.-H. Lin, M. Weinstein. (2010). The Serotonin Transporter Polymorphism (5-HTTLPR): Allelic Variation and Links with Depressive Symptoms. Depression and Anxiety 27(3):260-269. [HTML] [PDF]

Preston, S. H., D.A. Glei, J.R. Wilmoth. (2010). A New Method for Estimating Smoking-Attributable Mortality in High-Income Countries. International Journal of Epidemiology 39(2):430-438. [HTML] [PDF]

Collins, A.L., D.A. Glei, N. Goldman. (2009). The Role of Life Satisfaction and Depressive Symptoms in All-cause Mortality. Psychology and Aging 24(3):696-702. [HTML] [PDF]

Goldman, N., D.A. Glei, Y.H. Lin, M. Weinstein. (2009). Improving Mortality Prediction Using Biosocial Surveys. American Journal of Epidemiology 169(6): 769-779. [PDF]

Canudas-Romo, V., D. Glei, R. Gómez-Redondo, E. Coelho, C. Boe. (2008). Mortality Changes in the Iberian Peninsula in the Last Decades of the Twentieth Century. Population 63(2): 319-344. [PDF]

Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, Y.-L. Chuang and M. Weinstein. (2007). Do Chronic Stressors Lead to Physiological Dysregulation? Testing the Theory of Allostatic Load. Psychosomatic Medicine 69: 769-776. [Abstract] [PDF]

Goldman, N. and D.A. Glei. (2007). Sex Differences in the Relationship between DHEAS and Health. Experimental Gerontology 42: 979-987. [PDF]

Glei, D.A., S. Horiuchi. (2007). The narrowing sex gap in life expectancy: effects of sex differences in the age pattern of mortality. Population Studies 61(2):141-159. [Abstract] [PDF]

Wilmoth, J.R., K. Andreev, D. Jdanov, D.A. Glei with the assistance of C. Boe, M. Bubenheim, D. Philipov, V. Shkolnikov, P. Vachon. (2007). Methods Protocol for the Human Mortality Database, Version 5. Available at www.mortality.org.

Goldman, N., C.M. Turra, D.A. Glei, Y.H. Lin, M. Weinstein. (2006). Physiological dysregulation and changes in health in an older population. Experimental Gerontology 41:862-870. [Abstract] [PDF]

Glei, D.A., M.-C. Chang, Y.-L. Chuang, Y.-H. Lin, S.H. Lin, I.W. Liu, H.-S. Lin, N. Goldman, M. Weinstein. (2006). Results from the Social Environment and Biomarkers of Aging Study (SEBAS) 2000: Survey Report (Chinese/English). Taiwan Aging Study Series No.9, May.

Yeager, D,M., D.A. Glei, M. Au, H.S. Lin, R.P. Sloan, and M. Weinstein. (2006). Religious involvement and health outcomes among older persons in Taiwan. Social Science and Medicine 63:2228-2241. [HTML] [PDF]

Goldman, N., C.M. Turra, D.A. Glei, C.L. Seplaki, Y.H., and M. Weinstein. (2006). Predicting Mortality from Clinical and Non-clinical Biomarkers. Journal of Gerontology:Medical Sciences 61(10):1070-1074. [PDF]

Glei, D.A. and N. Goldman. (2006). Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate (DHEAS) and Risk for Mortality Among Older Taiwanese. Annals of Epidemiology 16:510-515. [PDF]

Turra, C.M., Goldman, N., Seplaki, C.L., Glei, D.A., Lin, Y.H., and Weinstein, M. (2005). Determinants of Mortality at Older Ages: The Role of Biological Markers of Chronic Disease. Population and Development Review 31(4):675-698. [PDF]

Glei, D.A., S. Bruzzone, and G. Caselli. (2005). Effects of War Losses on Mortality Estimates for Italy: A First Attempt. Demographic Research 13(15):363-388. [PDF]

Goldman, N., D.A. Glei, C. Seplaki, I.-W. Liu, and M. Weinstein. (2005). Perceived Stress and Physiological Dysregulation. Stress 8(2):95-105. [Abstract]

Seplaki, C.L., Goldman, N., Glei, D.A., and Weinstein, M. (2005). A Comparative Analysis of Measurement Approaches for Physiological Dysregulation in an Older Population. Experimental Gerontology. 44(5):438-449. [PDF]

Glei, D.A., D.A. Landau, N. Goldman, Y.L. Chuang, G. Rodríquez, and M. Weinstein. (2005). Participating in Social Activities Helps Preserve Cognitive Function: An Analysis of a Longitudinal, Population-Based Study of the Elderly. International Journal of Epidemiology 34:864-71. [PDF]

Seeman, T., D.A. Glei, N. Goldman, M. Weinstein, B. Singer, Y-H. Lin. (2004). Social Relationships and Allostatic Load in Taiwanese Elderly and Near Elderly. Social Science and Medicine 59(11):2245-57. [PDF]

Weinstein, M., D.A. Glei, A. Yamazaki, C. Ming-Cheng. (2004). The Role of Intergenerational Relations in the Association Between Life Stressors and Depressive Symptoms. Research on Aging 26(5):511-30. [PDF]

Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, M. Weinstein, and I.W. Liu. (2004). Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate (DHEAS) and Health: Does the Relationship Differ by Sex? Experimental Gerontology 39:321-31. [PDF]

Goldman, N., D.A. Glei, and M.C. Chang. (2004). The Role of Clinical Risk Factors in Understanding Self-Rated Health. Annals of Epidemiology 14(1):49-57. [PDF]

Cornman, J.C., N. Goldman, D.A. Glei, M. Weinstein, and M.C. Chang. (2003). Social Ties and Perceived Support: Two Dimensions of Social Relationships and Health among the Elderly in Taiwan. Journal of Aging and Health 15(4):616-44. [PDF]

Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, and G. Rodríquez. (2003). Utilization of Care During Pregnancy in rural Guatemala: Does Obstetrical Need Matter? Social Science and Medicine 57(12):2447-63. [PDF]

Goldman, N. and D.A. Glei. (2003). Evaluation of Midwifery Care: Results from a Survey in Rural Guatemala. Social Science and Medicine 56(4):685-700. [PDF]

Moore, K.A., D.A. Glei, A.K. Driscoll, M.J. Zaslow, and Z. Redd. (2002). Poverty and Welfare Patterns: Implications for Children. Journal of Social Policy 31(2):207-227.

Garfinkel, I., D.A. Glei, and S.S. McLanahan. (2002). Assortative Mating Among Unmarried Parents: Implications for Child Support Enforcement. Journal of Population Economics 15:417-432.

Goldman, N., D.A. Glei, A. Pebley, and H. Delgado. (2001). Atención Prenatal en Guatemala Rural: Resultados de la Encuesta Guatemalteca de Salud Familiar. Guatemala City, Guatemala: Instituto de Nutrición de Centro América y Panamá (INCAP).

Glei, D.A. and N. Goldman. (2000). Understanding Ethnic Variation in Pregnancy-Related Health Care in Rural Guatemala. Ethnicity and Health 5(1):5-22.

Glei, D.A. (1999). Measuring Contraceptive Use Patterns Among Teen and Adult Women. Family Planning Perspectives 31(2):73-80.

Kahn, J.G., C.D. Brindis, and D.A. Glei. (1999). Pregnancies and Pregnancy Consequences Averted by the Use Of Contraceptives in U.S. and California Teens. Family Planning Perspectives 31(1):29-34.

Moore, K.A., J. Manlove, D.A. Glei, and D.R. Morrison. (1998). Non-Marital Childbearing: Family, Peer, and School Influences. Journal of Adolescent Research 13(4): 433-457.

Moore, K.A. and D.A. Glei. (1995). Taking the Plunge: An Examination of Positive Youth Development. Journal of Adolescent Research 10(1):15-40.

Moore, K.A., D.R. Morrison, and D.A. Glei. (1995). Welfare and Adolescent Sex: The Effects of Family History, Benefit Levels, and Community Context. Journal of Family and Economic Issues 16(2/3):207-237.

Zuckerman, B., K.A. Moore, and D.A. Glei. (1995). The Association Between Child Behavior Problems and Frequent Physician Visits. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 150(February):146-153.

Brody, G., K.A. Moore, and D.A. Glei. (1994). Family Processes During Adolescence as Predictors of Parent-Young Adult Attitude Similarity: A Six-Year Longitudinal Analysis. Family Relations 43:369-373.

Presentations

Goldman, N., D.A. Glei, L. Rosero-Bixby, S.-T. Chiou, M. Weinstein. (2013). Get a grip and don’t waste your breath: Grip strength and peak expiratory flow are strong predictors of mortality in older populations. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Population Association of America, New Orleans, April 11-13.

Glei, D.A., N. Goldman, V.M. Shkolnikov, D. Jdanov, S. Shalnova, M. Shkolnikova, J.W. Vaupel, M. Weinstein. (2012). To what extent do biological markers account for the large social disparities in health in Moscow? Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Population Association of America, San Francisco, May 3-5; and at the Shorenstein APARC Seminar, Stanford University, Palo Alto, April 9.

Glei, D.A., J. Vallin, F. Meslé. (2009, 2010). Diverging trends in life expectancy at age 50: A look at causes of death. Paper presented to: the Panel on Diverging Trends in Longevity in High-Income Countries, National Academy of Sciences, London, March 12-13, 2009; at the annual meetings of the Population Association of America, Dallas, April 15-17, 2010.

Goldman, N., D.A. Glei, Y.-H. Lin, M. Weinstein. (2009). The serotonin transporter polymorphism (5-HTTLPR): Allelic variation and links with depressive symptoms. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Population Association of America, Detroit, March 30-April 2.

Glei, D.A. (2009). Cause-of-death contributions to recent gains in e0 and narrowing of the sex gap among eight high-income countries. Paper presented at “Frontiers and Challenges in the Study of Human Longevity: The 2nd HMD Symposium”, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock, Germany, June 14-15.

Glei, D.A., S. Horiuchi. (2007). The narrowing sex gap in life expectancy: effects of sex differences in the age pattern of mortality. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Population Association of America, New York City, March 29-31.

Goldman, N., C. Turra, D. Glei, Y.H. Lin, M. Weinstein. (2006). Physiological Dysregulation and Changes in Health in an Older Population. Paper presented at the 2006 Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Los Angeles, March 30-April 2.

Glei, D.A. (2005). The Sex Gap in Mortality: Historical Patterns Across Twenty-Four Countries. Paper presented at the XXV International Population Conference, International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), Tours, France, July 18-23.

Glei, D.A., S. Bruzzone, and G. Caselli. (2004). Effects of War Losses on Mortality Estimates for Italy and France. Paper presented at “Human Mortality over Age, Time, Sex, and Place: The First HMD Symposium”, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock, Germany, June 18-19.

Goldman, N., D.A. Glei, and M.-C. Cheng. (2003). The Contribution of Biomarkers versus Self-Reported Measures for Understanding Self-Rated Health. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Population Association of America, Minneapolis, MN, May 1-3.

Glei, D.A. and N. Goldman. (1999). Understanding Ethnic Variation in Pregnancy-Related Care and Birth Outcomes in Rural Guatemala. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Population Association of America, New York, NY, March 25-27.

Robles, A., N. Goldman, and D.A. Glei. (1998). Variation in Birthweights Across Latin American Countries. Poster presentation at the annual meetings of the Population Association of America, Chicago, IL, April 1-4.

Glei, D.A., B.E. Swain, A. Ferrara, A.J. Karter, J.Y. Lui, and J.V. Selby. (1997). Race/Ethnic Differences in Short-Term Risk of Stroke Among Persons with Type II Diabetes Mellitus: Northern California Kaiser Permanente Diabetes Registry. Paper presented at the American Diabetic Association 57th Scientific Sessions, Boston, MA, June 21-24.



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  5985 San Aleso Court
  Santa Rosa, CA 95409-3912
  Phone: (707) 539-5592
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