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Baltimore Experience Corps Study
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Goals and Progress
Projects and Cores
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Key Personnel

Core A (Administrative)
Principal Investigator: George Rebok
Project Manager: Katherine Giuriceo
Experience Corps Program Director:  Sylvia McGill (GHCC)
Asst. Director of Operations: Paul Willging
Budget Analyst: Kiana Jones
Administrative Coordinator: Pam Shepherd

Core B (Recruitment and Retention)
Director: Elizabeth Tanner
Co-director: Erwin Tan
Project Coordinator: Marines Terreforte

Core C (Data Collection)
Director: Rachel Piferi
Evaluator: Faith Nufer
Evaluator: Susan Earle

Core D (Data Management and Analysis)
Director: Qian-Li Xue
Co-Director: Qilu Yu
Co-Director: Bobbi Scherer
Data Analyst: Tao Wang
Database Manager: Long He

Program Operations (GHCC)
Experience Corps Program Director: Sylvia McGill
Associate Director: Debbie Stiller
Trainer: Rhoda Jones
Field Manager: Sherry Senter
Field Manager: Brandi Roberts

Project 1 (Older Adult Outcomes)
Principal Investigator: Linda Fried

Project 2 (Children and School Outcomes)
Principal Investigator: George Rebok

Project 3 (Older Adults Neurocognitive Outcomes)
Principal Investigator: Michelle Carlson
Brian Health Sub-study Research Assistant: Vijay Varma

Project 4 (Older Adults Psychosocial Outcomes)
Principal Investigator: Teresa Seeman

Project 5 (Societal Cost-Benefit)
Principal Investigator: Kevin Frick

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In the News

Dr.  Bandeen-Roche and colleagues found that 15% of older Americans are frail, and 45% are prefrail, in a large nationally representative study.

Dr. Frank Lin was awarded an NIH grant to develop and implement a community health worker model for providing hearing care to older adults.

Dr. Roth and colleagues showed that providing care to a family member with a chronic illness or disability may be associated with modest survival benefit for the caregivers in the REGARDS study.

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FEATURED

The Epidemiology and Biostatistics of Aging Training Program is currently seeking a postdoctoral fellow. Applications are due by May 12, 2016. Please click here for more information.

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