Featured News and Research Highlights

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March 20, 2023

New Data Release from Add Health

Wave I & II School District Grouping Data To facilitate clustering by school district, the school district identifiers comprising this file are based on the Local education agency identification numbers (LEAID) of the school districts in which the Wave I school, Wave I residence, and Wave II residence were situated....
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February 28, 2023

Panel: The National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health (Add Health) an Introduction to Analysis of Innovative and Sensitive Information within a Secured Computing Environment

Add Health Director, Dr. Robert Hummer, will participate in the Center For Studies in Demography & Ecology (CSDE) Seminar series on Friday, March 3rd at 12:30 PM PT. In addition to Dr. Hummer, this expert panel includes Professor Luciana (Lucy) Hebert (WSU) and Dr. Phil Hurvitz (CSDE), who will introduce...
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February 21, 2023

New Data Release from Add Health

The following data are now available to Add Health contract researchers.  Historical Neighborhood RedliningThis contextual database allows researchers to identify potential long-term consequences of redlining for contemporary inequities in neighborhood environments, and individual health and socioeconomic attainment over the life course. N=20,706Waves III - V Multi-year Air Pollution Exposure EstimatesThe...
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February 13, 2023

Warts and all: successes and failures in population health grant writing

Former Add Health Director, Dr. Kathleen Mullan Harris, will join panelists to speak at the Interdisciplinary Association of Population Health (IAPHS) webinar, “Warts and All: Successes and Failures in Population Health Grant Writing,” on Thursday, February 16th from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm EDT. In this webinar, esteemed panelists (all...
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