The final agenda for the 2022 Add Health Users Conference is now available.
The conference program features over 40 presentations by investigators who are conducting research on the health and well-being of adolescents and adults using Add Health data. In addition, methodology sessions will be offered providing in-depth information on contextual data within Add Health, racial inequalities, cognitive function, genomics, biological data, and how best to use and analyze the Add Health data sets.
The principal goal of the conference is to give researchers who are working with data from Add Health an opportunity to share research goals, experiences, and results. It will also provide an opportunity for those interested in working with the data to learn how they are currently being used by others.
The conference is being co-sponsored by the National Institute of Aging, NIH; the Add Health Study at the Carolina Population Center, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. For more information, visit the conference website.