Dr. Zimmer presented the paper "Socio-economic Correlates of Life Expected in Degrees of Frailty" at the 2019 REVES Conference held in Barcelona, Spain from May 29-31, 2019 at UPF Barcelona. The objective of this paper is to examine transitions in frailty and compute life expected across degrees of frailty by socio-demographic characteristics commonly found to … Continue reading Presentation at REVES 2019
On May 22, Dr. Zimmer presented a seminar, "A Demographic Look at Pain," at Mahidol University's Institute for Population and Social Research. The presentation covered trends in pain prevalence using data from the Health and Retirement Study.
On August 6, 2018, Dr. Zimmer led a workshop entitled "Introduction to Using Multilevel Models for Contextual Cross-Sectional Research" at the Centre for Ageing Research and Education (CARE) Duke-NUS Medical School Singapore. This workshop provided introductory instructions on running multilevel models in Stata and interpreting their results.
The "REVES@30 : Past, Present, and Future Trends in Population Health" site is now live as part of the Global Aging and Community website. The conference is organized by Dr. Zachary Zimmer and Dr. Mary Beth Ofstedal, and will be held in Ann Arbor, Michigan from May 30-June 1, 2018.
This summer, Dr. Zimmer joined a global network of migration and health scholars as part of the Migration Health and Development Research Initiative. Check out his MHADRI Profile located on the Network Member Portal.
We seek a dynamic individual with an interest in conducting research related to religiosity as a determinant of health and a mediating factor in the frailty-mortality association. This position is jointly funded by the Geriatric Medicine Research (GMR), based at Dalhousie University/Nova Scotia Health Authority, under the direction of Dr. Kenneth Rockwood and Dr. Olga … Continue reading Postdoctoral Research Associate opportunity at MSVU
The mission of the Global Aging & Community Initiative according to its director, Dr. Zachary Zimmer (recorded on October 14, 2016 at the MSVU Canada Research Chair welcome reception). Visit our About Us section to hear more about Dr. Zimmer's research.