Elsa S Strotmeyer, PhD, MPH
Associate Professor of Epidemiology
Co-Director, NIH/NIA T32 Epidemiology of Aging
University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health
I have expertise in the areas of aging epidemiology including diabetes complications, peripheral nerve and muscle function, fall injuries and mobility in older adults. My research focuses on metabolic risk factors and diabetes-related conditions in aging associated with neuromuscular declines in the etiology and outcomes of fall injuries, mobility, disability and mortality. I have pioneered the study of complex inter-relationships of peripheral nerves and musculoskeletal function in epidemiologic studies.
Technique Expertise or Resources to share
NIH/NIA T32 “Epidemiology of Aging Training Program”