FROM THE SYNERGIES IN LONGITUDINAL STUDIES CONFERENCE
Hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Institute on Aging Oct. 24, 2022 in Madison, WI
This event showcased highly-visible and widely used, multi-year studies being conducted at UW–Madison. Presentations focused on how combining data from these studies can help address important societal challenges, such as health inequalities.
Prepandemic Psychophysiological Measures of Prolonged Positive Emotional Responses are Associated with Better Mental Health during the COVID-19 Pandemic - Stacey M. Schaefer - https://youtu.be/clb5EFAFKOQ
FROM THE MIDUS GENE EXPRESSION WORKSHOP
Dr. Steve Cole, Ph.D, UCLA School of Medicine
Madison, Wisconsin - August 10-11, 2021
Steve Cole explores gene expression profiling in the context of social and behavioral research through these 4 videos
Topics in this video: conceptual background, rationale, and considerations around RNA sampling strategy
Topics in this video: RNA extraction and quality assurance, gene expression profiling assays, and detection of differentially expressed genes
Topics in this video: data analysis of social genomics
Topics in this video: statistical testing for gene list analysis and painful lessons he has learned.