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HRS Co-Investigators

Photo of Charles C. Brown Photo of Eileen Crimmins Photo of Michael D. Hurd Photo of Sharon L.R. Kardia Photo of Kenneth M. Langa Photo of Helen Levy Photo of John J. McArdle
Charles C. Brown Eileen M. Crimmins Michael D. Hurd Sharon L.R. Kardia Kenneth M. Langa Helen G. Levy John J. McArdle
 
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Kathleen McGarry Olivia S. Mitchell Mary Beth Ofstedal Jacqui Smith Robert B. Wallace David R. Weir Robert J. Willis
 

HRS Steering Committee

The Steering Committee is charged with providing timely advice to the PI about all relevant matters of concern to HRS. This includes laying out tasks to be performed by the expert working groups, monitoring progress of the study, and making recommendations about sample design, survey content and operational procedures. This committee meets formally once a year with the Principal and Co-Investigators.

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Andrew Caplin Alan Gustman Robert Hauser John C. Henretta In Memoriam
F. Thomas Juster
HRS Founding Director
Willard Rodgers Beth J. Soldo Thomas Steinmeier

NIA's HRS Monitoring Committee

The NIA's HRS Monitoring Committee is an advisory group comprised of independent members of the academic research community as well as representatives of agencies interested in the study. This committee provides advice and recommendations to the NIA Program Officer. The structure of the Monitoring Committee allows and encourages the coordination of federal statistical operations, which increases the value of the study to both federal and research communities. One result of the unique configuration of the Data Monitoring and Design Committee has been much needed support in terms of assistance with the administrative linkages efforts of the study, and the provision of recommendations for substantial additional funding.

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