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Name of Funded Study:Detroit Neighborhood Health Study
PhenX Protocols: Current Age(PX10101)
Current Marital Status(PX10901)
Current Educational Attainment(PX11001)
Current Employment Status(PX11301)
Tobacco - 30-Day Quantity and Frequency - Adolescent(PX30801)
Substances - Lifetime Use(PX31101)
Family History of Heart Attack(PX40101)
Current Quality of Life(PX180301)
Study Acronym:DNHS
Principal Investigator:Allison E. Aiello, PhD, MS
Primary Contact Name:Helen Meier
Primary Contact Email:hspink@umich.edu
Number Participants: 500-1000
Grant Number:
Study Stage: Data analysis
Primary Research Focus: The Detroit Neighborhood Health Study (DNHS) is a prospective, representative longitudinal cohort study of predominantly African American adults living in Detroit, Michigan. The overall goal of the DNHS is to identify how genetic variation, lifetime experience of stressful and traumatic events, and features of the neighborhood environment predict psychopathology and behavior.
Study Design: Cohort (Prospective)
Funding Period:2007-2012
Registration Date:06-AUG-13