GRASP is an online resource for statisticians and methodologists working in gerontological research. There are three main components to GRASP, as explained below. Once you have created an account and haved signed in, you may visit any of these components by clicking its link at the top of this page.
The main site, the wiki and the forum are integrated, so the account you set up for GRASP should be recognized by each of the other two components. Links are set up in all three components to allow you to navigate between them any way you like.
Please note: You must be signed in to visit the explorer, wiki or forum; or to upload a submission to GRASP. You may easily set up a new account: just follow the sign in link at the upper right. All you need is an email address.
An Internet resource development project of the Claude D. Pepper Older Americans Independence Centers at Yale University, Duke University and Wake Forest University.
The Yale Team
Heather G. Allore, Ph.D (PI)
Terrence E. Murphy, Ph.D.
Peter A. Charpentier, M.P.H.
Geraldine Hawthorne-Jones, B.S.
The Wake Forest Team
Xiaoyan "Iris" Leng, M.D., Ph.D.
Edward Ip, Ph.D.
Janet Tooze, Ph.D., M.P.H.
Qiang "Peter" Zhang, M.E., M.S., M.A.
Laney Sims Light, M.S.
The Duke Team
Harvey Jay Cohen, M.D.
Carl F. Pieper, Ph.D.
Lawrence R. Landerman, Ph.D.
Richard J. Sloan, M.P.H.
Irvin S. Eisen, B.S.
Elizabeth Hauser, Ph.D.
Sarah Nelson, B.S.
Beth Rusnak, M.A.
|Copyright © 2009 by Yale University and the Claude D. Pepper Older Americans Independence Center at Yale
GRASP is funded by the National Institute on Aging, Award P30-AG-21342-06S1 (Mary E. Tinetti, Principal Investigator)