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Research Expertise & Professional Interests Jennifer Weuve, MPH, ScD is an Associate Professor in the Department of Epidemiology of the Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH). In her research, she pursues answers to questions in two major realms of human health: (1) the forces that accelerate the aging of the brain and body, and (2) the health effects of being exposed to environmental toxicants. Underlying all of her research is a foundation in epidemiologic methods. Dr. Weuve is PI or co-investigator of several projects that encompass both of these realms. For example, she is PI of two NIH-funded epidemiologic studies of air pollution and dementia risk.  The first study, the Air-Noise-Dementia Study (ANDS) examines the hypothesis that long-term exposure to air pollution and noise from the community affect brain changes that we can see on magnetic resonance images (MRI) and, ultimately, the development of dementia.  The second study is entitled “Air Pollution and Alzheimer's Dementia: Neuropathologic and Olfactory Mechanisms in Multi-Ethnic Longitudinal Cohorts Dementia” (AERONoSE).  With engagement of a cross-disciplinary team including Dr. Jayant Pinto (University of Chicago), this study evaluates olfactory pathways linking air pollution exposure to dementia risk. With other co-PIs, Dr. Weuve is validating a portable XRF instrument for quantifying lead in bone and mercury and manganese in toe nail (NIEHS). Such an instrument potentially could be used in large-scale investigations into the health effects of cumulative exposures to these metals. Dr. Weuve is a member of the editorial board of EPIDEMIOLOGY. She is also Co-Director of the international initiative, MEthods in LOngitudinal research on DEMentia (MELODEM) and PI of the NIH grant that supports it. Dr. Weuve earned degrees in epidemiology at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health (MPH) and the T.H. Chan Harvard School of Public Health (ScD), and held a post-doctoral fellowship in environmental health at the T.H. Chan Harvard School of Public Health. Prior to joining BUSPH, she was on the faculty of the Rush Institute for Healthy Aging in Chicago.
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Concept Frontotemporal Dementia
Academic Article The role of peripheral inflammatory markers in dementia and Alzheimer''s disease: a meta-analysis.
Academic Article The red cell distribution width and anemia in association with prevalent dementia.
Academic Article Invited commentary: how exposure to air pollution may shape dementia risk, and what epidemiology can say about it.
Academic Article Estimating the cognitive effects of prevalent diabetes, recent onset diabetes, and the duration of diabetes among older adults.
Academic Article Postmenopausal hormone therapy is not associated with risk of all-cause dementia and Alzheimer''s disease.
Academic Article Statins, cognition, and dementia—systematic review and methodological commentary.
Academic Article Cognitive impairment 18 years before clinical diagnosis of Alzheimer disease dementia.
Academic Article Exposure to air pollution as a potential contributor to cognitive function, cognitive decline, brain imaging, and dementia: A systematic review of epidemiologic research.
Academic Article Late-life Cognitive Activity and Dementia: A Systematic Review and Bias Analysis.
Academic Article A Cognitive Turning Point in Development of Clinical Alzheimer''s Disease Dementia and Mild Cognitive Impairment: A Biracial Population Study.
Academic Article Guidelines for reporting methodological challenges and evaluating potential bias in dementia research.
Academic Article Cognitive Aging in Black and White Americans: Cognition, Cognitive Decline, and Incidence of Alzheimer Disease Dementia.
Academic Article A selenium species in cerebrospinal fluid predicts conversion to Alzheimer''s dementia in persons with mild cognitive impairment.
Academic Article Blood pressure and risk of incident Alzheimer''s disease dementia by antihypertensive medications and APOE e4 allele.
Academic Article Brain Exercise and Brain Outcomes: Does Cognitive Activity Really Work to Maintain Your Brain?
Academic Article Antecedents and consequences of unawareness of memory impairment in dementia.
Academic Article Prevalence and incidence of clinically diagnosed Alzheimer''s disease dementia from 1994 to 2012 in a population study.
Academic Article Temporal changes in the likelihood of dementia and MCI over 18 years in a population sample.
Grant Methods in Longitudinal Dementia (MELODEM) Initiative
Academic Article Are we ready to call exposure to air pollution a risk factor for dementia?

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