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Key Publications

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  • Prediction of dementia risk in low-income and middle-income countries (the 10/66 Study), Stephan, B., Pakpahan, E., Siervo, M., Licher, S., Muniz-Terrera, G., Mohan, D., Acosta, D., Rodriguez Pichardo, G., Sosa, A., Acosta, I., Llibre-Rodriguez, J., Prince, M., Robinson, L., Prina, M. 1 Apr 2020, In: The Lancet Global Health
  • Factors associated with change in self-reported physical activity in the very old, Granic, A., Davies, K., Dodds, R., Duncan, R., Uwimpuhwe, G., Pakpahan, E., Robinson, S., Sayer, A. 16 Jul 2019, In: PLoS One
  • The reciprocal relationship between material factors and health in the life course, Hoffmann, R., Kröger, H., Pakpahan, E. 1 Dec 2018, In: European Journal of Ageing
  • Health inequalities and the interplay of socioeconomic factors and health in the life course, Hoffmann, R., Kröger, H., Pakpahan, E. 31 Mar 2018, The Palgrave Handbook of Biology and Society, London, Palgrave
  • The long arm of childhood circumstances on health in old age, Pakpahan, E., Hoffmann, R., Kröger, H. 1 Mar 2017, In: Advances in Life Course Research
  • Statistical methods for causal analysis in life course research, Pakpahan, E., Hoffmann, R., Kröger, H. 2 Jan 2017, In: International Journal of Social Research Methodology
  • Consequences of measurement error for inference in cross-lagged panel design-the example of the reciprocal causal relationship between subjective health and socio-economic status, Kröger, H., Hoffmann, R., Pakpahan, E. 1 Feb 2016, In: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A: Statistics in Society
  • Identification of causal effects in linear models, Stanghellini, E., Pakpahan, E. 1 Sep 2015, In: Test
  • What causes health inequality?, Kröger, H., Pakpahan, E., Hoffmann, R. Dec 2015, In: European Journal of Public Health


  • PhD December 11 2012
  • Fellow Society for Longitudinal & Life Course Studies (SLLS) 2013
  • Fellow Royal Statistical Society (RSS) 2013

Research Themes and Scholarly Interests

Mixed effect model and longitudinal data analysis
Graphical model and multivariate analysis
Life-course models in aging
Epidemiology and Public Health

In collaboration with colleagues from Newcastle and Nottingham, among others, we are developing the risk prediction model of dementia in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC).

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