Assistant Professor at University of California, San Diego - School of Medicine.
Dr. Aladdin H. Shadyab, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine. Dr. Shadyab’s research focuses on geriatrics, longevity, and aging. Dr. Shadyab has expertise in the health of older women and has authored more than 50 scientific publications on lifestyle and genetic factors associated with chronic diseases, successful aging, and longevity. Dr. Shadyab’s research has been extensively published in high-impact, prestigious journals including Annals of Internal Medicine, American Journal of Public Health, American Journal of Epidemiology, Diabetes Care, JAMA Network Open, European Heart Journal, and Neurology. Dr. Shadyab’s work has been featured in a wide array of media outlets such as the New York Times, Washington Post, the San Diego Union Tribune, Reuters, CNN, BBC, and TIME.
Dr. Shadyab received his PhD in epidemiology from the University of California, San Diego; MPH in epidemiology from San Diego State University; MS in bioinformatics and medical informatics from San Diego State University; and BS in biochemistry from San Diego State University (Phi Beta Kappa). He has received numerous awards in recognition of his outstanding scholarly achievements, including induction into Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health and Phi Beta Kappa. Before joining UCSD faculty, Dr. Shadyab completed an NIH T32 Postdoctoral Fellowship in Rheumatic Diseases at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine.
Visit website: https://profiles.ucsd.edu/aladdin.shadyab
See also: UC San Diego School of Medicine - School for medical and scientific training.
Aladdin Shadyab News
Age At First Period Could Determine Life Expectancy
Marie Claire - 17-Sep-2017
The Women’s Health Initiative collected data from 16,000 post-menopausal women. And researchers ...Read more...
Sedentary lifestyle in older women ‘ages body cells’
BBC - 19-Jan-2017
Research on 1,500 women aged 64 to 95. Those who spent many hours sitting and exercised for less...Read more...
First-time birth in later life may increase longevity
Medical News Today - 18-Nov-2016
Average age of American mothers has increased from 24.9 years in 2000 to 26.3 years in 2014. Fir...Read more...