Cohort Profile: The 1895, 1905, 1910 and 1915 Danish Birth Cohort Studies - Secular trends in the health and functioning of the very old

Signe Høi Rasmussen, Karen Andersen-Ranberg, Mikael Thinggaard, Bernard Jeune, Axel Skytthe, Lene Christiansen, James W. Vaupel, Matt McGue, Kaare Christensen

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Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1746 and 1746a-1746j
JournalInternational journal of epidemiology
Volume46
Issue number6
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 1 2017

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Funding Information:
The various studies of the Danish Birth Cohorts have received funding from different contributors. They are presented here as an assembled list: Danish National Research Foundation; U.S. National Institute on Aging-National Institutes of Health [grant PO1-AG08761]; Danish Health Insurance Foundation [grant 2006B139]; Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation; Danish Interdisciplinary Research Council; Danish Council for Independent Research-Medical Science [grant 09-070081]; Novo Nordisk Foundation; Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southern Denmark; Clinical Institute of Research, University of Southern Denmark; Agnes and Knut Mørk Foundation; Health Foundation (Helsefonden) [grant 16-B-0271]. The Danish Aging Research Center is supported by a grant from the Velux Foundation

Funding Information:
The various studies of the Danish Birth Cohorts have received funding from different contributors. They are presented here as an assembled list: Danish National Research Foundation; U.S. National Institute on Aging - National Institutes of Health [grant PO1-AG08761]; Danish Health Insurance Foundation [grant 2006B139]; Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation; Danish Interdisciplinary Research Council; Danish Council for Independent Research – Medical Science [grant 09-070081]; Novo Nordisk Foundation; Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southern Denmark; Clinical Institute of Research, University of Southern Denmark; Agnes and Knut Mørk Foundation; Health Foundation (Helsefonden) [grant 16-B-0271]. The Danish Aging Research Center is supported by a grant from the Velux Foundation.

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