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    genetics and the interactionas among them Data are derived from several current studies as well as previously collected data sets from the Established Populations for Epidemiologic Studies of the Elderly EPESE National Long Term Care Survey and the Chinese Longevity Study with Dr Zeng Yi Previous work has demonstrated the important contributions of age related inflammation and coagulation activation to functional status Geriatric assessment approaches have been studied in a number of randomized and controlled studies and work is now concentrating on the application of Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment tools to the evaluation and treatment of elderly patients with cancer This is an extension and continuation of a long standing interest in geriatric oncology Previous studies have elucidated age related patterns of disease presentation treatment approaches clinical trials survivorship quality of life impact of comrobidities and functional outcomes Dr Cohen is co chair of the Cancer in the Elderly Committee of Cancer and Acute Luekemia Group B CALGB A number of active studies and ongoing data bases aree being utilized to address these questions Publications Musick MA Koenig HG Hays JC Cohen HJ 1998 Religious activity and depression among community dwelling elderly persons with cancer the moderating effect of race Journals of Gerontology Series B 53 4 Cowper PA Weinberger M Hanlon JT Landsman PB Samsa GP Uttech KM Schmader KE Lewis IK Cohen HJ Feussner JR 1998 The cost effectiveness of a clinical pharmacist intervention among elderly outpatients Pharmacotherapy 18 2 I 327 332 Cowper PA Weinberger M Hanlon JT Landsman PB Samsa GP Uttech KM Schmader KE Lewis IK Cohen HJ Feussner JR 1998 The cost effectiveness of a clinical pharmacist intervention among elderly outpatients Pharmacotherapy 18 2 327 332 Koenig HG George LK Hays JC Larson DB Cohen HJ Blazer DG 1998 The relationship between religious activities and

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    conditions environment genetics and the interactionas among them Data are derived from several current studies as well as previously collected data sets from the Established Populations for Epidemiologic Studies of the Elderly EPESE National Long Term Care Survey and the Chinese Longevity Study with Dr Zeng Yi Previous work has demonstrated the important contributions of age related inflammation and coagulation activation to functional status Geriatric assessment approaches have been studied in a number of randomized and controlled studies and work is now concentrating on the application of Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment tools to the evaluation and treatment of elderly patients with cancer This is an extension and continuation of a long standing interest in geriatric oncology Previous studies have elucidated age related patterns of disease presentation treatment approaches clinical trials survivorship quality of life impact of comrobidities and functional outcomes Dr Cohen is co chair of the Cancer in the Elderly Committee of Cancer and Acute Luekemia Group B CALGB A number of active studies and ongoing data bases aree being utilized to address these questions Publications Cohen HJ Pieper CF Harris T Rao KM Currie MS 1997 The association of plasma IL 6 levels with functional disability in community dwelling elderly Journals of Gerontology Series A 52 4 Cohen HJ 1997 The Oncology Geriatric Education Retreat commentary and conclusions Cancer 80 7 1354 1356 Hanlon JT Weinberger M Samsa GP Schmader KE Uttech KM Lewis IK Cowper PA Landsman PB Cohen HJ Feussner JR 1996 A randomized controlled trial of a clinical pharmacist intervention to improve inappropriate prescribing in elderly outpatients with polypharmacy The American Journal of Medicine 100 4 428 437 Handa VL Landerman R Hanlon JT Harris T Cohen HJ 1996 Do older women use estrogen replacement Data from the Duke Established Populations for Epidemiologic Studies of the

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    chair of the National Research Council s Committee on Law and Justice Cook s primary focus at the moment is the economics of crime He is co director of the NBER Work Group on the Economics of Crime and co editor of a new NBER volume on crime prevention Much of his recent research has dealt with the private role in crime prevention He also has several projects under way in the area of truancy prevention Over much of his career one strand of Cook s research concerns the prevention of alcohol related problems through restrictions on alcohol availability An early article was the first to demonstrate persuasively that alcohol taxes have a direct effect on the death rate of heavy drinkers and subsequent research demonstrated the moderate efficacy of minimum purchase age laws in preventing fatal crashes Together with Michael J Moore he focused on the effects of beer taxes on youthful drinking and the consequences thereof finding that more restrictive policies result in lower rates of abuse higher college graduation rates and lower crime rates His new book on the subject is Paying the Tab The Costs and Benefits of Alcohol Control Princeton University Press 2007 A second strand has concerned the costs and consequences of the widespread availability of guns and what might be done about it His book with Jens Ludwig Gun Violence The Real Costs Oxford University Press 2000 develops and applies a framework for assessing costs that is grounded in economic theory and is quite at odds with the traditional Cost of Injury framework Ludwig and Cook are also the editors of Evaluating Gun Policy Brookings Institution Press 2003 Cook has also co authored two other books with Charles Clotfelter on state lotteries Selling Hope State Lotteries in America Harvard University Press 1989 and

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    deterrent effect of the death penalty He serves as vice chair of the National Research Council s Committee on Law and Justice Cook s primary focus at the moment is the economics of crime He is co director of the NBER Work Group on the Economics of Crime and co editor of a new NBER volume on crime prevention Much of his recent research has dealt with the private role in crime prevention He also has several projects under way in the area of truancy prevention Over much of his career one strand of Cook s research concerns the prevention of alcohol related problems through restrictions on alcohol availability An early article was the first to demonstrate persuasively that alcohol taxes have a direct effect on the death rate of heavy drinkers and subsequent research demonstrated the moderate efficacy of minimum purchase age laws in preventing fatal crashes Together with Michael J Moore he focused on the effects of beer taxes on youthful drinking and the consequences thereof finding that more restrictive policies result in lower rates of abuse higher college graduation rates and lower crime rates His new book on the subject is Paying the Tab The Costs and Benefits of Alcohol Control Princeton University Press 2007 A second strand has concerned the costs and consequences of the widespread availability of guns and what might be done about it His book with Jens Ludwig Gun Violence The Real Costs Oxford University Press 2000 develops and applies a framework for assessing costs that is grounded in economic theory and is quite at odds with the traditional Cost of Injury framework Ludwig and Cook are also the editors of Evaluating Gun Policy Brookings Institution Press 2003 Cook has also co authored two other books with Charles Clotfelter on state lotteries Selling

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    in a variety of capacities with the National Academy of Sciences including membership on expert panels dealing with alcohol abuse prevention violence school shootings underage drinking and the deterrent effect of the death penalty He serves as vice chair of the National Research Council s Committee on Law and Justice Cook s primary focus at the moment is the economics of crime He is co director of the NBER Work Group on the Economics of Crime and co editor of a new NBER volume on crime prevention Much of his recent research has dealt with the private role in crime prevention He also has several projects under way in the area of truancy prevention Over much of his career one strand of Cook s research concerns the prevention of alcohol related problems through restrictions on alcohol availability An early article was the first to demonstrate persuasively that alcohol taxes have a direct effect on the death rate of heavy drinkers and subsequent research demonstrated the moderate efficacy of minimum purchase age laws in preventing fatal crashes Together with Michael J Moore he focused on the effects of beer taxes on youthful drinking and the consequences thereof finding that more restrictive policies result in lower rates of abuse higher college graduation rates and lower crime rates His new book on the subject is Paying the Tab The Costs and Benefits of Alcohol Control Princeton University Press 2007 A second strand has concerned the costs and consequences of the widespread availability of guns and what might be done about it His book with Jens Ludwig Gun Violence The Real Costs Oxford University Press 2000 develops and applies a framework for assessing costs that is grounded in economic theory and is quite at odds with the traditional Cost of Injury framework Ludwig and

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    He has served in a variety of capacities with the National Academy of Sciences including membership on expert panels dealing with alcohol abuse prevention violence school shootings underage drinking and the deterrent effect of the death penalty He serves as vice chair of the National Research Council s Committee on Law and Justice Cook s primary focus at the moment is the economics of crime He is co director of the NBER Work Group on the Economics of Crime and co editor of a new NBER volume on crime prevention Much of his recent research has dealt with the private role in crime prevention He also has several projects under way in the area of truancy prevention Over much of his career one strand of Cook s research concerns the prevention of alcohol related problems through restrictions on alcohol availability An early article was the first to demonstrate persuasively that alcohol taxes have a direct effect on the death rate of heavy drinkers and subsequent research demonstrated the moderate efficacy of minimum purchase age laws in preventing fatal crashes Together with Michael J Moore he focused on the effects of beer taxes on youthful drinking and the consequences thereof finding that more restrictive policies result in lower rates of abuse higher college graduation rates and lower crime rates His new book on the subject is Paying the Tab The Costs and Benefits of Alcohol Control Princeton University Press 2007 A second strand has concerned the costs and consequences of the widespread availability of guns and what might be done about it His book with Jens Ludwig Gun Violence The Real Costs Oxford University Press 2000 develops and applies a framework for assessing costs that is grounded in economic theory and is quite at odds with the traditional Cost of Injury

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    of developmental science to epidemiology the study of patterns of disease distribution in time and space Developmental epidemiology can cover the life span but my own work concentrates on childhood and adolescence I study change and continuity in psychiatric disorders in the context of change and continuity in the risk factors for those disorders An important application of the work of the Developmental Epidemiology Program of which I am Co Director is examining the need for and use of mental health services for children This work sets the study of the mental health care system for children and adolescents within a conceptual framework which permits use of estimate unmet needs as well as identifying appropriate areas for preventive interventions I am carrying out a longitudinal study based on 4 500 randomly selected children and adolescents living in the Appalachian mountains of western North Carolina Findings from this study provide important information for federal and local policy makers while at the same time testing ideas about the development of risk and resilience Publications Angold A Costello EJ 1995 A test retest reliability study of child reported psychiatric symptoms and diagnoses using the Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Assessment CAPA C Psychological Medicine 25 4 755 762 Burns BJ Costello EJ Angold A Tweed D Stangl D Farmer EM Erkanli A 1995 Children s mental health service use across service sectors Health Affairs 14 3 147 159 Angold A Costello EJ 1995 Developmental epidemiology Epidemiologic Reviews 17 1 74 82 Costello EJ Burns BJ Angold A Leaf PJ 1994 Epidemiology and health care reform Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 33 7 1058 1059 Farmer EMZ Angold A Burns BJ Costello EJ 1994 Reliability of self reported service use Test retest consistency of children s responses to the Child

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    study of patterns of disease distribution in time and space Developmental epidemiology can cover the life span but my own work concentrates on childhood and adolescence I study change and continuity in psychiatric disorders in the context of change and continuity in the risk factors for those disorders An important application of the work of the Developmental Epidemiology Program of which I am Co Director is examining the need for and use of mental health services for children This work sets the study of the mental health care system for children and adolescents within a conceptual framework which permits use of estimate unmet needs as well as identifying appropriate areas for preventive interventions I am carrying out a longitudinal study based on 4 500 randomly selected children and adolescents living in the Appalachian mountains of western North Carolina Findings from this study provide important information for federal and local policy makers while at the same time testing ideas about the development of risk and resilience Publications Costello EJ 1991 Married with children predictors of mental and physical health in middle aged women Psychiatry interpersonal and biological processes 54 3 292 305 Costello EJ Benjamin R Angold A Silver D 1991 Mood variability in adolescents a study of depressed nondepressed and comorbid patients Journal of Affective Disorders 23 4 199 212 Costello EJ Loeber R Stouthamer Loeber M 1991 Pervasive and situational hyperactivity confounding effect of informant a research note The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines 32 2 367 376 Benjamin RS Costello EJ Warren M 1990 Anxiety disorders in a pediatric sample Journal of Anxiety Disorders 4 4 293 316 Costello EJ 1990 In Reply Archives of General Psychiatry 47 1 89 90 Matthews KA Wing RR Kuller LH Meilahn EN Kelsey SF Costello EJ Caggiula

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