Chicago Health and Aging Study

Overview

Acronym
CHAP
Investigators
  • Dr. Carlos Mendes de Leon

    University of Michigan

Contacts
  • Dr. Carlos Mendes de Leon

    University of Michigan

General Design

Study design
Cohort
Start - End Year
1993 - 2011
General Information on Follow Up (profile, frequency)
Recruitment Target
  • Individuals
Number of Participants
10,801
Number of Participants with Biological Samples
8,000

Access

Availability of data and biosamples

Possible Access to Data
Possible Access to Biosamples
Other

Marker Papers

Bienias JL, Beckett LA, Bennett DA, Wilson RS, Evans DA. Design of the Chicago Health and Aging Project (CHAP). 2003; 5(5): 349-55.

PUBMED 14646025

Timeline

Population

CHAP - Urban population of older adults from the south-west side of Chicago

Selection Criteria

Minimum age
65
Countries
  • United States of America
Territory
Chicago
Ethnic Origin
  • Whites and Blacks

Sample Size

Number of Participants
10,801
Number of Participants with Biological Samples
8,000
Supplementary Information about Population

Data Collection Events

# Name Description Start End
0 CHAP - Baseline 1993 (January) 1997 (May)
1 CHAP - Follow-up 1 1997 (June) 2000 (February)
2 CHAP - Follow-up 2 2000 (March) 2003 (January)
3 CHAP - Telephone interviews 2000 (March) 2011 (December)
4 CHAP - Follow-up 3 2003 (February) 2006 (April)
5 CHAP - Follow-up 4 2006 (May) 2009 (January)
6 CHAP - Follow-up 5 2009 (March) 2011 (December)

Participating Studies

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Harmonization Initiatives Included

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Networks

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Datasets

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