Dr G. Peggy McFall

RESEARCHER PROFILE

Honorary Research Fellow Assistant Director, Victoria Longitudinal Study, University of Alberta, Canada


Dr. McFall seeks to distinguish specific modifiable risk factors associated with different neurocognitive phenotypes and the specific populations (e.g., sex, genotype) that might benefit from intervention protocols. She is interested in sex and gender differences as they relate to risk and protection factors, omics technologies, and conversion to (or differentiation among) other neurodegenerative diseases. Her expertise includes management of large-scale data sets and analyses of longitudinal data using structural equation modeling and data-driven and machine learning technologies. 

Projects Dr G. Peggy McFall is currently involved with

CURRENT PROJECTS

The Life-Course Blood Pressure Cognition (LCBP-COG) study

The LCBP-COG study will provide us with a better understanding of the ways that high blood pressure can increase the risk of cognitive decline or dementia over the lifecourse.

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The Life-Course Blood Pressure Cognition (LCBP-COG) study

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