The VETSA team has presented findings at many different conferences.  Below is a list of posters and talks conducted by our team.

Last year, some of our findings were discussed at:

Cognitive Aging Conference, April 19-22, 2012 in Atlanta, GA

Erectile Dysfunction and Processing Speed in Late Middle-Age Caitlin Moore, Michael Grant, Michael Lyons, William Kremen, Carol Franz, Matthew Panizzon, Rosemary Toomey, Hong Xian, Seth Eisen

Longitudinal Changes and Stability in the Genetic Influences of Verbal Learning and Memory: Findings from the Vietnam Era Twin Study of Aging Matthew S. Panizzon, Carol E. Franz, Hong Xian, Michael D. Grant, Rosemary Toomey, Michael J. Lyons, William S. Kremen.

Prevalence and Heritability of Early-Identified MCI: Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Findings William S. Kremen, Amy J. Jak, Kelly M. Spoon, Matthew S. Panizzon, Carol E. Franz, Christine Fennema-Notestine, Kristen C. Jacobson, Wesley K. Thompson, Hong Xian, Michael J. Lyons.

The Association Between Testosterone and General Cognitive Ability in a Middle-Aged Twin Cohort Ruth E. McKenzie, Matthew S. Panizzon, William S. Kremen, Carol E. Franz, Michael D.Grant, Michael J. Lyons.

Longitudinal Relationship Between Cognition and Pulmonary Function in Middle-Aged Male Twins Terrie Vasilopoulos, Michael D. Grant, Carol E. Franz, Matthew S. Panizzon, Hong Xian, Rosemary Toomey, Michael J. Lyons, William S. Kremen, Kristen C. Jacobson.

A Twin Study of Differential Decline in Cognitive Domains During Five Years of Late Middle- Age Michael Lyons, Lindon Eaves, Michael Grant, Matthew Panizzon, Carol Franz, Ruth McKenzie, Kelli Tahaney, Kristen Jacobson, Hong Xian, William Kremen.

Gerontological Society of America, November 14-18, 2012 in San Diego, CA