Dr Gindo Tampubolon - personal details
Role: Research Fellow
BEng, MM, MSc, PhD; Associate Faculty, the Brooks World Poverty Institute.
- SENSE-COG: Sensory impairments and dementia in Europe. EU Horizon 2020
- Neighbourhood and dementia. National Institute of Health Research, Economic & Social Research Council.
- Inequalities in later life, frailty and wellbeing: an interdisciplinary approach to causality. Medical Research Council.
- Social mobility and the middle classes: latent growth models of class careers. ESRC.
- Tampubolon 2016. Trajectories of healthy ageing phenotype of middle aged and older Britons. Maturitas.
- Tampubolon 2015. Cognitive ageing in Great Britain in the new century: Cohort differences in episodic memory. PLoS One.
- Tampubolon 2015. Growing up in poverty, growing old in infirmity: The long arm of childhood conditions in Great Britain. PLoS One.
- Tampubolon 2015. Repeated systemic inflammation is associated with cognitive deficits in older Britons. Alzheimer's & Dementia.
- Tampubolon 2015. Delineating the Third age: Joint models of older people’s quality of life and attrition in Britain 2002-2010. Aging & Mental Health.
In preparation [published]
- Tampubolon & Fajarini. Citius, Fortius? Cohort, inflammation and trajectories of gait speed and grip strength in older Britons. [Accept with revision]
- Tampubolon et al. Trajectories of general cognition and dementia in English older population. [Accept with revision]
- Tampubolon & Fajarini. A healthy digital dividend: internet use and dementia risk in Britain and Indonesia [Submitted]
- Tampubolon & Fajarini. Does a poor childhood associate with higher and steeper inflammation trajectories in older Britons? [Under review]
- Tampubolon & Fajarini. The strong grip of childhood conditions in older Europeans. [Under review]
- Tampubolon & Fajarini. Early life adversity and later life dementia in Britain and Indonesia. [Under review]
- Tampubolon & Fajarini. A healthy digital dividend: internet access and dementia risk in Britain and Indonesia. [Under review]
I am on research leave in spring 2009 and 2012 at the Harvard School of Public Health.