ABOUT OUR CENTER
The Marshall Center, led by Lynn Marshall, Sc.D., conducts research on factors that raise risk or give protection from adverse health outcomes in human populations. Dr. Marshall has a strong focus on quantitative methods applicable to research on many different types of chronic disease.
The center focuses on:
- Conditions of aging in older men, including bone metabolism, change in body composition, changes in muscle mass and strength, physical functioning, falls and lower urinary tract symptoms
- Orthopaedic spine conditions associated with low back pain
- Measurement of biologic phenomena, including assays and body composition imaging
The Marshall Center is collaborative, involving not only epidemiologic methods and statistical analysis but also disciplines that guide investigation of biologic mechanisms and clinical relevance.
- Orwoll E, Lambert LC, Marshall LM, Blank J, Barrett-Connor E, Cauley J, Ensrud K, Cummings SR. Endogenous testosterone levels, physical performance, and fall risk in older men. Arch Intern Med 2006:166:2124-2131.
- Orwoll E, Lambert LC, Marshall LM, Phipps K, Blank J, Barrett-Connor E, Cauley J, Ensrud K, Cummings S. Testosterone and estradiol among older men. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 2006;91:1336-1344.
- Marshall LM, Lang TF, Lambert LC, Zmuda JM, Ensrud KE, Orwoll ES. Dimensions and volumetric bone density of the proximal femur and their relation to age among older US men. J Bone Miner Res 2006;21:1197-1206.
- Marshall LM, Howard R, Sullivan A, Ngo D, Woodward J, Kohn M. Public health surveillance approaches in Oregon’s Medicaid population. J Public Health Manag Pract 2002;8:63-69.
- Howard RN, Marshall LM, Mohr-Peterson J, Kohn MA. Tracking Oregon Medicaid patients’ enrollment and health utilization patterns. J Public Health Manag Pract 2002; 8:70-76.
- Coronado GD, Marshall LM, Schwartz SM. Complications in pregnancy, labor, and delivery with uterine leiomyomas: a population-based study. Obstet Gynecol 2000;95:764-769.