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Professor Rachel Cooper
A systematic review of one-legged balance performance and falls risk in community-dwelling adults2022
Professor Rachel Cooper
Adiposity and grip strength: a Mendelian Randomisation study in UK Biobank2022
Professor Rachel Cooper
Associations between lifetime body mass index and grip strength at age 46 years: Findings from the 1970 British Cohort Study2022
Professor Rachel Cooper
Associations of word memory, verbal fluency, processing speed and crystallised cognitive ability with one-legged balance performance in mid and later life2022
Professor Rachel Cooper
Stability of balance performance from childhood to midlife2022
Professor Rachel Cooper
Adult obesity and mid-life physical functioning in two British birth cohorts: Investigating the mediating role of physical inactivity2021
Professor Rachel Cooper
Between-study differences in grip strength: a comparison of Norwegian and Russian adults aged 40–69 years2021
Professor Rachel Cooper
Dr Daniel Davis
Bidirectional associations between word memory and one-legged balance performance in mid and later life2021
Professor Rachel Cooper
Do associations between education and obesity vary depending on the measure of obesity used? A systematic literature review and meta-analysis2021
Professor Rachel Cooper
Early-Life Socioeconomic Position and the Accumulation of Health-Related Deficits by Midlife in the 1958 British Birth Cohort Study2021
Professor Rachel Cooper
Exposure to multiple childhood social risk factors and adult body mass index trajectories from ages 20 to 64 years2021
Professor Sian Robinson
Professor Rachel Cooper
Professor Avan Sayer
Is lifestyle change around retirement associated with better physical performance in older age? Insights from a longitudinal cohort2021
Professor Rachel Cooper
Life course longitudinal growth and risk of knee osteoarthritis at age 53 years: evidence from the 1946 British birth cohort study2021
Dr Christopher Hurst
James Murray
Dr Antoneta Granic
Susan Hillman
Professor Rachel Cooper
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Long-term conditions, multimorbidity, lifestyle factors and change in grip strength over 9 years of follow-up: findings from 44,315 UK Biobank participants2021
Professor Rachel Cooper
Monitoring changes in motor function in the years before death2021
Professor Rachel Cooper
Associations of sitting and physical activity with grip strength and balance in mid-life: 1970 British Cohort Study2020
Dr Daniel Davis
Professor Rachel Cooper
Childhood Cognition and Age-related Change in Standing Balance Performance From Mid to Later Life: Findings From a British Birth Cohort2020
Professor Rachel Cooper
DNA Methylation Age and Physical and Cognitive Aging2020
Professor Rachel Cooper
Do the associations of body mass index and waist circumference with back pain change as people age? 32 years of follow-up in a British birth cohort2020
Professor Rachel Cooper
Educational differentials in key domains of physical activity by ethnicity, age and sex: a cross-sectional study of over 40 000 participants in the UK household longitudinal study (2013-2015)2020
Professor Rachel Cooper
Ethnic Differences in Functional Limitations by Age Across the Adult Life Course2020
Professor Rachel Cooper
Lifetime trajectories of socio-economic adversity and their associations with psychosocial factors and attitudes towards social class2020
Katherine Martin
Professor Rachel Cooper
Motor development in infancy and spine shape in early old age: Findings from a British birth cohort study2020
Professor Rachel Cooper
Professor Rose Anne Kenny
A comprehensive assessment of risk factors for falls in middle-aged adults: co-ordinated analyses of cohort studies in four countries2019
Professor Rachel Cooper
Age at Onset of Walking in Infancy Is Associated With Hip Shape in Early Old Age2019
Professor Rachel Cooper
Are BMI and inflammatory markers independently associated with physical fatigability in old age?2019
Professor Rachel Cooper
Day-to-day physical activity producing low gravitational impacts is associated with faster visual processing speed at age 69: Cross-sectional study2019
Professor Rachel Cooper
Developmental factors associated with decline in grip strength from midlife to old age: A British birth cohort study2019
Professor Rachel Cooper
Do More Recent Born Generations of Older Adults Have Stronger Grip? A Comparison of Three Cohorts of 66-to 84-Year-Olds in the Tromsø Study2019
Professor Rachel Cooper
Factors across life associated with remaining free from functional limitations despite lifelong exposure to socioeconomic adversity2019
Professor Rachel Cooper
Lifetime socioeconomic circumstances and chronic pain in later adulthood: Findings from a British birth cohort study2019
Professor Rachel Cooper
Maternal weight status before pregnancy is strongly associated with offspring weight status in childhood2019
Professor Rachel Cooper
Mid-life social participation and physical performance at age 60-64: Evidence from the 1946 British Birth Cohort Study2019
Professor Rachel Cooper
Physical Activity Across Adulthood and Bone Health in Later Life: The 1946 British Birth Cohort2019
Professor Rachel Cooper
Dr Naweed Sattar
Systemic Inflammation and Cardio-Renal Organ Damage Biomarkers in Middle Age are Associated with Physical Capability up to 9 Years Later: Findings from a British Birth Cohort Study2019
Professor Sian Robinson
Professor Rachel Cooper
Professor Avan Sayer
Adult Lifetime Diet Quality and Physical Performance in Older Age: Findings from a British Birth Cohort2018
Professor Sian Robinson
Professor Rachel Cooper
Professor Avan Sayer
Adult Lifetime Diet Quality and Physical Performance in Older Age: Findings From a British Birth Cohort2018
Professor Rachel Cooper
Age at menopause and lifetime cognition: Findings from a British birth cohort study2018
Professor Rachel Cooper
Associations between back pain across adulthood and spine shape in early old age in a British birth cohort2018
Professor Rachel Cooper
Associations Between Polypharmacy and Cognitive and Physical Capability: A British Birth Cohort Study2018
Professor Rachel Cooper
Body mass index and waist circumference in early adulthood are associated with thoracolumbar spine shape at age 60-64: The medical research council national survey of health and development2018
Professor Rachel Cooper
Dr Graciela Muniz Terrera
Correction: Associations of behavioural risk factors and health status with changes in physical capability over 10 years of follow-up: The MRC National Survey of Health and Development (BMJ Open (2016) 6 (e009962) DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009962)2018
Professor Rachel Cooper
Correlates of high-impact physical activity measured objectively in older British adults2018
Professor Rachel Cooper
Healthy ageing across the life course2018
Professor Rachel Cooper
Leisure-time physical activity across adulthood and biomarkers of cardiovascular disease at age 60–64: A prospective cohort study2018
Professor Rachel Cooper
Lifetime cigarette smoking and chronic widespread and regional pain in later adulthood: Evidence from the 1946 British birth cohort study2018
Professor Rachel Cooper
Longitudinal profiles of back pain across adulthood and their relationship with childhood factors: Evidence from the 1946 British birth cohort2018
Professor Rachel Cooper
Modeling Exposure to Multiple Childhood Social Risk Factors and Physical Capability and Common Affective Symptoms in Later Life2018
Professor Rachel Cooper
Motor performance in early life and participation in leisure-time physical activity up to age 68 years2018
Professor Rachel Cooper
Physical Activity Producing Low, but Not Medium or Higher, Vertical Impacts Is Inversely Related to BMI in Older Adults: Findings from a Multicohort Study2018
Professor Rachel Cooper
Physical activity, sedentary time, and cardiovascular disease biomarkers at age 60 to 64 years2018
Professor Rachel Cooper
Professor Rose Anne Kenny
Should prevention of falls start earlier? Coordinated analyses of harmonised data on falls in middle-aged adults across four population-based cohort studies2018
Professor Rachel Cooper
Socioeconomic adversity - An important barrier to healthy aging2018
Professor Rachel Cooper
Socioeconomic inequalities in resilience and vulnerability among older adults: A population-based birth cohort analysis2018
Professor Rachel Cooper
A novel accelerometer-based method to describe day-to-day exposure to potentially osteogenic vertical impacts in older adults: findings from a multi-cohort study2017
Professor Rachel Cooper
Adversity in childhood and measures of aging in midlife: Findings from a cohort of British women2017
Professor Rachel Cooper
Are objective measures of physical capability related to accelerated epigenetic age? Findings from a British birth cohort2017
Professor Rachel Cooper
Associations between body mass index across adult life and hip shapes at age 60 to 64: Evidence from the 1946 British birth cohort2017
Professor Rachel Cooper
Dr Graciela Muniz Terrera
Associations of childhood and adulthood cognition with bone mineral density in later adulthood: A population-based longitudinal study2017
Professor Rachel Cooper
Associations of lifetime walking and weight bearing exercise with accelerometer-measured high impact physical activity in later life2017
Professor Rachel Cooper
Associations of statin use with motor performance and myalgia may be modified by 25-hydroxyvitamin D: findings from a British birth cohort2017
Professor Rachel Cooper
Birth Weight, School Sports Ability, and Adulthood Leisure-Time Physical Activity2017
Professor Rachel Cooper
Childhood Cognitive Ability and Age-Related Changes in Physical Capability from Midlife: Findings from a British Birth Cohort Study2017
Professor Rachel Cooper
Diurnal cortisol and mental well-being in middle and older age: Evidence from four cohort studies2017
Professor Rachel Cooper
Hierarchy and Speed of Loss in Physical Functioning: A Comparison Across Older U.S. and English Men and Women2017
Professor Rachel Cooper
Intergenerational social mobility and leisure-time physical activity in adulthood: A systematic review2017
Professor Rachel Cooper
Later Age at Onset of Independent Walking Is Associated With Lower Bone Strength at Fracture-Prone Sites in Older Men2017
Professor Rachel Cooper
Markers of pubertal timing and leisure-time physical activity from ages 36 to 68 years: Findings from a British birth cohort2017
Professor Rachel Cooper
Obesity History and Daily Patterns of Physical Activity at Age 60-64 Years: Findings from the MRC National Survey of Health and Development2017
Professor Rachel Cooper
Physical and cognitive capability in mid-adulthood as determinants of retirement and extended working life in a british cohort study2017
Professor Rachel Cooper
Statistical shape modelling of hip and lumbar spine morphology and their relationship in the MRC National Survey of Health and Development2017
Professor Rachel Cooper
Worldwide trends in blood pressure from 1975 to 2015: a pooled analysis of 1479 population-based measurement studies with 19·1 million participants2017
Professor Rachel Cooper
A century of trends in adult human height2016
Professor Rachel Cooper
Age-related change in mobility: Perspectives from life course epidemiology and geroscience2016
Professor Rachel Cooper
Assessing Daily Physical Activity in Older Adults: Unraveling the Complexity of Monitors, Measures, and Methods2016
Professor Rachel Cooper
Associations of behavioural risk factors and health status with changes in physical capability over 10 years of follow-up: The MRC National Survey of Health and Development2016
Professor Rachel Cooper
Chronic physical illness in early life and risk of chronic widespread and regional pain at age 68: Evidence from the 1946 British birth cohort2016
Dr Richard Dodds
Professor Rachel Cooper
Professor Avan Sayer
Global variation in grip strength: a systematic review and meta-analysis of normative data2016
Professor Rachel Cooper
Is the Hierarchy of Loss in Functional Ability Evident in Midlife? Findings from a British Birth Cohort2016
Professor Rachel Cooper
Menopause, reproductive life, hormone replacement therapy, and bone phenotype at age 60-64 years: A british birth cohort2016
Professor Rachel Cooper
Mid-career work patterns and physical and mental functioning at age 60-64: Evidence from the 1946 British birth cohort2016
Professor Rachel Cooper
Occupational activity across adult life and its association with grip strength2016
Professor Rachel Cooper
Relationship between mediation analysis and the structured life course approach2016
Professor Rachel Cooper
The association of grip strength from midlife onwards with all-cause and cause-specific mortality over 17 years of follow-up in the Tromsø Study2016
Professor Rachel Cooper
The InterLACE study: Design, data harmonization and characteristics across 20 studies on women's health2016
Professor Rachel Cooper
The last two decades of life course epidemiology, and its relevance for research on ageing2016
Professor Rachel Cooper
The MRC National Survey of Health and Development reaches age 70: maintaining participation at older ages in a birth cohort study2016
Professor Rachel Cooper
Verbal memory and search speed in early midlife are associated with mortality over 25 years’ follow-up, independently of health status and early life factors: A British birth cohort study2016
Professor Rachel Cooper
Worldwide trends in diabetes since 1980: a pooled analysis of 751 population-based studies with 4·4 million participants2016
Professor Rachel Cooper
"Skeletal Muscle Function Deficit" in A Nationally Representative British Birth Cohort in Early Old Age2015
Professor Rachel Cooper
An investigation of the healthy migrant hypothesis: Pre-emigration characteristics of those in the British 1946 birth cohort study2015
Professor Rachel Cooper
Associations of Midlife to Late Life Fatigue with Physical Performance and Strength in Early Old Age: Results from a British Prospective Cohort Study2015
Professor Rachel Cooper
Childhood socioeconomic position and adult leisure-time physical activity: A systematic review2015
Professor Rachel Cooper
Correction: Light intensity physical activity and sedentary behavior in relation to body mass index and grip strength in older adults: Cross-sectional findings from the lifestyle interventions and independence for elders (LIFE) study2015
Dr Carmen Martin-Ruiz
Professor Rachel Cooper
Dr Andrew Kingston
Professor Thomas von Zglinicki
Corrigendum to "Reproducibility of Telomere Length Assessment - An International Collaborative Study" [International Journal of Epidemiology 2014, doi: 10.1093/ije/dyu191]2015
Professor Rachel Cooper
Effects of diabetes definition on global surveillance of diabetes prevalence and diagnosis: a pooled analysis of 96 population-based studies with 331 288 participants2015
Professor Rachel Cooper
Light intensity physical activity and sedentary behavior in relation to body mass index and grip strength in older adults: Cross-sectional findings from the lifestyle interventions and independence for elders (LIFE) study2015
Professor Rachel Cooper
Dr Nina Wilson
Operational definition of Active and Healthy Ageing (AHA): A conceptual framework2015
Professor Carol Brayne
Professor Rachel Cooper
Aisha Zaidi
Dr Nina Wilson
Operative definition of active and healthy ageing (AHA): Meeting report. Montpellier October 20-21, 20142015
Professor Rachel Cooper
Physical Activity and Mental Well-being in a Cohort Aged 60-64 Years2015
Professor Rachel Cooper
June Edwards
Physical activity, sedentary time and physical capability in early old age: British birth cohort study2015
Professor Rachel Cooper
Socioeconomic conditions across life related to multiple measures of the endocrine system in older adults: Longitudinal findings from a British birth cohort study2015
Professor Rachel Cooper
Understanding the lifetime determinants of television viewing2015
Professor Rachel Cooper
Childhood and maternal effects on physical health related quality of life five decades later: The British 1946 birth cohort2014
Professor Rachel Cooper
Childhood socioeconomic position and adult leisure-time physical activity: A systematic review protocol2014
Professor Rachel Cooper
Comparison of the EPIC physical activity questionnaire with combined heart rate and movement sensing in a nationally representative sample of older British adults2014
Professor Rachel Cooper
Job demand and control in mid-life and physical and mental functioning in early old age: Do childhood factors explain these associations in a British birth cohort?2014
Professor Rachel Cooper
Levels of physical activity among a nationally representative sample of people in early old age: Results of objective and self-reported assessments2014
Professor Rachel Cooper
Patterns of leisure-time physical activity participation in a British birth cohort at early old age2014
Professor Rachel Cooper
Physical activity across adulthood in relation to fat and lean body mass in early old age: Findings from the Medical Research Council National Survey of Health and Development, 1946-20102014
Professor Rachel Cooper
Physical capability in mid-life and survival over 13 years of follow-up: British birth cohort study2014
Professor Rachel Cooper
Pregnancy obesity is associated with increased rates of all-cause mortality and cardiovascular hospital admissions in adult offspring2014
Professor Rachel Cooper
Socioeconomic position across life and body composition in early old age: Findings from a british birth cohort study2014
Professor Rachel Cooper
A life-course approach to healthy ageing: Maintaining physical capability2013
Dr Richard Dodds
Professor Rachel Cooper
Professor Avan Sayer
How to get started with a systematic review in epidemiology: an introductory guide for early career researchers2013