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AMY MEHRABAN PIENTA
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research 1340 Morehead Dr.
Institute for Social Research Ann Arbor, MI 48103
University of Michigan 734-997-8887
PO Box 1248
Ann Arbor, MI 48106-1248 734-615-7957 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ph.D. Sociology, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1996 Dissertation: Labor Force Behavior of Married Women in Later Life M.A. Sociology, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1992 Thesis: Women’s Retirement: The Effects of Family Roles and Work Experience B.A. Sociology, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1990
Areas of Specialization:
Marriage and the Family in Later Life, Population Health and Aging, Work and Retirement, Secondary Data Use and Data Sharing
2006-present Associate Research Scientist & Acquisitions Director ICPSR University of Michigan 2003-2006 Acquisitions Director & Research Investigator ICPSR University of Michigan 2003-present Other appointments at University of Michigan:
Research Affiliate, Michigan Center for Demography on Aging (2003-present) Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center (2003-present & 1997-2000) Lecturer, Department of Sociology (2004-2006) 2000-2003 Assistant Professor, Institute on Aging and Department of Health Policy & Epidemiology Courtesy Faculty Appointment, Department of Sociology University of Florida 1997-2000 Assistant Professor, Institute of Gerontology and Department of Internal Medicine Courtesy Faculty Appointment, Department of Sociology Wayne State University 1995-1997 National Institute on Aging Postdoctoral Trainee Population Research Institute Pennsylvania State University
* Student co-authors Pienta, AM, G Alter, J Lyle. 2011. The Enduring Value of Social Science Research: The Use and Reuse of Primary Research Data. iPRES2011 proceedings.
Tkatch, Rifke, Nancy T. Artinian, Judith Abrams, Jennifer R. Mahn, Melissa M. Franks, Steven J. Keteyian, Barry Franklin, Amy Pienta, and Steven Schwartz. 2010. Social network and health outcomes among African American cardiac rehabilitation patients. Heart and Lung 40, 193-200.
Abrahamson, M. K. Bollen, M. Gutmann, G. King, and A. M Pienta. 2009. Preserving Quantitative Research-Elicited Data for Longitudinal Analysis: New Developments in Archiving Survey Data in the U.S. Historical Social Research 34, 3, 51-59.
Gutmann, Myron P., Mark Abrahamson, Margaret O. Adams, Micah Altman, Caroline Arms, Kenneth Bollen, Michael Carlson, Jonathon Crabtree, Darrell Donakowski, Gary King, Jared Lyle, Marc Maynard, Amt Pienta, Richard Rockwell, Lois Timms-Ferrara, & Copeland H. Young. 2009. From Preserving the Past to Preserving the Future: The DataPASS Project and the Challenges of Preserving Digital Social Science Data. Library Trends, 57, 3, 315-337.
Altman, Micah, Margaret Adams, Jonathon Crabtree, Darrell Donakowski, Marc Maynard, Amy Pienta, Lois Timms-Ferrara, and Copeland Young. 2009. Digital Preservation through Archival Collaboration: The Data Preservation Alliance for the Social Sciences.
American Archivist 72, 1, 170-184.
Artinian, Nancy T., Judith Abrams, Steven J. Keteyian, Melissa M. Franks, Barry Franklin, Amy Pienta, Rifky Tkatch, Linton Cuff, Pamela Alexander, Steve Schwartz. 2009. Correlates of Depression in African Americans Enrolled in Cardiac Rehabilitation. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention, 29, 1, 24-31.
Hoelter, Lynette F., Felicia B. LeClere, Rachael E. Barlow, Amy M. Pienta, James W. McNally.
2008. “Using ICPSR Resources to Teach Sociology” Teaching Sociology.
Koropeckyj-Cox, Tanya, Amy M. Pienta & Tyson H. Brown*. 2007. "Women of the 1950s and the 'normative' life course: The implications of childlessness, fertility timing, and marital status for psychological well-being in late midlife." International Journal of Aging and Human Development 64 (4): 299-330.
Chumbler, Neale, Amy M. Pienta, Jeffrey W. Dwyer. 2004. “The Psychological Consequences of Parent Care among Near Elderly.” Research on Aging 26(3):330-351.
Pienta, Amy Mehraban. 2003. “Understanding the Retirement Behavior of Married Couples.” Journal of Applied Gerontology 22(3)340-358.
Franks, Melissa M., Amy Mehraban Pienta, and Linda A. Wray. 2002. “It Takes Two: Smoking Cessation across the Middle Years.” Journal of Health and Aging 14(3):336-354.
Pienta, Amy Mehraban and Mark D. Hayward. 2002. “Who Continues to Work Past 62: The Retirement Plans of Married Couples” Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences 57B:S199-S208 Jenkins, Kristi Rahrig*, Amy Mehraban Pienta, and Ann L. Horgas. 2002. “Activity and HealthRelated Quality of Life in Continuing Care Retirement Communities.” Research on Aging 24(1):124-149.
Pienta, Amy Mehraban, Jennifer S. Barber, and William G. Axinn. 2001. “Social Change and Adult Children’s Beliefs about Support of Elderly Parents: Evidence from Nepal.” Hallym International Journal of Aging Pienta, Amy Mehraban, Mark D. Hayward, and Kristi Rahrig Jenkins*. 2000 “Health Consequences of Marriage for the Retirement Years.” Journal of Family Issues 21(5):559-586.
Mutchler, Jan E., Jeffrey A. Burr, Michael P. Massagli, and Amy M. Pienta. 1999. “Work Transitions and Health in Later Life.” Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences 54B(5):S252-S261.
Pienta, Amy M. 1999. “Early Childbearing Patterns and Women’s Labor Force Behavior in Later Life.” Journal of Women and Aging 11(1):69-84.
Hayward, Mark D., Amy M. Pienta, and Diane P. McLaughlin. 1997. “Inequality in Men's Mortality: The SES Gradient and Geographic Context.” Journal of Health & Social Behavior 38(4):313-330.
Mutchler, Jan E., Jeffrey A. Burr, Amy M. Pienta, and Michael P. Massagli. 1997. “Pathways to
Labor Force Exit: Work Transitions and Work Instability.” Journal of Gerontology:
Social Sciences 52B(1): S4-S12.
Burr, Jeffrey A., Michael P. Massagli, Jan E. Mutchler, and Amy M. Pienta. 1996. “Labor Force
Transitions among Older African American and White Men.” Social Forces 74(3):
Pienta, Amy M., Jeffrey A. Burr and Jan E. Mutchler. 1994. “Women's Labor Force Participation in Later Life: The Effect of Early Work and Family Experiences.” Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences 49:S231-39.
Hoelter, Lynette, Lyle, Jared, & Amy Pienta. Forthcoming. “TBD” In Sage Handbook of Survey Methodology.
Pienta, Amy Mehraban, JoAnne McFarland O’Rourke, Melissa M. Franks. 2011. Getting Started:
An Introduction to Working with Archival Data Sets. In Kali H. Trzesniewski, M. Brent Donnellan, & Richard E. Lucas (Eds.) Analyzing Archival Data: Methods and Illustrations Pienta, Amy Mehraban and Melissa Franks. 2005. “Physical Health and Widowhood.” In D. S.
Carr, R. Nesse, and C. Wortman (Eds.) Late Life Widowhood: New Directions in Theory, Research, and Practice Springer Publishing Company.
Pienta, Amy. “The Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research”, Addiction, 106, 9 September 2011.
Pienta, Amy M. 2009. Introduction to Volume III, Later Life. Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development (Editor in Chief: Deborah Carr and Associate Editors: Robert Crosnoe, Mary Elizabeth Hughes, Amy M. Pienta). MacMillan Reference USA, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning.
Pienta, Amy Mehraban. 2006. “Pensions, Policies, and Plan Types.” The Encyclopedia on Aging, 4th Edition. Springer Publishing.
Pienta, Amy Mehraban. 2003. “Retirement.” The World Book Encyclopedia.
Burr, Jeffrey A., Michael P. Massagli, Jan E. Mutchler, and Amy M. Pienta. 1995. “Labor Force Status and Transitions among Older African American and White Men.” Proceedings of the Annual Meetings of the American Statistical Association.
Pienta, Amy (Associate Editor). 2009. Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development (with Editor in Chief: Deborah Carr and Associate Editors: Robert Crosnoe and Mary Elizabeth Hughes). MacMillan Reference USA, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning.
Pienta, Amy M., George Alter, and Jared Lyle. 2010. “The Enduring Value of Social Science Research:
The Use and Reuse of Primary Research Data.” Presented at the BRICK, DIME, STRIKE Workshop, The Organisation, Economics, and Policy of Scientific Research, Turin, Italy, April 23‐24, 2010 (http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/78307)
Research Grant Awards:
ArtsEngine (U of M). Co-Investigator. “The SPARC Project: Supporting Practice in the Arts Practice and Curricula” Lauriie Baelfsky (Principal Investor) Total (for ICPSR): $61,288 Period: 9/1/2015-8/30/202018 National Institute on Drug Abuse. Principal Investigator. “Drug Abuse and HIV Data Archive” Total: $2,331,038.00. Period: August 1, 2014 to March 31, 2019.
National Endowment for the Arts. Principal Investigator. “Building an Arts Data Repository at ICPSR “ Total: $895,100.00 Period: April 1, 2014-3/31/2019.
National Institute on Aging. Principal Investigator. Retirement in the 1950s (with Jared Lyle).
Total: $77,750 period: 8/1/2012-7/31/2014.
National Institute on Aging. Co-Investigator. “Michigan Center for Urban African American Aging.” James Jackson (Principal Investigator). Total: 3,406,548. Period: 9/30/07National Institute on Drug Abuse. Principal Investigator. “National Drug Abuse and HIV Data Program.” Total: $750,000 (annually). Period 6/1/2011-3/31/2014.
Abt Associates (AHRQ). Principal Investigator. “Abt Technical Assistance to ARRA Complex Patient Grantees.” $686,612. Period 09/27/2010-09/26/13 NORC, University of Chicago (Health and Human Services). Principal Investigator. HIV Open Data Project Evaluation. Total: $66,578.00. Period: 9/18/12-9/17/13.
NIH/NICHD. Co-Investigator. Cross National Data on Early Life Conditions and Older Adult Health in Low, Middle and High Income Countries: A Pilot to Examine Data Quality.
McEniry (PI). Total: 15,000. Period: 1/1/13-12/31/13.
Foundation for Child Development. Principal Investigator. Prek-3rd Data Resource Center.
Total $9,843. Period: 7/1/12-6/30/13
Michigan Center for Demography of Aging. Principal Investigator. “Retirement in the 1950s:
Rebuilding a Longitudinal Database.” (with George Alter, James McNally, Jared Lyle).
Total: $5,000. Period 7/1/2010-6/30/2010.
Population Studies Center Small Grant.. Principal Investigator. “Retirement in the 1950s:
Rebuilding a Longitudinal Database.” (with George Alter, James McNally, Jared Lyle).
Total: $10,000. Period 7/1/2010-6/30/2010.
National Science Foundation. Principal Investigator. “Evaluating Impact of the 2009 American
Recovery and Reinvestment Act on Social Science: An NSF RAPID Proposal.” Total:
$199,879. Period July 1, 2009-June 30, 2010.
National Institute for Child Health and Human Development. Principal Investigator. “Preserving and Disseminating the NICHD Study of Early Child Care at ICPSR.” Total: $90,572.
National Institutes of Health. Principal Investigator. “Barriers and Opportunities for Sharing Research Data.” 1R01LM009765-01. Direct: $350,000. Period: 07/01/07-06/30/09.
Foundation for Child Development, Principal Investigator. “PK-3 Archive at ICPSR.” Total:
$228,742 Period: September 1, 2007-August 30, 2009.
National Institute on Aging. Co-Investigator. “Factors in Aging.” Myron Gutmann (Principal Investigator) Direct: $2,488,526 Period: 09/01/07-08/31/12.
Ethics in Public Life Steering Committee, Office of the Vice President for Research, University of Michigan. Principal Investigator. “Public Data Sharing in the Social Sciences.” Total $15,477 Period: January 1, 2007-4/30/2007.
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. Co-Investigator. “Demographic Data Sharing and Archiving.” Myron Gutmann (Principal Investigator). Total: $3,945,741 Period: July 1, 2004-June 30, 2009.
Library of Congress. Co-Investigator. “The Digital Social Science Acquisitions and Preservation
Partnership” Myron Gutmann (Principal Investigator). Total: $4,128,190. Period:
September 15, 2004-September 14, 2007.
Michigan Center for Demography of Aging. Principal Investigator “Improving Health Measurement in Nepal” Total: $60,000. Period: September 1, 2004 – August 30, 2009.
Michigan Center for Demography of Aging. Principal Investigator “Launching an International Database of Retirement, Health and Family Relationships in Later Life.” Total: $100,000.
Period: September 1, 2004 – August 30, 2009 National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. Co-Investigator. “Center for African American Urban Health” John Flack (Principal Investigator).
Marchionne Foundation Co-Investigator. “Never Married Adults in Middle and Later Life.” Tanya Koropeckyj-Cox (Principal Investigator).
University of Florida Opportunity Fund. Principal Investigator. “The consequences of earlier
life course experiences for older adult well-being.” Tanya Koropeckyj-Cox (CoInvestigator), Jeffrey Dwyer (Co-Investigator), Ann Horgas (Co-Investigator). Total:
$25,000. Period: 05/15/2002 – 05/14/2003.
Pfizer. Co-Principal Investigator. “High-Risk Decision Support System Intervention [DSSI] Trial.” John Flack (Principal Investigator). Total: $250,000. Period: 09/2000-08/2003.
Pfizer. Co-Investigator. “Multicenter Tri-Ethnic Male [TreM] Health Epidemiological Survey.” John Flack (Principal Investigator). Total: $1,215,304.27. Period: 01/01/2000National Institute on Aging. Principal Investigator. “Chronic Health Problems and Retirement.” Mark Hayward (Co-P.I.). Direct: $75,000. Period: 7/01/1998-6/30/2000.
AARP Andrus Foundation. Principal Investigator. “Marriage, Health, and Retirement.” Mark Hayward (Co-P.I.). Direct: $73,120. Period: 3/2/1998-2/28/2000.