Seattle Epidemiologic Research and Information Center (ERIC)
Vietnam-Era Twin Registry Contact Information
If you would like more information about the Vietnam-Era Twin Registry, please feel free to contact us:
VA Puget Sound Health Care System
VET Registry, Seattle ERIC (Mailstop: S-152-E)
1660 S Columbian Way
Seattle, WA 98108
Toll-free Telephone Number: The new VET Registry toll-free phone number is: 1-800-329-8387. This leads directly to the VA Puget Sound Health Care System’s main operator. To bypass the automated message, dial the extension code 61964 at any time. If you have the old VET Registry phone number saved (1-866-774-9647), please note it will sunset after 12/30/2017.
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Nicholas L. Smith, PhD, is the Director of the Seattle ERIC, Director and Principal Investigator of the VET Registry, and is also Professor of Epidemiology at the University of Washington. His research interests include cardiovascular pharmaco- and pharmacogenetic epidemiology, clinical epidemiology, and health services research. He has been involved with VA-based epidemiologic and health services research for over a decade.
Jack Goldberg, PhD, MA, is the Senior Epidemiologist of the VET Registry, and is also a Research Professor of Epidemiology at the University of Washington. With more than 25 years of experience in the management and analysis of epidemiological studies and having worked at the VET Registry since 1983, Dr. Goldberg in an invaluable part of the VET Registry.
Cindy Liu, BA, is the Project Manager for the VET Registry. Her overall responsibilities include the day to day management of the Registry operations, general oversight of stuides, and management of research staff. Cindy keeps the Registry running smoothly, ensuring it will remain successful in the future.
Emily Wing, BS, is a Research Coordinator for the VET Registry. She assists with the daily needs of the VET Registry; with responsibilities ranging from helping with study recruitment to preparing IRB paperwork. Emily has over five years of research experience, which began during her undergraduate years at the University of Washington.
Shauna Biggs, MPH, is a Research Assistant for the VET Registry. She assists with the daily needs of the VET Registry including study recruitment, preparing IRB paperwork, data entry, and database maintenance.