Publications list

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1. Maier, H., Gampe, J., Jeune, B., Vaupel, J. W., & Robine, J.-M. (2010). Supercentenarians. Springer.

2. Maier, H., Jeune, B., & Vaupel, J. W. (2021). Exceptional lifespans. Springer Nature.


Books and book chapters:

3. Altman, B. M. (2016). International measurement of disability: purpose, method and application (Vol. 61). Springer.

4. Arai, Y., Takayama, M., Inagaki, H., Gondo, Y., Masui, Y., & Hirose, N. (2015). Centenarian studies: An interdisciplinary research on healthy longevity. In Aging Mechanisms (pp. 31–49). Springer.

5. Bourbeau, R., & Desjardins, B. (2007). Mortality at extreme ages and data quality: The Canadian experience. In Human Longevity, Individual Life Duration, and the Growth of the Oldest-Old Population (pp. 167–185). Springer.

6. Bruzzone, S., Barbi, E., & Caselli, G. (2010). Italian supercentenarians: Age validation of deaths from 1969 to 2000. In Supercentenarians (pp. 137–150). Springer.

7. Cournil, A., Robine, J.-M., Maier, H., Gampe, J., & Vaupel, J. W. (2010). The international database on longevity: structure and contents. In Supercentenarians (pp. 31–40). Springer.

8. Gómez-Redondo, R., & Domènech, R. (2021). A Life Cycle of Extreme Survival Spanning Three Stages: Ana Vela Rubio (1901–2017). In Exceptional Lifespans (pp. 267–283). Springer, Cham.

9. Gómez-Redondo, R., & González, J. M. G. (2010). Emergence and verification of supercentenarians in Spain. In Supercentenarians (pp. 151–171). Springer.

10. Jdanov, D. A., Shkolnikov, V. M., & Gellers-Barkmann, S. (2021). The International Database on Longevity: Data Resource Profile. In Exceptional Lifespans (pp. 13–25). Springer, Cham.

11. Kestenbaum, B. (2021). Semi-supercentenarians in the United States. In Exceptional Lifespans (pp. 191–201). Springer, Cham.

12. Kestenbaum, B., & Ferguson, B. R. (2010). Supercentenarians in the United States. In Supercentenarians (pp. 43–58). Springer.

13. Lenart, A., Aburto, J. M., Stockmarr, A., & Vaupel, J. W. (2021). The human longevity record may hold for decades: Jeanne Calment’s extraordinary record is not evidence for an upper limit to human lifespan. In Exceptional Lifespans (pp. 49–55). Springer, Cham.

14. Maier, H., Gampe, J., Jeune, B., Vaupel, J. W., & Robine, J.-M. (2010). Supercentenarians. Springer.

15. Maier, H., Jeune, B., & Vaupel, J. W. (2021). Exceptional lifespans. Springer Nature.

16. Mallock, W., Riege, U., & Stahl, M. (2016). Datenbanken. In Informationsressourcen für die Sozialwissenschaften (pp. 201–259). Springer.

17. Meslé, F., & Vallin, J. (2021). Causes of death at very old ages, including for supercentenarians. In Exceptional Lifespans (pp. 69–84). Springer, Cham.

18. Meslé, F., Vallin, J., Robine, J.-M., Desplanques, G., & Cournil, A. (2010). Supercentenarians in France. In Supercentenarians (pp. 119–136). Springer.

19. Nay, R., & Garratt, S. (2009). Nursing older people: issues and innovations. Elsevier Health Sciences.

20. Ouellette, N., Meslé, F., Vallin, J., & Robine, J.-M. (2021). Supercentenarians and Semi-supercentenarians in France. In Exceptional Lifespans (pp. 105–123). Springer, Cham.

21. Poulain, M. (2010). On the age validation of supercentenarians. In Supercentenarians (pp. 3–30). Springer.

22. Poulain, M. (2019). Individual longevity versus population longevity. In Centenarians (pp. 53–70). Springer.

23. Poulain, M., & Mackowicz, J. (2021). Positive Ageing and Learning from Centenarians: Living Longer and Better. Routledge.

24. Robine, J., & Jagger, C. (2003). What do we know about the cognitive status of supercentenarians? In Brain and Longevity (pp. 145–152). Springer.

25. Robine, J.-M. (2007). Research issues on human longevity. In Human longevity, individual life duration, and the growth of the oldest-old population (pp. 7–42). Springer.

26. Rocchi, P. (2017). Reliability is a New Science: Gnedenko Was Right. Springer.

27. Saito, Y. (2010). Supercentenarians in Japan. In Supercentenarians (pp. 75–99). Springer.

28. Siegel, J. S. (2012). Concepts and Theories of Longevity. In The Demography and Epidemiology of Human Health and Aging (pp. 685–729). Springer.

29. Stone, L. F. (2003). Studies in the demography of supercentenarians in the United States. University of Pennsylvania.

30. Teixeira, L., Araújo, L., Paúl, C., & Ribeiro, O. (2020a). Centenarian Studies Across Europe. In Centenarians (pp. 53–65). Springer.

31. Teixeira, L., Araújo, L., Paúl, C., & Ribeiro, O. (2020b). Centenarians: A European Overview. Springer.

32. Teixeira, L., Araújo, L., Paúl, C., & Ribeiro, O. (2020c). Methodological Note. In Centenarians (pp. 9–19). Springer.

33. Teixeira, L., Araújo, L., Paúl, C., & Ribeiro, O. (2020d). Profiling European Centenarians. In Centenarians (pp. 21–51). Springer.

34. Villavicencio, F., & Aburto, J. M. (2021). Does the risk of death continue to rise among supercentenarians? In Exceptional Lifespans (pp. 37–48). Springer, Cham.

35. Wagner, P. (2011). Vitality heterogeneity in the strehler-mildvan theory of mortality. Max-Planck-Inst. für Demografische Forschung.

36. Wessig, K. (2015). Das mobile Internet und seine mögliche Bedeutung für die Zukunftsmärkte alternder sich wandelnder Gesellschaften. In Marktplätze im Umbruch (pp. 483–493). Springer.

37. Young, R. (2010). Age 115 or more in the United States: Fact or fiction? In Supercentenarians (pp. 247–284). Springer.

38. Young, R. D. (2021). 113 in 1928? Validation of Delina Filkins as the First “Second-Century Teenager.” In Exceptional Lifespans (pp. 241–255). Springer, Cham.


Scientific journal articles:

39. Alvarez, J.-A., Villavicencio, F., Strozza, C., & Camarda, C. G. (2021). Regularities in human mortality after age 105. PloS one, 16(7), e0253940.

40. Arai, Y., Inagaki, H., Takayama, M., Abe, Y., Saito, Y., Takebayashi, T., et al. (2014). Physical independence and mortality at the extreme limit of life span: supercentenarians study in Japan. Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biomedical Sciences and Medical Sciences, 69(4), 486–494.

41. Barbi, E., Lagona, F., Marsili, M., Vaupel, J. W., & Wachter, K. W. (2018). The plateau of human mortality: Demography of longevity pioneers. Science, 360(6396), 1459–1461.

42. Belzile, L. R., Davison, A. C., Gampe, J., Rootzén, H., & Zholud, D. (2021). Is there a cap on longevity? A statistical review. arXiv preprint arXiv:2104.07843.

43. Belzile, L. R., Davison, A. C., Rootzén, H., & Zholud, D. (2020). Human mortality at extreme age. arXiv preprint arXiv:2001.04507.

44. Braaksma, B. (2016). MODERNISATION AT STATISTICS NETHERLANDS: A STRATEGIC AGENDA. Eesti Statistika Kvartalikiri.

45. Brown, N. J., Albers, C. J., & Ritchie, S. J. (2017). Contesting the evidence for limited human lifespan. Nature, 546(7660), E6–E7.

46. Brown, R. L. (2012). H. Maier, J. Gampe, B. Jeune, JM. Robine, and J. Vaupel (Eds.). 2010. Supercentenarians. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag. Canadian Studies in Population [ARCHIVES], 39(1–2), 135–140.

47. Camarda, C. G., Dang, L. H. K., Meslé, F., Robine, J.-M., & Vallin, J. (2020). RE: Premature claim of a plateau of human mortality: the role of sample size.

48. Camarda, G. (2021). Regularities in human mortality after age 105.

49. Carey, J. R. (2010). Heiner Maier, Jutta Gampe, Bernard Jeune, Jean‐Marie Robine, and James W. Vaupel (eds.): Supercentenarians.

50. Caselli, G., Battaglini, M., & Capacci, G. (2018). Journal of Ageing Science.

51. Caselli, G., Battaglini, M., & Capacci, G. (2020). Beyond one hundred: A cohort analysis of Italian centenarians and semisupercentenarians. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, 75(3), 591–600.

52. Cheung, S. L. K., ROBINE, J. M., & Caselli, G. (2008). The use of cohort and period data to explore changes in adult longevity in low mortality countries. Genus, 101–129.

53. Cheung, S. L. K., Robine, J.-M., Paccaud, F., & Marazzi, A. (2009). Dissecting the compression of mortality in Switzerland, 1876-2005. Demographic Research, 21, 569–598.

54. Cheung, S. L. K., Robine, J.-M., Tu, E. J.-C., & Caselli, G. (2005). Three dimensions of the survival curve: Horizontalization, verticalization, and longevity extension. Demography, 42(2), 243–258.

55. COLES, T. O. L. (n.d.). Searching for the Secrets Of the Super Old.

56. Dang, H. K. L., Meslé, F., & Ouellette, N. (n.d.). Risques de décès aux âges extrêmes de la vie Premiers résultats sur la population française, belge et canadienne-française.

57. Davison, A. (2018). “The life of man, solitary, poore, nasty, brutish, and short”: Discussion of the paper by Rootzen and Zholud. Extremes, 21(ARTICLE), 365–372.

58. de Grey, A. D. (2017). Response to Milholland et al.(Rejuvenation Res. 2017; 20: 437–440). Rejuvenation research, 20(5), 440–441.

59. Doblhammer, G. (2006). Das Alter ist weiblich. Der Gynäkologe, 39(5), 346–353.

60. Doblhammer, G., Scholz, R., & Maier, H. (2005). Month of birth and survival to age 105+: Evidence from the age validation study of German semi-supercentenarians. Experimental Gerontology, 40(10), 829–835.

61. Dong, X., Milholland, B., & Vijg, J. (2016). Evidence for a limit to human lifespan. Nature, 538(7624), 257–259.

62. Erten-Lyons, D., Sherbakov, L. O., Piccinin, A. M., Hofer, S. M., Dodge, H. H., Quinn, J. F., et al. (2012). Review of selected databases of longitudinal aging studies. Alzheimer’s & Dementia, 8(6), 584–589.

63. Feifel, J., Genz, M., & Pauly, M. (2017). Who wants to live forever? An analysis of the maximum lifespan in the US. Preprint: Institute of Statistics, Ulm University.

64. Feifel, J., Genz, M., & Pauly, M. (2018). The Myth of Immortality: An Analysis of the Maximum Lifespan of US Females. Preprint, Ulm University and Institute for Finance-and Actuarial Science, Ulm. url: https://www. ifa-ulm. de/fileadmin/user upload/download/forschung/2018 ifa Feifel-etal The-Myth-of-Immortality-An Analysis-of-the-Maximum-Lifespan-of-US-Females. pdf.

65. Ferreira, A., & Huang, F. (2018). Is human life limited or unlimited? (A discussion of the paper by Holger Rootzén and Dmitrii Zholud). Extremes, 21(3), 373–382.

66. Finch, C. E., Beltrán-Sánchez, H., & Crimmins, E. M. (2014). Uneven futures of human lifespans: Reckonings from Gompertz mortality rates, climate change, and air pollution. Gerontology, 60(2), 183–188.

67. Finkelstein, M. (2012). On ordered subpopulations and population mortality at advanced ages. Theoretical population biology, 81(4), 292–299.


69. Furber, J. (2018). SYSTEMS BIOLOGY OF HUMAN AGING-NETWORK MODEL 2018. Innovation in Aging, 2(suppl_1), 888–888.

70. Gavrilov, L. A., & Gavrilova, N. S. (2011). Mortality measurement at advanced ages: a study of the Social Security Administration Death Master File. North American actuarial journal, 15(3), 432–447.

71. Gavrilova, N., & Gavrilov, L. (2018). Testing the limit to human lifespan hypothesis with data on supercentenarians. Innovation in Aging, 2(Suppl 1), 888.

72. Gavrilova, N. S., & Gavrilov, L. A. (2015). Biodemography of old-age mortality in humans and rodents. Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biomedical Sciences and Medical Sciences, 70(1), 1–9.

73. Gavrilova, N. S., & Gavrilov, L. A. (2020). Are we approaching a biological limit to human longevity? The Journals of Gerontology: Series A, 75(6), 1061–1067.

74. Gavrilova, N. S., Gavrilov, L. A., & Krut’ko, V. N. (2017). Mortality trajectories at exceptionally high ages: A study of supercentenarians. Living to 100 monograph, 2017(1B).

75. Gbari, S., Denuit, M., & Trufin, J. (n.d.). QUAND VILFREDO PARETO RENCONTRE JEANNE CALMENT….

76. Gbari, S., Poulain, M., Dal, L., & Denuit, M. (2017). Extreme value analysis of mortality at the oldest ages: a case study based on individual ages at death. North American Actuarial Journal, 21(3), 397–416.

77. Geddes, L. (2016). Human age limit claim sparks debate. Nature News.

78. Gibbs, P., & Zak, N. (n.d.). Review of Longevity Validations at Extreme Ages.

79. González, J. M. G., & Marín, R. G. (2018). Evaluación de la calidad de las estadísticas españolas de mortalidad a edades avanzadas. Boletín de la Asociación de Geógrafos Españoles, (76), 455–478.

80. Güttler, J., Shah, R., Georgoulas, C., & Bock, T. (2015). Unobtrusive tremor detection and measurement via human-machine interaction. Procedia Computer Science, 63, 467–474.

81. Huang, F., Maller, R., Milholland, B., & Ning, X. (2021). A Mixture Model Incorporating Individual Heterogeneity in Human Lifetimes. bioRxiv.

82. Hughes, B. G., & Hekimi, S. (2017). Many possible maximum lifespan trajectories. Nature, 546(7660), E8–E9.

83. Jagger, C. (2005). The relationship between increasing life expectancy and healthy life expectancy.

84. Jasilionis, D., & Jdanov, D. A. (2020). Health and Survival in the Elderly: Causes of Death, Disability, and Health Expectancy in Global Perspective. Handbook of Global Health, 1–20.

85. Kashnitsky, I. (2017). A cohort is not representative of humanity.

86. Kašpar, D. (2012). Vybrané teoretické a analytické přístupy demografie k úmrtnosti v nejvyšších věcích: ilustrace na vybraných státech.

87. Keiding, N. (2018). Comments to Rootzén & Zholud: Human life is unlimited–but short. Extremes, 21(3), 383–386.

88. Klüsener, S., & Scholz, R. D. (2013). Regional hot spots of exceptional longevity in Germany. Vienna yearbook of population research, 137–163.

89. Lan Karen Cheung, S., & Robine, J.-M. (2007). Increase in common longevity and the compression of mortality: The case of Japan. Population studies, 61(1), 85–97.

90. Le Bourg, E. (2012). Forecasting continuously increasing life expectancy: what implications? Ageing research reviews, 11(2), 325–328.

91. Lenart, A., Aburto, J. M., Stockmarr, A., & Vaupel, J. W. (2018). The human longevity record may hold for decades. arXiv preprint arXiv:1809.03732.

92. Lenart, A., & Vaupel, J. W. (2017). Questionable evidence for a limit to human lifespan. Nature, 546(7660), E13–E14.

93. Leslie, M. (2008). Searching for the secrets of the super old.

94. Li, H., Tan, K. S., Tuljapurkar, S., & Zhu, W. (2021). Gompertz law revisited: Forecasting mortality with a multi-factor exponential model. Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 99, 268–281.

95. Maier, H. (n.d.). Bernard Jeune James W. Vaupel.

96. Maier, H., Scholz, R., & für demografische Forschung, M. (2003). Aktuelle Sterblichkeitsentwicklungen und extreme Langlebigkeit. CD-ROM „Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, 229–235.

97. MESTO, V. S. N., & MESTO, F. Z. Z. V. N. (2015). Celostna obravnava pacienta: Starostnik v zdravstvenem in socialnem varstvu.

98. Milholland, B., Dong, X., & Vijg, J. (2017). “Best-Guess” MRAD Provides Robust Evidence for a Limit to Human Lifespan: Reply to de Grey (Rejuvenation Res. 2017; 20: 261–262). Rejuvenation research, 20(5), 437–440.

99. Milholland, B., Dong, X., & Vijg, J. (2018). The shortness of human life constitutes its limit. arXiv preprint arXiv:1803.04024.

100. Milidonis, A. (2015). Multi-population mortality risk in Asia-Pacific. Available at SSRN 2660691.

101. Missov, T. I., & Finkelstein, M. (2011). Admissible mixing distributions for a general class of mixture survival models with known asymptotics. Theoretical population biology, 80(1), 64–70.

102. Missov, T. I., & Vaupel, J. W. (2015). Mortality implications of mortality plateaus. siam REVIEW, 57(1), 61–70.

103. Mook Weon, B. (2004). Demographic trajectories for supercentenarians. arXiv e-prints, q-bio.

104. Muth, E., & Doblhammer, G. (2007). MicMac-Bridging the micro-macro gap in population forecasting Part of Deliverable 18. Future Trends in morbidity and mortality in Europe.

105. Nepomuceno, M. R., & Turra, C. M. (2020). The population of centenarians in Brazil: historical estimates from 1900 to 2000. Population and Development Review, 46(4), 813–833.

106. Newman, S., & Easteal, S. (2017). The dynamic upper limit of human lifespan. F1000Research, 6.

107. Newman, S. J. (2020). Supercentenarian and remarkable age records exhibit patterns indicative of clerical errors and pension fraud. bioRxiv, 704080.

108. Ouellette, N., & Bourbeau, R. (2014). Measurement of mortality among centenarians in Canada. Living to 100 Monograph, 17.

109. Pearce, M., & Raftery, A. E. (2021). Probabilistic forecasting of maximum human lifespan by 2100 using Bayesian population projections. Demographic Research, 44, 1271–1294.

110. Perls, T., Kohler, I. V., Andersen, S., Schoenhofen, E., Pennington, J., Young, R., et al. (2007). Survival of parents and siblings of supercentenarians. The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, 62(9), 1028–1034.

111. Perls, T. T. (2006). Characteristics of 32 Supercentenarians.

112. Poon, L. W., & Perls, T. T. (2007). The trials and tribulations of studying the oldest old. Annual review of gerontology and geriatrics, 27(1), 1–10.

113. Poulain, M. (2011). Exceptional longevity in Okinawa: A plea for in-depth validation. Demographic research, 25, 245–284.

114. Poulain, M. (2016). THE FUTURE OF LONGEVITY. Eesti Statistika Kvartalikiri.

115. Poulain, M., & Herm, A. (2021). Blue zone. Positive Ageing and Learning from Centenarians: Living Longer and Better.

116. Poulain, M., Herm, A., & Pes, G. (2016a). Blue Zones: aires de longévité exceptionnelle de par le monde. Gérontologie et société, 38(3), 55–70.

117. Poulain, M., Herm, A., & Pes, G. (2016b). Hot-spots of exceptional longevity around the world. Gerontologie et societe, 38(3), 55–70.

118. Robin-Champigneul, F. (2020). Jeanne Calment’s Unique 122-Year Life Span: Facts and Factors; Longevity History in Her Genealogical Tree. Rejuvenation research, 23(1), 19–47.

119. Robine, J., Cournil, A., Gampe, J., & Vaupel, J. (2005). IDL, the International database on longevity’, living to 100 and beyond. Orlando: Society of Actuaries, 493, 51.

120. Robine, J.-M. (2007). Extreme longevity and data quality. Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics, 27(1), 151–172.

121. Robine, J.-M. (n.d.). Ageing populations: We are living longer lives, but are we healthier?

122. Robine, J.-M., Allard, M., Herrmann, F. R., & Jeune, B. (2019). The real facts supporting Jeanne Calment as the oldest ever human. The Journals of Gerontology: Series A, 74(Supplement_1), S13–S20.

123. Robine, J.-M., Cheung, S. L. K., & Horiuchi, S. (2010). Arthur Roger Thatcher’s contributions to longevity research: A Reflexion. Demographic research, 22, 539.

124. Robine, J.-M., Jagger, C., & Crimmins, E. M. (2013). Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Volume 33, 2013: Healthy Longevity.

125. Robine, J.-M., & Saito, Y. (2003). Survival beyond age 100: The case of Japan. Population and Development Review, 29, 208–228.

126. Robine, J.-M., Saito, Y., & Jagger, C. (2003). The emergence of extremely old people: the case of Japan. Experimental gerontology, 38(7), 735–739.

127. Robine, J.-M., & Vaupel, J. W. (2002). Emergence of supercentenarians in low-mortality countries. North American Actuarial Journal, 6(3), 54–63.

128. Rootzén, H., & Zholud, D. (2017). Human life is unlimited–but short. Extremes, 20(4), 713–728.

129. Scelzo, A. (2019). The complex journey into longevity: helping the oldest-old to live happier. International psychogeriatrics, 31(11), 1527–1529.

130. Segers, J. (2018). Comments on “Human life is unlimited–but short” by H. Rootzén and D. Zholud. Extremes, 21(3), 387–390.

131. Sekhar, R., Kumar, P., Minard, C., & Liu, C. (2018). REVERSING AGING BY IMPROVING ENERGETICS, STRENGTH, COGNITION AND INFLAMMATION IN OLDER HUMANS: ROLE OF GLUTATHIONE. Innovation in Aging, 2(suppl_1), 887–887.

132. Siegel, J. (2005). The great debate on the outlook for human longevity: exposition and evaluation of two divergent views. Society of Actuaries.

133. Solé-Ribalta, A., & Borge-Holthoefer, J. (2018). Socio-economic constraints to maximum human lifespan. arXiv preprint arXiv:1806.11376.

134. Stoev, S. A., & Bhattacharya, S. (2018). Inference on the endpoint of human lifespan and its inherent statistical difficulty. Extremes, 21(3), 391–404.

135. Vallin, J. (2020). Why are supercentenarians so frequently found in French Overseas Departments? The cases of Guadeloupe and Martinique. Genus, 76(1), 1–17.

136. van Ginneken, J., & van Nimwegen, N. (2011). Oud, ouder,.... oudst. Demos: bulletin over bevolking en samenleving, 27(7), 6–7.

137. Vanella, P. (2017). A principal component model for forecasting age-and sex-specific survival probabilities in Western Europe. Zeitschrift für die gesamte Versicherungswissenschaft, 106(5), 539–554.

138. Vijg, J., & Le Bourg, E. (2017). Aging and the inevitable limit to human life span. Gerontology, 63(5), 432–434.

139. Wróblewska, W. (2012). Długowieczność i zmiany maksymalnego trwania życia—wyzwania dla statystyki. Wiadomości Statystyczne. The Polish Statistician, 57(11), 1–12.

140. Wunsch, G. (2011). H. Maier, J. Gampe, JW Vaupel and J.-M. Robine (eds.): Supercentenarians. Demographic Research Monographs. European Journal of Population, 27(4), 517.

141. Yan, L., & Denuit, M. (n.d.). Extreme Value Analysis of Mortality at Age Beyond 105.

142. Young, R. (2020). If Jeanne Calment Were 122, That Is All the More Reason for Biosampling. Rejuvenation research, 23(1), 48–64.

143. Young, R., & Kroczek, W. J. (2020). Age 115+ in the USA: An Update. Exceptional Lifespans, 317.

144. Young, Robert D, Desjardins, B., McLaughlin, K., Poulain, M., & Perls, T. T. (2010). Typologies of extreme longevity myths. Current gerontology and geriatrics research, 2010.

145. Young, Robert Douglas. (2008). African American longevity advantage: Myth or reality? A racial comparison of supercentenarian data.

146. Young, Robert Douglas. (2013). The book that took 300 years to publish.

147. Baskakov, V., & Bartunova, A. (2018). Nonparametric estimation of multivariate distribution function from truncated-censored lifetime type data. Actuary, (1), 50-57.

148. Y. Nakanishi. (2019). The problem of life expectancy at age 115 in medical research. Annual Report of the Oyasato Research Institute, Tenri University.

149. Yasumichi Arai & Nobuyoshi Hirose. (2018). 4. A medical biological study of supercentenarians. Journal of the Japan Geriatrics Society, 55(4), 578-583.


Conferences Papers:

150. Rau, R., Ebeling, M., Peters, F., Bohk-Ewald, C., & Missov, T. (2017). Where is the level of the mortality plateau. Presented at the Living to 100 Symposium of the Society of Actuaries, Orlando, FL.

151. Zak, N. (2018). Non-aging or lifelong rents (pp. 137-153). Presented at the Papers of the IOIP.