Our extensive detection of young stars through the SPYGLASS program provides an incredible resource for the demographics of young objects. We also provide age dating for associations, so any objects contained within are also age dated. This allows for the identification of young planets, and age evolution studies on both stars and planets. For this reason, I have been involved with the THYME (TESS Hunt for Young and Maturing Exoplanets) collaboration and other TESS-related projects, and use my lists to contribute to our knowledge of young planets. My lists have already been used to identify three planets as members of young associations, and I am also more loosely involved in numerous other papers connected to my research group.
Contact me if you're interested in collaborating!