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Cancelled: Oct 19, 2018 Early Childhood Development in Rural China: Evidence from the Qingling Cohort Study
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Competing Risk Data Analysis
Speaker: Dr. C. Suchindran, Professor of Biostatistics, UNC-CH; Faculty Fellow, Carolina Population Center
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Compression of Morbidity: Change over Time in the Morbidity Process
Speaker: Dr. Eileen Crimmins, AARP Professor of Gerontology, University of Southern California
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Early Environments, Inflammation, and the Perpetuation of Health Disparities within and Across Generations
Speaker: Dr. Thomas McDade, Professor of Anthropology & Director, Laboratory for Human Biology Research, Northwestern University; CPC Training Program Alumnus
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Economic Boom, Population Aging, and Policy Shift: What’s Ahead for China?
Speaker: Dr. Yong Cai, Assistant Professor of Sociology, UNC-CH; Faculty Fellow, Carolina Population Center
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Environmental Contaminants and Inequality in Chronic Disease Morbidity: Arsenic and Cardiometabolic Risk
Speaker: Dr. Michelle Mendez, Assistant Professor of Nutrition, UNC-CH; Faculty Fellow, Carolina Population Center
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Feb 1, 2019 A Large-Scale Binational Survey of International Migrants from Rural Bangladesh
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Feb 8, 2019 Frontiers in Women's Nutrition: Agenda for Research and Action
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Feb 15, 2019 Research Methods Seminar: An Overview of Autoregressive, Latent Growth Curve, and ALT Models for Longitudinal Data
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Feb 22, 2019 Biological Mediators and Moderators of Social Disadvantage
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