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Demography Daze: May 13

May 7, 2019

The annual Demography Daze event is a collaboration between UNC’s Carolina Population Center and Duke University’s Population Research Institute.

Demography Daze
13 May 2019
Carolina Population Center
2002 Carolina Square 

1-2:15: Bridget Goosby

“It Takes a Village: What Interdisciplinarity and Biosocial Methods tell us about Health Disparities”

2:15-2:25: Break

2:25-3:55:  Session 1

  • Intergenerational Fitness Effects of Early Adversity in Wild Baboons – Matthew Zipple (Duke University), Elizabeth A Archie (University of Notre Dame), Jenny Tung (Duke University), Jeanne Altmann (Princeton University), and Susan C Alberts (Duke University)
  • Who Makes the Grade? A Gene-Environment Analysis of the Mechanism of Educational Attainment – David Braudt (UNC)
  • Curtailing Access to Alcohol: Evidence on the Impact over Infant Health in Brazil – Romina Tome (Duke)

3:55-4:15 Break

4:15-5:15 Session 2 Flash talks

  • Trends in Educational Attainment of Recent Immigrants to the United States – Marwa K. AlFakhri, (Duke)
  • Until ICE Do Us Apart: Tracking Family Disruptions among Pregnant Immigrant Women in NC – Marcos Rangel and Christina Gibson-Davis (Duke)
  • Dissemination of Insemination: Estimates of Donor Insemination in the United States, 1995-2017- Rachel Arocho (UNC)
  • The Retrospective Reproductive Calendar: A Closer Look at Reliability – Kat Tumlinson (UNC)
  • Regional, Racial, and Socioeconomic Disparities in Life Expectancy with Hearing Impairment in the U.S. – Jessie West and Scott Lynch (Duke)
  • Using High Resolution Satellite Imagery and Neural Networks to Measure Destruction and Reconstruction after a Disaster-Eric Peshkin (Duke), Elizabeth Frankenberg (UNC), Keenan Karrigan (UNC), Peter Katz (Duke), Cecep Sumantri (SurveyMETER) and Duncan Thomas (Duke).

5:15-6:15 Reception