The collaborative nature of the Carolina Population Center fuels continuous combinations and recombinations of research teams that produce a broad array of data, publications, and resources available to the research community. We also summarize findings from the Center’s work for dissemination to researchers and the general public.
CPC’s decades-long data collections efforts – including Add Health, the China Health and Nutrition Survey, and the Cebu Longitudinal Health and Nutrition Survey – make datasets and codebooks available to researchers.
Our library provides population-relevant information and resources to population scientists, research sponsors, and the public.
Read the latest updates on the research taking place at the Center.
The searchable list includes peer-reviewed publications by CPC fellows, predoctoral trainees, postdoctoral scholars, and professional staff during the period of 2004 – present.
A strong sense of community and stimulating intellectual conversations at our seminars and other events help drive the production of innovative data and research.
CPC provides a broad array of research tools and publications to the population and health information system research communities.