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Meet the Carolina Population Center Faculty Fellows elected in 2023

July 17, 2023

The Carolina Population Center’s Faculty Fellows elected eight UNC faculty members to join the CPC Fellows program in 2023. Regina Baker, Sociology As a sociologist with training in both sociology and social work, Dr. Baker's research is fundamentally concerned with poverty and inequality and seeks to understand the factors that create, maintain, and shape socioeconomic…

CPC welcomes new external affiliates

July 5, 2023

The Carolina Population Center (CPC) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has selected 11 population researchers from across North Carolina and South Carolina for external affiliate appointments. The external affiliates represent a broad array of institutions and fields. The group includes researchers who study reproductive health, the labor market, marriage and family,…


Welcome CPC Summer interns!

May 22, 2023

Name Preceptor Project  Stephanie Forlemu Keely Muscatell Effects of Anti-Black Racism on the Brain and Immune System Annie Flanagan Bob Hummer Add Health Madison Jacobs Paul Delamater Agent-Based Modeling of the COVID-19 Pandemic in North Carolina” Sam Kornylak Conghe Song Disparate Impacts of Salinity Intrusion on People and Communities in Eastern North Carolina Elizabeth Regan…

SOGI-SES Data Released

May 15, 2023

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Batsis to Lead 52-week Clinical Trial on Weight Loss in Older Adults

April 17, 2023

John Batsis, MD, associate professor of medicine, will lead a team of researchers at the UNC School of Medicine and the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health in conducting a clinical study to determine best interventions to help older individuals lose weight and improve health. There is a growing epidemic of obesity in older…

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