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CPC at PAA 2023

March 28, 2023

The Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America will be April 12-15, 2023 in New Orleans, LA. Listed below are the sessions presented by CPC Faculty Fellows, postdoctoral scholars, predoctoral and undergraduate trainees, and staff members. The final program is available (pdf).   Thursday, April 13, 2023 8:00 – 9:15 AM Race, Color, and…

Remembering Chirayath (Suchi) Suchindran

March 27, 2023

Chirayath (Suchi) Madhavan Suchindran, Fellow Emeritus at the Carolina Population Center and Professor Emeritus in the Department of Biostatistics, passed away on Saturday, March 25, 2023. [caption id="attachment_127890" align="alignright" width="300"] Chirayath M. Suchindran, PhD[/caption] Suchi was a mathematical demographer and served as the leading biostatistician in the statistical services core of the Carolina Population Research…

Chirayath M. Suchindran, PhD

Adverse birth outcomes worse for foreign-born Latina mothers during Trump administration

March 1, 2023

A number of studies have shown that the election of President Trump in 2016 generated harmful consequences for the health and well-being of Latinx people in the United States. Several students have linked Trump’s anti-immigrant and anti-Latinx policies with increased levels of stress and anxiety among Latinx people in the US, as well as a…

New Add Health Data Release

February 20, 2023

Add Health

A new study examines the impacts of small wildfires that can add up over time

February 15, 2023

Summary of findings: Past studies have suggested that wealthier people are at higher risk from fires But, when you look at fire frequency, the opposite is true The impacts of small fires can add up over time – this is potentially exacerbated by the fact that we tend to focus only on the big, newsworthy…

forest fire

As extreme weather events become more often and intensify, the number of people and places exposed to flooding events is likely to grow.

February 7, 2023

As extreme weather events become more often and intensify, the number of people and places exposed to flooding events is likely to grow. But until now, surprisingly little was known about how floodplain development patterns vary across communities. [caption id="attachment_126641" align="alignright" width="150"] Miyuki Hino[/caption] A new study from researchers at the University of North Carolina…

Faculty Fellow Sachiko Ozawa serves on expert panel for new report on socioeconomic impact of science and health misinformation

January 26, 2023

A new report released by the Council of Canadian Academies examines the socioeconomic impacts of science and health misinformation, and describes best practices for identifying and responding to misinformation. CPC Faculty Fellow Sachiko Ozawa, a heath economist and associate professor in the Eshelman School of Pharmacy, served as a panel member for the report, entitled…