CUPC well represented at 2021 Population Association of America conference

CUPC is proud of our affiliates’ forthcoming contributions at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America. Research will be presented representing each of CUPC’s five primary research areas including reproductive health, gene-environment interactions, health behaviors and disparities, migration, and environment and spatial demography.

Presenter (in bold)

Title of Paper/Poster

Session

Amanda Carrico
Katharine Donato (Georgetown)

“Climate variability and the timing of marriage in coastal Bangladesh”

1602-1: Environment, Migration, and Marriage

Brach Champion
Tania Barham
Gisella Kagy
(Vassar College)
Jena Hamadani
(ICDDR, Bangladesh)

“Long Term and Intergenerational Impacts of Quasi-Random Child Health and Family Planning Program in Bangladesh on Health and Human Capital”

308: Period and Cohort Effects on Child/Adolescent Health and Adjustment

Brach Champion
Corey Woodruff
Zachary Szlendak (IDA, Alexandria, VA)

“When Does Matching by Race Matter for Big Brother Big Sister Youth Outcomes?”

poster session

Dylan Connor (ASU)
Lori Hunter
Myron Gutmann
Stefan Leyk

“Sequences of demographic and economic change across small, rural places in the United States,
1980-2018”

613: Socio-spatial Inequality in Economic Well-being

David Cook-Martin

“How temporary worker programs shape migration policies and patterns in the United States”

1213: Temporary, Circular and Return Migration

Trent Davidson
Jason Boardman
Lori Hunter

“Exploring Rural-Urban Differences in Polygenic Associations for Health among Older Adults in the United States”

1001: Biosocial Approaches to Population Health

Cyrus Hester
Stefan Leyk
Lori Hunter
Myron Gutmann
Jeremiah Nieves
Dylan Connor (ASU)

“Examining the Spatial Heterogeneity of Rural-Urban Mortality in Colorado”

Poster Session

Aubrey Limburg 

“A Multilevel Analysis of Where Older Adults Die”

114: Socioeconomic and Geographic Disparities in Later Life

Aubrey Limburg
Stefanie Mollborn

“Mothers’ Sexual Identity and Children’s Health”

821: Sexual and Gender Minorities

Ryan Masters
Catherine Talbot
Zach Cramer

“Increases in Obesity Prevalence and Changes in U.S. Active Life Expectancy, 1990 – 2010”

1002: Computational Approaches to Population Health

Terra McKinnish
Hani Mansour
(CU Denver)

“Male Wage Inequality and the Characteristics of Early-Mover Marriages”

720: Union Formation

Fernando Riosmena
Emma Aguila (USC)
Jenna Nobles
(U. of Wisconsin)
Jacqueline Torres (UCSF)

“Immigrant adaptation and the ‘impacts’ of Mexico-U.S. migration on healthy aging: a binational examination”

1211: Migration and Aging

Daniel Simon

“State-level Social Safety Nets and their Influence on Rising U.S. Suicide Mortality”

1018: Flash: Spatial and Geographic Disparities in Health

Amanda Stevenson

“Banning Induced Abortion in the US Would Increase Pregnancy-related Deaths Even Without Increases in Unsafe Abortion”

801: Abortion

Catherine Talbot
Lori Hunter
Dylan Connor (ASU)
Stefan Leyk
Taylor Jaworski

“Urban-Rural Differentials in Mortality Among Older Adults from Extreme Environmental Events”

1601 Climate Change and Health

Andrea Tilstra
Zachary Cramer
Daniel Simon
Ryan Masters

“US State Differences in Rates of Labor Induction, 1990-2015”

1018: Flash: Spatial and Geographic Disparities in Health

Andrea Tilstra
Brian Houle
(ANU)
Chodziwadziwa Kabudula
(UW, S. Africa)
Xavier Gomez-Olive (Harvard)
Sanyu Mojola
(Princeton)
Enid Schatz
(U. of Missouri)
Samuel Clark
(U. of Washington)
Nicole Angotti
(American U.)
Jane Menken

“Twin Epidemics: Interaction Effects of HIV and Hypertension on Mortality Risk in Rural South Africa, 2010-2016”

1301: Adult Mortality in Low and Middle Income Countries

Johannes Uhl
Stefan Leyk
Lori Hunter
Catherine Talbot
Dylan Connor (ASU)
Jeremiah Nieves
Myron Gutmann

“A fine-grained, versatile index of remoteness to characterize place-level rurality”

Poster Session

Sara Yeatman
Amanda Stevenson
Katie Genadek
Stefanie Mollborn
Jane Menken

“The impact of expanded contraceptive access on postsecondary enrollment”

606-1: Global Perspectives on Gender and Education

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