Monday, Jan 12
Filiz Garip, Changing Dynamics of Mexico-U.S. Migration
Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Director, Data Sharing for Demographic Research, ICPSR, Institute for Social Research.
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
Dr. McEniry’s research interests revolve around the demography of aging, cross-national comparisons of early life conditions and older adult health, and health and mortality in U.S. Hispanic populations and developing country populations. Her current research examines early life conditions and older adult health in low, middle and high income countries.
McEniry, Mary. 2014. Early Life Conditions and Rapid Demographic Changes in the Developing World: Consequences for Older Adult Health. Springer Science and Business Media Publishers. Abstract. Public Access.
McEniry, Mary. 2013. "Early Life Conditions and Older Adult Health in Low and Middle Income Countries: A Review." Journal of the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease, 4(1): 10-29. PMCID: PMC3540412. DOI. Abstract.
McEniry, Mary, and Alberto Palloni. 2010. "Early life exposures and the occurrence and timing of heart disease among the older adult Puerto Rican population." Demography, 47(1): 23-43. PMCID: PMC3000006. DOI. Abstract.
McEniry, Mary. 2014. "Cross national comparisons across low, middle and high income countries of poor early life nutrition and diet and older adult diabetes and heart disease." In Cairo+20: Perspectives from the population and sustainable development agenda post-2014 edited by Laura Rodríguez Wong, José Eustáquio Alves, Jorge Rodríguez Vignoli, Cássio MaldonadoTurra. ALAP. Abstract. Public Access.
McEniry, Mary. 2013. "Cross-National Comparisons of Health Disparities among Aging Populations in Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia and Africa." PSC Research Report No. 13-792. May 2013. Abstract. PDF.