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Mark VanLandingham

Professor of International Health, Tulane University.

Off-Campus Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.

Ph.D., Princeton University

Dr. VanLandingham's research interests lie in the fields of medical sociology and demography. His current research focuses on how AIDS affects older Thais, and on how migration affects the health of young adult migrants in Vietnam and in Thailand.

Recent Publications

Journal Articles

Fussell, E., Narayan Sastry, and Mark VanLandingham. 2010. "Race, socioeconomic status, and return migration to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina." Population and Environment, 31(1-3): 20-42. PMCID: PMC2862006. DOI. Abstract.

VanLandingham, Mark, and John E. Knodel. 2007. "Sex and the Single (Older) Guy: Sexual Lives of Older Unmarried Thai Men During the AIDS Era." Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, 22(4): 375-388. DOI.

VanLandingham, Mark. 2007. "Murder rates in New Orleans, 2004-2006." American Journal of Public Health, 97(9): 1614-1616. DOI.

PSC Reports

Fussell, Elizabeth, Narayan Sastry, and Mark VanLandingham. 2009. "Race, Socioeconomic Status, and Return Migration to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina." PSC Research Report No. 09-667. January 2009. Abstract. PDF.

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