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Work by Geronimus cited in PBS's '5 important stories'

Schoeni and Freedman summarize the good and bad news on dementia trends among older Americans

Geronimus offered an explanation for the black-white gap in maternal and infant health 25 years ago

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U-M participants at 2018 PAA Annual Meeting

PDHP invites applications for Faculty Small Grants in support of population science

Needham, Hicken, Mitchell and colleagues link maternal social disadvantage and newborn telomere length

PSC launches new program to support population scientists across U-M

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Mon, May 7, 2018, noon: Student Forum on Educational Inequality

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Work by Novak et al. shows harmful health effects of anti-immigration policies

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"Trump's Immigration Crackdown Creating a Public Helath Crisis among Children, Analysts Say" - Newsweek. 01/04/2018.

A recent study by Nicole Novak, Arline Geronimus, and Aresha Martinez-Cardoso - cited in this story - shows how government anti-immigration policy decisions can be harmful to the health of women and infants.

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Nicole Novak
Arline T. Geronimus
Aresha Martinez-Cardoso

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