Overview of Research at PSC

The Population Studies Center maintains a rich portfolio of individual research projects funded by NICHD, NIA, other NIH institutes, NSF, and major foundations. As the world has changed in the five decades since the founding of the Population Studies Center, our research has moved into new and exciting areas. The Center is also a leader in the collection of data for population research and in the creation of new data collection and analysis methods. Center faculty and students conduct population research in every region of the world.

Today, the Center's interdisciplinary group of researchers is at the forefront of studies in these research areas:

  • Population Health and Health Disparities
  • Relationships, Families, and Reproductive Health
  • Human Capital, Income, and Wealth
  • Place, Space, and Inequality
  • Population Dynamics
  • Innovations in Data and Methods

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Barbara Anderson comments in NYT on Federal Law that protects citienship status data from distribution by the Census Bureau. @UM_PSC

Anderson discusses impact of Administration's ongoing pursuit of Citizenship information around the 2020 Census with Michigan Radio

Burgard correlates job insecurity higher with negative overall health and depression than the impact of job loss and regain

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Colter Mitchell receives Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE)

Frey receives 2019 ASA Distinguished Contributions to Teaching Award

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