Jeffrey Morenoff

Population Dynamics and Health Program (PDHP)

Affiliated Research Program

PDHP supports University of Michigan researchers whose work engages with the Population Dynamics Branch of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. Within the field of population science, PDHP focuses on enhancing the scientific innovation and impact of work within three primary research areas:

• Family and intergenerational influences on health and wellbeing
• Reproductive health, fertility, and romantic relationships
• Population health, life course, and biosocial processes

The Program promotes population dynamics research by providing resources and services that enhance affiliates' competitiveness for peer-reviewed external funding in population dynamics, with a focus on early-career scientists; promote the development and dissemination of innovative data and methods; and foster a synergistic environment that stimulates innovation and productivity.

Website for: Population Dynamics and Health Program (PDHP)

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