Harvard Pop Center faculty member David Bloom, PhD, and associate director David Canning, PhD, have co-authored a paper published in the journal Dædalus that suggest we need to change the current institutional and social arrangements in response to aging populations and shifting demographics.
Harvard Pop Center affiliated faculty member Nancy Kreiger, PhD, has received the American Cancer Society Clinical Research Professor Award, and is featured in this Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health news item.
Harvard RWJF Health & Society Scholar alum Kristi Pullen, PhD, blogs about a two-day workshop that explored the link between obesity and environmental chemicals on Switchboard, the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) staff blog.
A recent piece titled “Income Inequality: It’s Also Bad for Your Health” quoted Pop Center Executive Committee member SV Subramanian. The piece appeared in the New York Times’ “Upshot” column, which provides news, analysis and graphics about politics, policy and everyday life.
Harvard Visiting Scientist Sanjay Monhanty, PhD, is co-author on a working paper published by the Asia Research Institute (ARI) that explores the reasons behind the discontinuation of contraceptives in India, and leads to some recommendations on ways to improve the continuation of use.
An inaugural Forum on Population Health Equity at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health will take place on September 10 – 11, 2015. The event, which will feature an array of international speakers, will be held at the Martin Conference Center in the Longwood Medical Area. Learn more and register.
Harvard Pop Center Visiting Scientist Sanjay Mohanty, PhD, has published a Comment in a special issue of The Journal of the Economics of Ageing dedicated to the economic implications of population aging in China and India, which is co-edited by Pop Center faculty member David Bloom, PhD. The comment is in response to the article Healthy Aging in China, also appearing in this special issue.