Harvard Pop Center faculty and researchers, including Fahad Razak, MD, former Bell Fellow and current visiting scientist, as well as former Bell Fellow Daniel Corsi, PhD, Pop Center Director Lisa Berkman, PhD, and faculty member SV Subramanian (Subu), PhD, are among the authors of a novel study published in JAMA on severe, chronic, adult undernutrition. The study provides the first global estimate of severe undernutrition (defined by body mass index less than 16) in adult women that spans two decades. Learn more in this release by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
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Harvard Pop Center’s Executive Committee and faculty member Rohini Pande, PhD, has co-authored an Op-Ed piece in the New York Times that explores why female labor-force participation is down in India despite economic growth, increasing educational attainment for girls, and decreased fertility rates.
A study co-authored by Harvard Pop Center affiliated faculty member
Ichiro Kawachi, MD, PhD, looks at the long-term impact of weight change on the health-related quality of life in two cohorts of US women.
SV Subramanian (Subu) is co-author of a recently published study that explores the role that choice of foods plays in diabetes prevention in a developing country.
Harvard Pop Center affiliated faculty member Theresa Betancourt has co-authored a study published in Conflict and Health that examines the impact of reintegration programs on the mental health of formerly abducted young females in Northern Uganda.
Harvard Pop Center Faculty Steering Committee Member SV Subramanian (Subu), Ph.D., Professor of Population Health and Geography at HSPH, has co-authored a study that has confirmed findings from high income countries showing a high prevalence of asthma in men in a number of occupational categories and sub categories, with no evidence of increased risks, however, for women in the same occupations.
Study by Rohini Pande, Pop Center faculty member, finds that women leaders change the perceptions and behaviors toward all women and raise the aspirations of girls and their parents. Read more in IMF Survey: Better Gender Balance at Top Helps Both Women and Men.