Keyfitz Lecture in Mathematics and the Social Sciences: Noreen Goldman
May 25, 2017, The Fields Institute
Noreen Goldman is the Hughes-Rogers Professor of Demography and Public Affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and Faculty Associate of the Office of Population Research at Princeton University. A specialist in demography and epidemiology, Goldman’s research examines the impact of social and economic factors on adult physical and mental well-being and the physiological pathways through which these factors operate. She has designed several large-scale household surveys, most recently a longitudinal data collection effort focused on the linkages among the social environment, stress, physiological function, and health among older adults. She has also been conducting research on health disparities among Latinos, examining how immigration patterns are related to the health of immigrants and long-term prospects for the health of Mexican Americans. She has participated in various committees of the National Academy of Sciences and serves on several editorial boards. She is the author or co-author of more than 200 articles in population, epidemiology, sociology and statistics journals as well as various book chapters and monographs.
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Insights into Human Survival
Noreen Goldman, Princeton University