This workshop will feature a deep-dive into data creation for international and comparative population science. Key topics will include community context, child health, mental health, and sociogenomic research.
International and comparative research is essential to:
- learn the variations in population dynamics across different populations;
- predict the future of global population trends; and
- test hypotheses across widely varying context and determine the limits on forces producing population change.
Each day of this five-day intensive workshop is structured as an independent, 1-day, short course. The workshop will meet daily June 28 - July 2 from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., EST and include lectures and hands-on lab training. The Chitwan Valley Family Study (CVFS)
will be used as a featured example and compared to other international population studies as appropriate for the daily topics. The workshop will be offered in a remote format. Learn more
about the workshop and apply to participate
through the Summer Institute in Survey Research Techniques.
Enrollment will be limited. The deadline to register for priority review is May 1, 2021.
Support is provided by the Eunice Kennedy Shriver
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.
For additional information, visit https://si.isr.umich.edu/
or contact the Summer Institute at https://si.isr.umich.edu/contact-us/
or 877-880-9389. For more information on the Chitwan Valley Family Study (CVFS), visit https://cvfs.isr.umich.edu/