Please join us from 5 – 6 p.m. in Banatao Auditorium, 310 Sutardja Dai Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720 for an important conversation—moderated by Tomiquia Moss, founder and CEO of All Home—on activism, advocacy, housing, and America’s legacy of state-sanctioned residential segregation. Background: In The Color of Law, Richard Rothstein argued how explicit government policies—at local, state, […]
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February 24, 2023 – 8:30am-2:30pm PST This virtual workshop is co-sponsored by the UC Berkeley Center on the Economics and Demography of Aging (CEDA) and the USC/UCLA Center for Biodemography and Population Health (CBPH) Please register through the following link to receive the Zoom invitation. https://berkeley.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0ld-ysqTkvHtSBr1S6auTgENYmhNT9KU5Z
On October 7, 2022, we held our first annual “Aging in Africa” workshop, a jointly sponsored event by the UC Berkeley Center on the Economics and Demography of Aging (CEDA), the UC Berkeley Center for Effective Global Action (CEGA), the Berkeley Population Center, and the Kenya Life Panel Survey (KLPS) team. Led by UC Berkeley […]
On July 21, 2022, the Berkeley Population Center held a lunchtime brainstorming session to generate ideas on the following two interrelated questions: (a) What can the scientific community do in order to better prepare for the next pandemic? E.g., what infrastructure should we have in place, what research plans should be ready to pull off the shelf for quick […]
Date: 16-17 June 2022 Location: Paris, France The purpose of the Symposium is to present and promote cutting-edge research on mortality and survival, with a special focus on newly emerging challenges like COVID-19, and global and national longevity prospects in the times of uncertainty. Analyses based on data from the HMD and other related projects (including […]
“Adult Mortality Determinants in Low and Middle-Income Countries and Comparisons with High-Income Countries” A virtual workshop co-sponsored by the USC/UCLA Center for Biodemography and Population Health-CBPH (Eileen Crimmins, Teresa Seeman and Steve Cole) and the UC-Berkeley Center on the Economics and Demography of Aging-CEDA (William Dow) Workshop Date/Time: 10AM-12:30PM, Friday, February 25, 2022 Location: Virtual Agenda 10:00 – […]
Phoenix, AZ. Registration details are forthcoming. The ADAR Summit is a meeting of undergraduates in the NIA-funded ADAR (Advancing Diversity in Aging) program.
The ADAR Summit is a meeting of undergraduates in NIA-funded ADAR (Advancing Diversity in Aging)
A two-day workshop to bring together leading experts and researchers who are interested in personal networks and health to discuss current research and consult on best practices for approaching longitudinal analysis of egocentric network panel data. An additional goal is to promote collaboration among existing project teams and their research. Investigators from these teams will provide examples whereby findings from one project will have direct implications for the framing and analysis of others.
Researchers using linked historical Census data from around the SF Bay Area convened to discuss initial results, methodological challenges and future directions. [Program]
Research) programs all over the country. Trainees meet to present research, network with senior and early career researchers, and learn about a research career. [Program]
A one day workshop sharing leading research methods and findings on comparative patterns of adult mortality, mortality determinants, and risk factors. The fourth annual workshop on the broad topic of adult mortality and associated risk factors in low and middle income countries, the 2019 gathering focused on cognition, aging, and health in Latin America.
A half-day mini-conference, exploring social, economic, and policy dimensions of Inequality in Life and Death, featuring a keynote by Peter Orszag, and presentations from UC Berkeley faculty in Economics, Demography and Public Policy. Co-sponsored by CEDA together with the Burch Center for Tax Policy and Public Finance, the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment […]