What is the Population Health Research Institute??
The Population Health Research Institute is comprised of three research centers (the Center for Informatics Research, the Center for Reducing Health Disparities, and the Center for Health Care Research and Policy) and supported by a Biostatistics and Data Sciences Division.
Who is the founder of Population Research Institute??
The Population Research Institute was founded in 1989 by Paul Marx (1920–2010), a family sociologist, Catholic priest and Benedictine monk who had established Human Life International as well. PRI became an independent institute in 1996.
What is the Population Research Center??
The Population Research Center (PRC) is an interdisciplinary public service, research, and training unit for population-related data and research for the State of Oregon.
What are the population science seminars??
The seminars not only showcase important population science research from around the globe, but also provide opportunities for Duke faculty and students to meet with featured or visiting scholars and discuss their work, receive feedback on their own research and lay the groundwork for future collaborative projects.