Mark VanLandingham

Mark VanLandingham is a demographer and sociologist currently leading projects focused on the antecedents and consequences of large scale rural-to-urban migration within Southeast Asia; and acculturation, health, and well-being among Vietnamese immigrants in the U. S. He co-leads (with Mary Waters and David Abramson) a team of researchers from Tulane, Harvard, NYU, Brown, and Michigan investigating Health and Demographic Disparities in long term Recovery from Hurricane Katrina (HDDR-HD), funded by a new Program Award (P01) from NIH.

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