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My research investigates processes linking labour market inequalities, family life and wellbeing using methods for causal inference.
Professor in ethnology. Research areas include rural studies, ageing identities and e-health.
Research focus on weather and climate change impacts on human health in Sweden and in low- and middle-income countries.
My current research investigates the consequences of reforms of education systems for the health and wellbeing of pupils, in Sweden and internationally.
Associate Professor and lecturer in Human Geography, doing reserach on interregional migration in Sweden. Teaching Population Geography on bachelor and advanced level.
Researching the area of population mobility, such as commuting and migration, and teaches courses in spatial planning, GIS and quantitative methods.
I'm a statistician at Umeå university at the Centre for Demographic and Ageing Research, CEDAR, and the statistical department.
Researcher in Epidemiology and Public Health. Main area of interest: gender-based violence, reproductive health, disability, and population ageing in Sweden and Sub-Saharan Africa.
Glenn Sandström is a Docent/Associate Professor researching family dynamics in historical and contemporary perspective.
Researcher at CEDAR. Working with SHARE on ageing populations. Research focus: living conditions, life strategies and experiences of ageing among older migrants in Sweden
Assistant professor who studies the relationship between demographic processes and social networks such as voluntary associations in Sweden.
Enjoying an ERC Consolidator Grant (2016-21) I lead a cross-disciplinary team researching how disabilities affect people's participation in society, past and present.
Researcher in statistics who develop longitudinal methods for studying cognitive aging and risk factors for dementia.
Works as assistant director and research analyst at CEDAR and have worked a lot with linkage methodology.
Works as a research analyst at CEDAR and are involved in two different research projects as a guest researcher.
Works as a research analyst at CEDAR, which includes helping researchers who want data retrievals from our databases, quality assurance and data processing.
Mojgan Padyab is Associate Professor in social work
PhD student in history, researching the impacts of migration flows in the northern Swedish inland during the 20th century, both on a structural and individual level.
research interest: Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Among Older People
Methods: Register based study; Latent variables; Longitudinal analysis