"How Does Surviving War Age the Body and Mind? An Analysis of Subjective Age in Vietnam." This presentation was recently given to the National Institutes of Health sponsored Biomarker meetings by GACI affiliate Kim Korinek, Director, Asia Center, Asian Studies Program & Professor, Sociology Department, University of Utah.
New research at GACI documents a troubling rising trend in pain prevalence across a number of European countries." Read the article HERE
In April 2020, Zachary Zimmer and Chi-Tsun Chiu presented an asynchronous presentation for Population Association of America's Annual Conference on Living Arrangement Trends among China’s Oldest and Extreme Old. Click on the screen to download the presentation.
Long-term Impact of War and Wartime Trauma on Health and Aging Other Research Demography of Pain Family, Household Formation & Intergenerational Support Demographic Perspectives on Old Age Disability and Health Religiosity and Health
Bussarawan (Puk) Teerawichitchainan holds joint appointments as Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Co-Director of the Centre for Family and Population Research. Her current research examines the roles of family, policy, and social structure in explaining the well-being of older persons in the Asia Pacific region, particularly Southeast Asia. This includes an ongoing … Continue reading Bussarawan Puk Teerawichitchainan
Kim Korinek is Associate Professor of Sociology and the Director of the Asia Center at the University of Utah and she is Principal Investigator of the Vietnam Health and Aging Study (VHAS). Kim is currently the PI of the Henry Luce Foundation funded “Mekong Region Development Research Group,” and the PI of the five-year, National … Continue reading Kim Korinek