A center that fosters and promotes population-related interdisciplinary research and training.
Offers weekly seminars on population-related research topics and quarterly workshops on statistical data analysis and professional development; provides seed grant funding for faculty affiliates.
Who We Serve
The UCLA campus community, population scientists throughout the nation and the world, and policymakers and community leaders more broadly, promoting research in population science.
Mission and Goals
To train the next generation of population scientists to carry out informed and sophisticated research in social, economic, and public health topics. To have deeper understanding of the demographic and social determinants of health and the effects of health on population dynamics and socioeconomic well-being.