- Li Liu, Associate Director of HPC, is the Development Core Director.
- Representatives of the HPC Primary Research Areas (PRAs)
- Steve Mogan, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor, is the Representative of the PRA Poverty and Inequality
- Philip Anglewicz, William G. Robertson, Jr. Professor in Population and Family Planning, is the Representative of the PRA Sexual and Reproductive Health
- Xiaobin Wang, Zanvyl Krieger Professor in Children’s Health, is the representative of the PRA Family, Maternal and Child Health
- Alison Gemmill, Early-Career-Associate Representative
Contact Li Liu (firstname.lastname@example.org) and the specific PRA representative to request services of the Development Core.
Early-Career Associate (ECA) Programs
- Grant exchange repository. The Repository hosts successful and active PDB projects by HPC Associates.
- Specific Aims workshop. This workshop organizes a panel of experienced PIs with PDB-relevant grants to serve as rapid reviewers on ECAs’ one-page Specific Aims.
- Support for attending NIH and other grant workshops
Research Theme Working Groups
- Social Factors and Multi-Omics (Xiaobin Wang, Xiumei Hong, Pamela Surkan, Nilanjan Chetterjee, Lingxin Hao, Li Liu)
- Sensor and Health (Ciprian Crainiceanu, Lingxin Hao, Julia Burdick-Will, Marc Stein)
- Reproductive Health and Family Planning (Philip Anglewicz, Linnea Zimmerman, Saifuddin Ahmed, David Bishai, Mechell Decker, Caroline Moreau, Li Liu, and Amy Tsui)
- Innovative Demography (Li Liu, Philip Anglewicz, Andreea Creanga, Francisco Villanvicencio, Alice Gemmill, David Bishai, Dona Strobino, Tsui, Linnea Zimmerman, Qingfeng Li, and Saifuddin Ahmed)
- Population-Scale Network and Inequality (Angelo Mele, Lingxin Hao)
The Pilot Research Program
- Regular call
- In each year, three awards are given by HPC cosponsored with Alliance of A Healthier World (AHW), 21st Century Cities (21CC), and Institute for Data-Intensive Engineering and Science (IDIES), respectively.
- One-time call
- Lightning Pilot Research on COVID-19 (closed)
Single-Purpose Support Programs
HPC support ECAs to acquire new knowledge and skills through participation short-term training programs such as summer workshops that is necessary for seeking NICHD-PDB grants.
* Please acknowledge any services you received from HPC’s Cores in your presentations, conference papers, working papers, and publications using the suggested language: “This research was supported by the Hopkins Population Center and its infrastructure grant (R24HD042854) from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.”