Patrick Heuveline is a Professor in the Department of Sociology and the International Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles, and an Associate Director of its California Center for Population Research. His research activities include the collection, management and sharing of socio-demographic data, methodological contributions to demographic analysis, and substantive contributions to family demography. His substantive research interests center on how the childhood familial environment and the broader context in which families operate affect child wellbeing, the transition to adulthood, and health later in life. Since 2000, he coordinates the Mekong Integrated Population-Registration Areas of Cambodia, a health and demographic surveillance project designed to study family change in the aftermath of the Khmer-Rouge regime (1975-79).
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