PhD, Princeton University Princeton, NJ, Sociology, 1993
MA, Princeton University Princeton, NJ, Sociology, 1991
MPH, The University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI, Population Planning and International Health, 1987
BA, Magna Cum Laude, Mercer University Macon, GA , Biology and Psychology (double major), 1980
Mark VanLandingham, PhD (IHD) is a demographer and sociologist who focuses on a wide array of topics related to public health. He currently leads projects focusing on the antecedents and consequences of largescale rural-to-urban migration within Southeast Asia; and acculturation, health, and well-being among Vietnamese immigrants in the United States. He co-leads (with Mary Waters and David Abramson) a team of researchers from Tulane, Harvard, NYU, Brown, and Michigan investigating Health and Demographic Disparities in long term Recovery from Hurricane Katrina (HDDR-HD), funded by a new Program Award (P01) from NIH. He currently teaches Health Problems in Developing Societies (with Katherine Andrinopoulos) and Field Methods in Disaster Research.
View Dr. VanLandingham's publications at his NCBI Prolfile Page.