UTSA Demography students present research at annual PAA Conference


UTSA Demography students presented their research at the annual Population Association of America annual conference in Chicago, Illinois.  

Student and presentation titles: 

Xiaoling Liang  "Risk Factors for Depression"

Federico Ghirmoldi  "Cancer and Poverty: An Explorative Approach to the Study of Determinants of Poverty in Population Diagnosed with Cancer"

Federico Ghirmoldi  "Breast Cancer Among Immigrant Women: The Impact of Family Cancer History on Breast Cancer Prevention by Region of Birth"

Jamiko Deleveaux  "A New Era: Bahamian Emigrant Political Involvement in General Elections"

Jessica Omoregie  "Effects of Delayed Transportation on Access to Health Care for the Insulin Dependent"

Stephanie Hernandez  "Considering the limitations of dichotomizing history of HIV testing"

Daniela Krotzer  "Food Resources in Comal County: A Spatial Mismatch”

The Population Association of America (PAA) is a nonprofit, scientific, professional organization established to promote the improvement, advancement and progress of the human condition through research of problems related to human population.  PAA members include demographers, sociologists, economists, public health professionals, and other people conducting research in the population field.