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    Professor of Environmental Sciences and Policy Research Professor of Global Health Professor in the Department of Economics Faculty Research Scholar of DuPRI s Population Research Center Faculty Network Member of The Energy Initiative Education Ph D Duke University 1997 M S Purdue University 1992 B A St Stephen s College Delhi India 1990 Overview Publications Arriagada RA Sills EO Ferraro PJ Pattanayak SK 2015 Do Payments Pay Off Evidence from Participation in Costa Rica s PES Program PloS one 10 7 Miteva DA Murray BC Pattanayak SK 2015 Do protected areas reduce blue carbon emissions A quasi experimental evaluation of mangroves in Indonesia Ecological Economics 119 127 135 Ferraro PJ Hanauer MM Miteva DA Nelson JL Pattanayak SK Nolte C Sims KR 2015 Estimating the impacts of conservation on ecosystem services and poverty by integrating modeling and evaluation Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA 112 24 7420 7425 Sills EO Herrera D Kirkpatrick AJ Brandão A Dickson R Hall S Pattanayak S Shoch D Vedoveto M Young L Pfaff A 2015 Estimating the Impacts of Local Policy Innovation The Synthetic Control Method Applied to Tropical Deforestation PloS one 10 7 Wendland KJ Pattanayak SK Sills EO 2015 National level differences in the adoption of environmental health technologies a cross border comparison from Benin and Togo Health Policy and Planning 30 2 145 154 Dickinson KL Patil SR Pattanayak SK Poulos C Yang J H 2015 Nature s Call Impacts of Sanitation Choices in Orissa India Economic Development and Cultural Change 64 1 1 29 Sanyal SK Dwivedi BS Singh VK Majumdar K Datta SC Pattanayak SK Annapurna K 2015 Phosphorus in relation to dominant cropping sequences in India Chemistry fertility relations and management options Current science 108 7 1262 1270 Lewis JJ Bhojvaid V Brooks N Das

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    of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1996 B S North Carolina Central University 1991 Overview Jay A Pearson s research examines how policy sponsored structural inequality influences social determination of health A native of Hertford County North Carolina Pearson s early experiences in the rural agricultural south shaped his academic interests and inform his research agenda Pearson began his public health career as a U S Peace Corps Volunteer in Honduras where he worked on child survival He trained and evaluated midwives and village health workers in nutritional counseling growth monitoring oral rehydration therapy and prevention of acute respiratory infections Upon returning to the U S he worked as a health educator with the East Coast Migrant Health Project later designing and implementing health and safety training for Spanish speaking factory workers pesticide safety training with a multi ethnic farm worker population and lead poisoning prevention in an impoverished urban community Pearson served as assistant project director of an NIH funded research study in which he was responsible for primary data collection in an ethnically diverse Detroit community Academically Pearson moved from a model of individual behavior change in undergraduate studies at North Carolina Central University to one of community assessment and intervention during his masters work at the University of North Carolina While pursuing his doctoral degree at the University of Michigan Pearson began to study the social determinants of population health He is particularly interested in the health effects of conventional and non conventional resources associated with racial assignment ethnic identity national origin immigration and cultural orientations On leave 2015 2016 Publications Geronimus AT Pearson JA Linnenbringer E Schulz AJ Reyes AG Epel ES Lin J Blackburn EH 2015 Race Ethnicity Poverty Urban Stressors and Telomere Length in a Detroit Community based Sample Journal of health and social

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    of Graduate Studies of the University Program in Environmental Policy UPEP Education Ph D Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1995 B A Yale University 1988 Overview Alex Pfaff is a Professor of Public Policy Economics and Environment Trained as an economist he is focused on how the environment and natural resources economic development and a range of policies influence each other Please visit AlexPfaff com He has studied impacts on forests of protected areas incentives roads railroads and concessions certification Brazil s Amazon Costa Rica United States Panama Madagascar Mexico Peru Cameroon Bolivia institutional responses to water shocks Brazil s Northeast Colombia Mexico drivers of harmful exposures groundwater arsenic in Bangladesh stove emissions in China Pakistan and incentives for firms to self audit and disclose United States This applied research aims to increase the chance that policies have their intended impacts upon not only the environment but also the people affected Publications Sills EO Herrera D Kirkpatrick AJ Brandão A Dickson R Hall S Pattanayak S Shoch D Vedoveto M Young L Pfaff A 2015 Estimating the Impacts of Local Policy Innovation The Synthetic Control Method Applied to Tropical Deforestation PloS one 10 7 Robalino J Sandoval C Barton DN Chacon A Pfaff A 2015 Evaluating interactions of forest conservation policies on avoided deforestation PloS one 10 4 Pfaff A Vélez MA Ramos PA Molina A 2015 Framed field experiment on resource scarcity extraction Path dependent generosity within sequential water appropriation Ecological Economics 120 416 429 Baylis K Honey Rosés J Börner J Corbera E Ezzine de Blas D Ferraro PJ Lapeyre R Persson UM Pfaff A Wunder S 2015 Mainstreaming Impact Evaluation in Nature Conservation Conservation Letters Blackman A Pfaff A Robalino J 2015 Paper park performance Mexico s natural protected areas in the 1990s Global Environmental Change 31 50

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    Member of the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences Member of the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience Faculty Research Scholar of DuPRI s Population Research Center Director of the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences Lawrence C Katz Professor of Neurobiology Research Projects Cayo Santiago Rhesus Macaques Education Ph D University of Pennsylvania 1994 Overview Our lab tries to understand how the brain makes decisions We are particularly interested in the biological mechanisms that allow people and other animals to make decisions when the environment is ambiguous or complicated by the presence of other individuals We use a broad array of techniques including single neuron recordings microstimulation neuropharmacology eye tracking brain imaging and genomics to answer these questions Our work is motivated by ethology evolutionary biology and economics with a focus on how specific features of the physical and social environment have shaped the biological mechanisms that mediate decisions We are particularly interested in why different people make different kinds of decisions And we are also keen to know why people sometimes make very similar and sometimes make very different decisions than other animals do The National Institutes of Health the Klingenstein Foundation the Sloan Foundation the McDonnell Foundation the EJLB Foundation Autism Speaks the Davis Foundation for Eating Disorders Research and the Department of Defense have supported our work Our research has been featured in the New York Times New York Times Magazine Washington Post Wall Street Journal Newsweek and National Geographic as well as on ABC s Good Morning America ABC s Boston Legal NPR CBC BBC and MTV Publications Toda K Platt ML 2015 Animal cognition monkeys pass the mirror test Current Biology 25 2 Watson KK Li D Brent LJ Horvath JE Gonzalez Martinez J Lambides RA Robinson AG Skene JH Platt ML 2015 Genetic influences on social attention

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    Los Angeles 2004 M A University of California at Los Angeles 2002 M A Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro Brazil 1999 A B Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro Brazil 1997 Overview Marcos A Rangel is an applied microeconomist His research focuses on the patterns of accumulation of human capital with particular attention to the intra family decision process parents and children to the impact of policies to foment education and health and to racial differentials His research has contributed to a better understanding of how the negotiations between mother and fathers and also how families insert themselves into societies influence the allocation of resources towards investment in human capital of children Recent projects branched out in investigating the impact of prenatal care policies and maternal labor regulations over child outcomes focusing on the innovative use of data to infer causal effects of policies Current work takes advantage of a satellite pictures of areas in which agricultural activities rely on the use of fires to compute the impact of agricultural development environmental regulation and business cycles over health outcomes of infants and mothers to be Rangel is a research affiliate with the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab J PAL at MIT the Bureau for Research and Economic Analysis of Development BREAD the Population Research Center at NORC University of Chicago and the Duke Population Research Institute DuPRI He is also an associate editor of The Journal of Development Economics Publications Rangel MA 2015 Is Parental Love Colorblind Human Capital Accumulation within Mixed Families The Review of Black Political Economy 42 1 2 57 86 Rangel MA 2015 Is Parental Love Colorblind Human Capital Accumulation within Mixed Families The Review of Black Political Economy 42 1 2 57 86 Kreisman D Rangel MA 2015 On the Blurring

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    90088 Durham NC 27708 Courses SOCIOL 490S 1 Research Seminar Special Topics SOCIOL 765S Proseminar Topics in Social Stratification SOCIOL 361 Social Determinants of U S Health Disparities GLHLTH 340 Social Determinants of U S Health Disparities SOCIOL 255 Sociology of Immigration and Health Scholars Duke https scholars duke edu individual per3818982 Jen nan Read Associate Professor of Sociology Associate Research Professor of Global Health Faculty Research Scholar of DuPRI s Population Research Center Education Ph D University of Texas at Austin 2001 M A University of Texas at Austin 1997 B A Midwestern State University 1995 Overview Publications Read JG 2013 Measuring Ethnicity with U S Census Data Implications for Mexicans and Arabs Population Research and Policy Review 32 4 611 631 Read JNG Reynolds M 2012 Gender and Health among U S Immigrants 82 109 Read JNG Reynolds M 2012 Gender Differences in Immigrant Health The Case of Mexican and Middle Eastern Immigrants Journal of Health Social Behavior 53 99 123 Read J Cainkar L 2012 Gender Culture and Arab Health 155 191 Read JNG Eagle D 2012 Intersecting Identities Religion and Gender among Arab Americans Read JNG Gorman BK 2010 Gender and Health Revisited Read JNG Gorman

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    the Department of Statistical Science Affiliate of the Center for Child and Family Policy Faculty Network Member of The Energy Initiative Faculty Research Scholar of DuPRI s Population Research Center Bass Fellow Education Ph D Harvard University 1999 B S Duke University 1992 Overview My primary research focus has been investigating statistical methods of preserving data confidentiality More generally I am interested in the analysis of complex surveys especially missing data methods and causal inference I enjoy collaborating on data analyses with researchers who are not statisticians particularly in the social sciences I also am the associate director of the Information Initiative at Duke iiD Publications Carrig MM Manrique Vallier D Ranby KW Reiter JP Hoyle RH 2015 A Nonparametric Multiple Imputation Based Method for the Retrospective Integration of Data Sets Multivariate Behavioral Research 50 4 383 397 Siddique J Reiter JP Brincks A Gibbons RD Crespi CM Brown CH 2015 Multiple imputation for harmonizing longitudinal non commensurate measures in individual participant data meta analysis Statistics in Medicine 34 26 3399 3414 Si Y Reiter JP Hillygus DS 2015 Semi parametric Selection Models for Potentially Non ignorable Attrition in Panel Studies with Refreshment Samples Political Analysis 23 1 92 112 Kim HJ Karr AF Reiter JP Kim HJ Karr AF Reiter JP 2015 Statistical disclosure limitation in the presence of edit rulesStatistical disclosure limitation in the presence of edit rules Journal of Official Statistics an international quarterly 31 1 121 138 Godin EA Kwiek N Sikes SS Halpin MJ Weinbaum CA Burgette LF Reiter JP Schwartz Bloom RD 2014 Alcohol Pharmacology Education Partnership Using Chemistry and Biology Concepts To Educate High School Students about Alcohol Journal of Chemical Education 91 2 165 172 Grochowski COC Cartmill M Reiter J Spaulding J Haviland J Valea F Thibodeau PL McCorison S Halperin

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