CSDE Welcomes Four More Faculty and Regional Affiliates!
Posted: 2/22/2021 (CSDE Research)
CSDE’s Executive Committee is pleased to introduce four of our new UW Faculty Affiliates:
- Daniel Casey– Epidemiologist, Public Health- Seattle & King County (PHSKC). Casey’s work focuses on creating and monitoring equitable metrics of residential displacement, local migration patterns, and neighborhood change as part of the Communities of Opportunity project. Casey joins CSDE as a regional affiliate.
- Horacio Duarte– Acting Instructor, Pediatrics: Infectious Disease; Acting Instructor, Allergy and Infectious Diseases, University of Washington. Duarte is a board certified physician with UW Medicine and a UW instructor of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. His research interests are in mathematical modeling and cost-effectiveness analysis to improve health policy and resource allocation decisions in low- and middle-income countries, with a current focus on HIV-related health outcomes. Duarte joins CSDE as a faculty affiliate.
- Kathie Friedman – Associate Professor, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies; Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies; Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Washington. Friedman’s research focuses on comparative forced migrations and immigration, particularly to the United States and the EU, with a focus on ethnic and political incorporation. Her research has been funded by the UW Simpson Center for the Humanities, the UW Royalty Research Fund, and the Mellon Foundation. Friedman joins CSDE as a faculty affiliate.
- Emiko Tajima– Associate Professor, School of Social Work, University of Washington. Tajima’s scholarship focuses on the problem of interpersonal violence, seeking to identify points of intersection, cross-systems issues and to build knowledge regarding specialized populations to improve policies and service provision for victims and their children. She is the executive director of Partners for Our Children. Tajima joins as a CSDE faculty affiliate.
These affiliates bring a wealth of knowledge and unique approaches that enhances our community of demographers and collectively advances population science. We look forward to supporting each of them as they pursue their research. You can learn more about their individual research interests by visiting their affiliate pages, linked above.
If you are interested in becoming an affiliate or you know of someone who should become one, you can invite them to do so by directing them to this page. Affiliate applications are reviewed quarterly, by CSDE’s Executive Committee.