Rosalind King, Associate Director for Prevention and Program Director, Population Dynamics Branch, NICHD
Rosalind King, PhD is Associate Director for Prevention at NICHD. In this position, she is responsible for coordinates and promotes institute programs related to the prevention of health problems of mothers and children.
In her capacity as Program Director of the Population Dynamics Branch, King has guided large interdisciplinary initiatives, such as the NICHD-led Science and Ecology of Early Development program and the Work, Family, and Health Network, and overseen the Population Dynamics Research Infrastructure program, which provides PSTC with its core funding. She holds a doctorate in sociology and demography from the University of Pennsylvania.