Postdoctoral Research Associate
John is a social demographer who studies residential segregation, residential mobility and aging. His current work explores the effects of Hurricane Katrina on the mortality and migration of residents of New Orleans, historical trends in residential segregation by age and by race, and long-term patterns of neighborhood population succession. He is also interested in administrative records data infrastructure for the study of residential mobility and segregation. John lives in Los Angeles, CA where he is the Administrator of the UCLA branch of the US Census Bureau’s Federal Statistical Research Data Center network.
Residential segregation, Residential mobility, Age structure, Aging and environment