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The new NIH grant is a 3-year grant, and the title is “Climate, Population Health, and Well-being over Time”. Dr. Gray’s collaborator is Valerie Mueller at IFPRI, and the short abstract is below.

This project investigates how short- to medium-term climate variability affects health, economic status, and migration across a spectrum of development and urbanization, focusing on China from 1989 to 2014.  Social and climate data will be linked and analyzed in order to measure how variations in precipitation and temperature affect population well-being and mobility, as well as how these relationships vary across population groups and over time.

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