Graduate Research Assistant, Institute of Behavioral Science
Institute of Behavioral Science Room C 435 E
University of Colorado Boulder
Boulder, CO 80309-0483
Research Interests: Demography; Mortality; Suicide; Environment
Brief Biography: Daniel Simon is a PhD student in the Department of Sociology and is affiliated with the CU Population Center at the Institute of Behavioral Science. He is a social and environmental demographer interested in the ways in which individuals and populations respond to changes in their social (e.g., policy) and natural environment (e.g., climate variability), and the consequences for health and demographic change. His previous research has explored the relationship between climate variability and migration from Mexico, as well as recent trends in US suicide, drug-, and alcohol-related mortality. This work has been featured in various journals, including Population and Environment, International Journal of Epidemiology, Biodemography and Social Biology, and Global Environmental Change. His research is funded by the National Science Foundation through a Graduate Research Fellowship award.