Emily Agree, PhD
- Research Professor, Dept of Sociology
- Associate Director, Hopkins Population Center
- Associate Professor
- Krieger School of Arts and Sciences (Primary)
- Population, Family and Reproductive Health (Joint)
3400 N. Charles Street
530 Mergenthaler Hall
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
PhD, Duke University, 1993
MA, Georgetown University, 1986
Honors and Awards
PROFESSIONAL AWARDS AND HONORS: Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America; Board of Directors, Population Association of America
EDUCATIONAL AWARDS AND HONORS: National Institute on Aging Post-Doctoral Fellow in Demography of Aging (1993-1995) National Institute on Aging Pre-Doctoral Fellow in Demography of Aging (1989-1993) Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellow, U.S. Dept. of Education (1991) Special Fellowship for the study of Portuguese Language
- Population, Aging, Demography, Long-Term Care, Disability, Family and Household, Intergenerational Relations.
Agree EM and ME Hughes. (forthcoming) “Demography of Families in Later Life” in the Handbook on Families and Aging, (Blieszner and Bedford, eds)
Engelman M, EM Agree, LA Meoni, MJ Klag. 2010 “Propositional Density and Cognitive Function in Later Life: Findings From the Precursors Study.” Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 65(6):706-11.
Engelman M, V. Canudas-Romo, and EM Agree. 2010. “Improvement and Inequality: The Implications of Mortality Change for Aging Populations” Population and Development Review, 36(3): 511-539
Cohen S., S. Ahmed, EM Agree, E. Naumova 2010. Childhood Hib vaccination and pneumonia and influenza burden in US seniors. Vaccine, 28(28):4462-9.
Engelman M, EM Agree, KM Yount and D Bishai. 2010. “Parity and Parents’ Health in Later Life: The Gendered Case of Ismailia, Egypt. Population Studies, 64(2):165-78