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Philip Anglewicz, PhD

  • Associate Professor

Departmental Affiliations

Contact Information

615 N. Wolfe Street
Room E4533
Baltimore, Maryland 21205

Population, Family and Reproductive Health
Performance Monitoring and Accountability 2020 (PMA2020)

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Education

PhD, University of Pennsylvania, 2007
MA, University of Pennsylvania, 2004
BA, Indiana University, 1996

Overview

Dr. Philip Anglewicz's primary research interest is demographic change in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Specifically, he has studied the relationship between internal migration, health and HIV status in SSA, including extensive data collection for internal migrants in Malawi (funded through an NIH R21 grant). Dr. Anglewicz is a Co-PI of a new NIH-funded study on surviving the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Malawi, which continues a longitudinal panel study of rural Malawians who have been interviewed since 1998 (funded through an NIH R01 grant).

Dr. Anglewicz studies fertility and family planning trends in SSA, and, through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation-funded Performance, Monitoring, and Accountability 2020 Project (PMA2020), serves as Director of the Research Program, generating research questions, providing guidance on the questionnaire and indicator development, developing a framework and schedule for secondary analysis and peer reviewed publications, and providing technical capacity development to in-country partners in survey design, research, and analysis.

Dr. Anglewicz also conducts domestic research; he is part of a study that examines medium and long-term recovery and resilience after Hurricane Katrina in the Gulf Coast area.

Honors and Awards

2019-present Faculty Associate, Hopkins Population Center

2016–present Member, Center for Health Trends and Forecasts (CHTF) at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, University of Washington

2015–present Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center, University of Pennsylvania http://www.pop.upenn.edu/

2011–present Research Affiliate, Center for Aging, Tulane University School of Medicine https://medicine.tulane.edu/centers-institutes/tulane-center-aging/faculty

  • Migration in developing countries
  • Demographic change in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Family planning
  • Survey methodology

Peer reviewed publications below.

  • Anglewicz, Philip, Pierre Akilimali, Linnea Eitmann, et al. (2019). The relationship between interviewer-respondent familiarity and family planning outcomes in the Democratic Republic of Congo. BMJ Open. 9(1):e023069
  • Anglewicz, Philip, Rachel Kidman, Sangeetha Madhavan (2019). Internal migration and child health in Malawi. Social Science & Medicine 235(2019).
  • Anglewicz, Philip, Mark VanLandingham, Lucinda Manda-Taylor, Hans-Peter Kohler (2018). Health selection, migration, and HIV infection in Malawi. Demography 55(3):979-1007.
  • Anglewicz, Philip, Tyler Myroniuk (2018). Shocks and migration in rural Malawi. Demographic Research 38(14):321-334.
  • Anglewicz Philip, Mark VanLandingham, Lucinda Manda-Taylor, Hans-Peter Kohler (2017). Cohort profile: internal migration in sub-Saharan Africa—The Migration and Health in Malawi (MHM) study. BMJ Open 2017;7:e014799.
  • PMA2020
  • The Impact of Ebola Infection on Demographic and Social Outcomes in Sierra Leone