Wendy Baldwin

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Wendy Baldwin, USA

Wendy Baldwin has a doctorate in social demography. Among her accomplishments during her 30 year career at the NIH was the development of the research program in adolescent sex and childbearing in the US. She also led the Poverty, Gender, and Youth program at the Population Council and was president of the Population Reference Bureau. Dr Baldwin has served on many National Research Council committees and led the development of youth data sets, policies for data sharing and published in the field. She is committed to making research evidence accessible to broad audiences and has long time interests in how young people make a healthy transition to adulthood. Most recently she has been looking at how risk behaviours among youth set the stage for later diseases. Dr Baldwin is currently retired from full time employment.

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