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Emily M D Grundy

Professor of Population Science and Director, ISER
University of Essex

Country of residence:
United Kingdom

Nationalité: Royaume-Uni
Sexe: F

Membre depuis: 1988
N° de membre : 20403
Membership Type: Cotisation Normale

IUSSP Council Member
2014 - 2017
IUSSP Secretary General and Treasurer
2010 - 2013
Council liaison for:
Domaines de recherche: Demographie, Santé publique / Epidemiologie

Spécialisations: Vieillissement, Familles et ménages, Mortalité, santé et longévité

Régions du monde étudiées: Amérique latine et Caraïbes, Europe centrale et orientale, Europe occidentale

Education: Doctorat (Ph.D, MD) , 1989 , University of London , Medical Demography

Langues de travail: Anglais

Parcours professionnel:

I have spent all my career working in the UK although I have benefited from collaborations with colleagues in Europe and elsewhere and held two short term visiting posts in Norway and Australia. I did an MSc in Medical Demography at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and later a PhD from the University of London while also employed at City University (London). Subesquently I  have worked at Nottingham University;  King's College London, LSHTM, Cambridge University (UK) and the London School of Economics. My PhD was on life cycle influences on internal migration but most of my research has focussed on ageing and health. I have developed and delivered teaching in gerontology, demography and geography programmes. I was Sec General & Treasurer of IUSSP 2009-13 and am currently a member of Council.


Grundy E, Read S (2015). Pathways from fertility history to later life health: results from analyses of the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing. Demographic Research 32 (4) 107-146


Grundy E, Kravdal O (2014). Do short birth intervals have long-term implications for parental health? Results from analyses of complete cohort Norwegian register data. J Epidemiol Community Health 68: 958-964. doi:10.1136/jech-2014-204191

Grundy E, Read S. (2012). Social contacts and receipt of help among older people in England: are there benefits from having more children? Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences. 67(6): 742-754.

Ploubidis GB and Grundy E (2011). Health measurement in population surveys: Combining information from self reported and observer measured health indicators. Demography, 48 (2):699-724.

Grundy E and Murphy M(2015). Demography and Public Health, IN: Detels R, Gulligford M, Karim Q A, Tan CC (eds). Oxford Textbook of Global Public Health, sixth edition, Vol 2 pp 718-735. 

Honorary or professional positions and awards:
Honorary Professor London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, UK

Bourses de recherche:
Current: European Research Council Advanced award: Family life courses, intergenerational exchanges and later life health; UK Economic and Social Research Council : PATHWAYS: Biosocial influences on health. http://pathways.lshtm.ac.uk/. UK ESRC. Centre for Longitudinal Study Information and User Support (CeLSIUS - Co-I).