Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Studies, and Demography, Penn State
Alexis R. Santos (Santos-Lozada) is an applied demographer and population health scientist whose research examines policy implications of demographic transformations in the United States and the international community. His current work focuses in the refinement of population estimates and projections, health inequalities and demographic consequences of Hurricane María for the population of Puerto Rico.
Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Studies, and Demography, Pennsylvania State University
Research Affiliate, Population Research Institute at Penn State University
Assistant Teaching Professor of Sociology and Director of Applied Demography, Pennsylvania State University
Research Assistant to the Texas State Demographer, University of Texas at San Antonio
University of Texas at San Antonio, Ph.D. in Applied Demography