Mark D. Hayward
Professor — Ph.D., Indiana University, Bloomington
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Mark Hayward's primary research interests center on the influence of life course exposures and events on the morbidity and mortality experiences of the older population. Presently, he is involved in several studies focusing on the origins of health disparities at older ages: early life influences on socioeconomic, race and gender disparities in adult morbidity and mortality, the demography of race/ethnic and gender disparities in healthy life expectancy; social inequality in the biomarkers of aging, and the health consequences of marriage, divorce, and widowhood. Recent publications have focused on changes in morbidity and mortality determining trends in healthy life expectancy, socioeconomic and race/ethnic differences in healthy life expectancy, the association between childhood health and adult morbidity, and the socioeconomic origins of the race gap in chronic disease morbidity. His recently published work has appeared in the American Sociological Review, Demography, the Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences, the Journal of Health and Social Behavior, and Social Science and Medicine.
Professional and Scholarly Awards and Achievements:
Recent Grants: "Center on Population Health and Aging" (NIA), "The Racial Burden of Chronic Disease" (NIA), "Active Life Expectancy in the Older Population" (NIA), "Chronic Health Problems and Retirement" (NIA), Population Research Center Core Grant (NICHD)
Associate Editor: (1994-2006) Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences; (1995-present) Research on Aging; (1998-2000, 2006-2008) Journal of Health and Social Behavior; (2007-2009) Demography; (2009-2011) Annals of Behavioral Medicine
Council Member, ASA Section on Aging and the Life Course (1998-2001)
Founding Member, Board, Brookdale Institute on Aging
Council Member, National Archive of Computerized Data on Aging, University of Michigan (2000-2003)
Member, National Longitudinal Surveys Technical Review Committee, Bureau of Labor Statistics (2000-2005)
Board of Directors, Population Association of America (2001-2004)
Member. Board of Overseers of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics (2002-2008)
ICPSR Council Member and Chair (2003-2006)
Vice President, Association of Population Centers (2005-07)
Board of Directors, Society of Biodemography and Social Biology (2004-2009)
President, Southern Demographic Association (2010-2011)
Montez, Jennifer Karas, Mark D. Hayward, Dustin C. Brown, and Robert A. Hummer. 2009. “Why is the Educational Gradient of Mortality Steeper for Men?” Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences 64B(5):625:634.
Crimmins, Eileen M., Mark D. Hayward, Yasuhiko Saito, Aaron Hagedorn, and Nicolaus Brouard. “Change in Disability-Free Life Expectancy for Americans 70 Years Old and Older.” 2009. Demography 46(3):627-646.
Whitfield, Keith E., Xiaopan Yao, K. Boomer, George P. Vogler, Mark D. Hayward, and David J. Vandenbergh. 2009. Analysis of Candidate Genes and Hypertension in African American Adults. Ethnicity and Disease 19:18-22.
Merkin, Sharon Stein, Arun Karlamangla, Eileen Crimmins, Susan L. Charette, Mark Hayward, Jung Ki Kim, Brandon Koretz, and Teresa Seeman. 2009. Education Differentials by Race and Ethnicity in the Diagnosis and Management of Hypercholesterolemia: A National Sample of U.S. Adults (NHANES 1999-2002). International Journal of Public Health 54:166-74.
Zhang, Zhenmei. Danan Gu, and Mark D. Hayward. 2008. Early Life Influences on Cognitive Impairment Among Chinese Oldest-Old. Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences 63B: S25-S33.
Crimmins, Eileen M., Mark D. Hayward, Hiroshi Ueda, Yasuhiko Saito, and Jung Ki Kim. 2008. Life With and Without Heart Disease Among Women and Men Over 50. Journal of Women and Aging 20:5-19.
Moolchan, Eric T., Pebbles Fagan, Anita F. Fernander, Wayne F. Velicer, Mark D. Hayward, Gary King, and Richard R. Clayton. 2007. Addressing Tobacco-Related Health Disparities. Addiction 102:30-42.
Hidajat, Mira, Mark D. Hayward, and Yasuhiko Saito. 2007. Indonesia's Social Capacity for Population Health: The Education Gap in Active Life Expectancy. Population Research and Policy Review 26:219-234.
Warner, David, and Mark D. Hayward. 2006. Early Life Origins of the Race Gap in Men’s Mortality. Journal of Health and Social Behavior 47:209-226.
Zhang, Zhenmei and Mark D. Hayward. 2006. Gender, the Marital Life Course, and Cardiovascular Health in Late Midlife. Journal of Marriage and Family 68:639-657.
Best, Latrica, Mark D. Hayward, and Mira Hidajat. 2005. Life Course Pathways to Adult-Onset Diabetes. Social Biology 52:94-111.
Crimmins, Eileen M., Mark D. Hayward, and Teresa Seeman. 2004. Race/Ethnicity, Socioeconomic Status and Health. Pp. 310-352 In Critical Perspectives on Racial and Ethnic Differences in Health in Later Life, edited by N. B. Anderson, R. A. Bulatao, and B. Cohen. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.
Hayward, Mark D., and Bridget K. Gorman. 2004. The Long Arm of Childhood: The Influence of Early-Life Social Conditions on Men’s Mortality. Demography 41:87-107.