Anna Zajacova, Professor
PhD, Sociology and Demography, Princeton University
Anna Zajacova is a demographer who researches issues in population health, health inequalities, and social determinants of health over the adult life course. In particular, she aims to understand how educational experiences and attainment influence later-life health and longevity among adults and elderly. She has published on topics of marital happiness, health and longevity, educational disparities and adult health, disability trends and pain.
Areas of Specialization
- Social epidemiology
- Health inequalities;
- Lifecourse and aging;
- Quantitative methods
- "Visualizing the Geographic and Demographic Distribution of COVID-19"
2020; Socius; Patrick Denice | Kate H. Choi | Michael Haan | Anna Zajacova
- "Educational Disparities in Adult Health: U.S. States as Institutional Actors on the Association"
2019; Socius; Jennifer Karas Montez | Mark D. Hayward | Anna Zajacova
- "Educational Disparities in Adult Mortality Across U.S. States: How Do They Differ, and Have They Changed Since the Mid-1980s?"
2019; Demography; Jennifer Karas Montez | Anna Zajacova | Mark D. Hayward | Steven H. Woolf | Derek Chapman | Jason Beckfield
- "Disability trends in Canada: 2001-2014 population estimates and correlates"
2019; Canadian Journal of Public Health; Anthony Jehn | Anna Zajacova
- "Marital Happiness, Marital Status, Health, and Longevity"
2019; Journal of Happiness Studies; Elizabeth M. Lawrence | Richard G. Rogers | Anna Zajacova | Tim Wadsworth