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NARAYAN SASTRY Institute for Social Research University of Michigan 426 Thompson Street Ann Arbor, MI 48106-1248 Tel/Fax: (734) 936-0462 E-mail: [email protected]

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Princeton University, Princeton, NJ Ph.D. in Public Affairs and Demography, May 1995 University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA A.M. in Regional Science, August 1988 University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS B.S. in Economics and B.A. in Geography, May 1986 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Research Professor, Population Studies Center and Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research (2010–Present) Associate Director, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research (2010–2012) Research Associate Professor, Population Studies Center and Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research (2006–2010) RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, CA Adjunct Senior Social Scientist (2006–Present) Associate Director, RAND Labor and Population Program (2004–2006) Associate Director, RAND Population Research Center (2004–2006) Senior Social Scientist (2003–2006) Social Scientist (1999–2003) Associate Social Scientist (1994–1999) Department of Community Health Sciences, School of Public Health, UCLA Visiting Lecturer (1996–2005) Princeton University, Princeton, NJ Assistant in Instruction (1992–1994) Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, DC Social Science Analyst, Regional Economic Analysis Division (1988–1990) World Bank, Washington, DC (1999–2000) Population Council, New York, NY (1992) Social Science Data Center, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA (1989–1990) Consultant

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Narayan Sastry–2 PUBLICATIONS Clarke, Philippa, Narayan Sastry, Denise Duffy, and Jennifer Ailshire. Forthcoming. “Accuracy of SelfReported vs. Measured Weight over Adolescence and Young Adulthood: Findings from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (1996–2008),” American Journal of Epidemiology. McGonagle, Katherine, and Narayan Sastry. 2014. “Cohort Profile: The Panel Study of Income Dynamics’ Child Development Supplement (CDS) and Transition into Adulthood Study (TA),” International Journal of Epidemiology. ePub ahead of publication. Sastry, Narayan, and Jesse Gregory. 2014. “The Location of Displaced New Orleans Residents in the Year after Hurricane Katrina,” Demography. ePub ahead of publication. Sastry, Narayan. In Press. “Stressful Life Experiences and Contexts and their Effects on Parents and Parenting,” in P. Amato, A. Booth, S. McHale, and J. Van Hook (Eds.), Diverging Destinies: Families in an Era of Increasing Inequality. New York: Springer. Sastry, Narayan, and Jesse Gregory. 2013. “The Effect of Hurricane Katrina on the Prevalence of Health Impairments and Disability among Adults in New Orleans: Differences by Age, Race, and Sex,” Social Science & Medicine 80: 121–129. McGonagle, Katherine A., Robert F. Schoeni, Narayan Sastry, and Vicki Freedman. 2012. “The Panel Study of Income Dynamics: Overview, Recent Innovations, and Potential for Life Course Research,” Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 3(2): 268–284. Sastry, Narayan. 2012. “Neighborhood Effects on Children’s Achievement: A Review of Recent Research,” in The Oxford Handbook of Poverty and Child Development, Valerie Maholmes and Rosalind B. King (eds.). New York: Oxford University Press, 423–447. Jones, Malia, Anne R. Pebley, and Narayan Sastry. 2011. “Eyes on the Block: Measuring Urban Physical Disorder through In-Person Observation,” Social Science Research 40(2):523–537. Sastry, Narayan, and Sarah Burgard. 2010. “Changes in Diarrheal Disease and Treatment among Brazilian Children from 1986 to 1996,” Population Research and Policy Review 30(1):81–100. Sastry, Narayan, and Anne R. Pebley. 2010. “Family and Neighborhood Sources of Socioeconomic Inequality in Children’s Achievement,” Demography 47(3): 777–800. Fussell, Elizabeth, Narayan Sastry, and Mark VanLandingham. 2010. “Race, Socioeconomic Status, and Return Migration to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina,” Population and Environment 31(1–3): 20–42. Sastry, Narayan, Katherine McGonagle, and Robert F. Schoeni. 2009. “Introduction to the Special Issue on the Scientific Assessment of Biomeasures in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics,” Biodemography and Social Biology, 55(2): 113–117. Sastry, Narayan. 2009. “Displaced New Orleans Residents in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina: Results from a Pilot Survey,” Organization and Environment, 22(4): 395–409.

Narayan Sastry–3 Sastry, Narayan, and Mark VanLandingham. 2009. “Prevalence of and Disparities in Mental Illness among Pre-Katrina Residents of New Orleans One Year after Hurricane Katrina,” American Journal of Public Health, 99: S725–S731. Sastry, Narayan. 2009. “Tracing the Effects of Hurricane Katrina on the Population of New Orleans: The Displaced New Orleans Residents Pilot Study,” Sociological Methods & Research, 38(1): 171–196. Weathers, Andrea, Scott P. Novak, Narayan Sastry, and Edward C. Norton. 2008. “Parental Nativity is an Important Factor Associated with Where Children Usually Go for Health Care,” Maternal and Child Health Journal, 12(4): 499–508. Weathers, Andrea C., Scott P. Novak, Narayan Sastry, and Edward C. Norton. 2008. “Parental Nativity Affects Children’s Health and Access to Care,” Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 10(2): 155–165. Sastry, Narayan, Bonnie Ghosh-Dastidar, John Adams, and Anne R. Pebley. 2006. “The Design of a Multilevel Survey of Children, Families, and Communities: The Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Study,” Social Science Research, 35(4): 1000–1024. McCarthy, Kevin, D.J. Peterson, Narayan Sastry, and Michael Pollard. 2006. The Repopulation of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. RAND: Santa Monica, CA. Prentice, Julia, Anne R. Pebley, and Narayan Sastry. 2006. “Authors Respond to ‘Collection of Legal Status Information: Caution,’” American Journal of Public Health, 96(3): 399–400. Cohen, Deborah A., Brian K. Finch, Aimee Bower, and Narayan Sastry. 2006. “Collective Efficacy and Obesity: The Potential Influence of Social Factors on Health,” Social Science & Medicine, 62(3): 769–778. Prentice, Julia, Anne R. Pebley, and Narayan Sastry. 2005. “Immigration Status and Health Insurance Coverage: Who Gains? Who Loses?” American Journal of Public Health, 95(1): 109–116. Sastry, Narayan, and Sarah Burgard. 2005. “The Prevalence of Diarrheal Disease among Brazilian Children: Trends and Differentials from 1986 to 1996,” Social Science & Medicine, 60(5): 923–935. Sastry, Narayan. 2004. “Trends in Socioeconomic Inequalities in Mortality in Developing Countries: The Case of Child Survival in São Paulo, Brazil,” Demography, 41(3): 443–464. Pebley, Anne R., and Narayan Sastry. 2004. “Neighborhoods, Poverty and Children’s Well-Being: A Review,” in Kathryn Neckerman (ed.), Social Inequality. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation, pp. 119–145. Reprinted in David B. Grusky and Szonja Szelényi (eds.), The Inequality Reader: Contemporary and Foundational Readings in Class, Race, and Gender, Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2007, pp. 165– 178. Reprinted in David. B. Grusky (ed.), Social Stratification: Class, Race, and Gender in Sociological Perspective, Third Edition, Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2008, pp. 360–371. Sastry, Narayan. 2004. “Urbanization, Development, and Under-Five Mortality Differentials by Place of Residence in São Paulo, Brazil, 1970–1991,” Demographic Research, Special Collection 2: 355–386.

Narayan Sastry–4 Reprinted in Dalia Dey (ed.), Child Health: Issues and Country Experiences, Hyderabad, India: ICFAI University Press, 2007, pp. 166–197. Sastry, Narayan, and Jon Hussey. 2003. “An Investigation of Race and Ethnic Disparities in Birthweight in Chicago Neighborhoods,” Demography, 40(4): 701–725. Sastry, Narayan. 2002. “Forest Fires, Air Pollution, and Mortality in Southeast Asia,” Demography, 39(1): 1–23. Beckett, Megan, Julie DaVanzo, Narayan Sastry, Constantijn Panis, and Christine Peterson. 2001. “The Quality of Retrospective Data: An Examination of Long-Term Recall in a Developing Country,” Journal of Human Resources, 36(3): 593–625. Sastry, Narayan. 2000. “The Importance of International Demographic Research for the United States,” Population Research and Policy Review, 19(3): 199–232. Halfon, Neal, Patricia A. Ebener, Narayan Sastry, Roberta Wyn, Phinney Ahn, John Hernandez, and Don Wong. 2000. The California Health Report. Santa Monica, CA: RAND. Sastry, Narayan. 1997. “Family-Level Clustering of Childhood Mortality Risk in Northeast Brazil,” Population Studies, 51(3): 245–261. Sastry, Narayan. 1997. “A Nested Frailty Model for Survival Data, With an Application to the Study of Child Survival in Northeast Brazil,” Journal of the American Statistical Association, 92(438): 426– 435. Sastry, Narayan. 1997. “What Explains Rural-Urban Differentials in Child Mortality in Brazil?” Social Science & Medicine, 44 (7): 989–1002. Orvis, Bruce R., Narayan Sastry, and Laurie L. McDonald. 1997. Military Recruiting Outlook: Recent Trends in Enlistment Propensity and Conversion of Potential Enlisted Supply. Santa Monica, CA: RAND. Sastry, Narayan. 1996. “Community Characteristics, Individual and Household Attributes, and Child Survival in Brazil,” Demography, 33: 211–229. Sastry, Narayan. 1992. “Estimating the Economic Impacts of Elderly Migration in the U.S.,” Growth and Change, 23: 54–79. Sastry, Narayan, Janusz Szyrmer, and Melvyn Weeks. 1989. “Economic-Demographic Linkages in an Extended U.S. Input-Output Model,” Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 23: 303–323. SUBMITTED PAPERS Rendall, Michael S., Narayan Sastry, and Lori Reeder. 2014. “Disparities in Long-Term Displacement from New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina,” under review. Bzostek, Sharon, Narayan Sastry, Noreen Goldman, Anne Pebley, and Denise Duffy. 2014. “Using Vignettes to Rethink Latino-White Disparities in Self-Rated Health,” under review. Sastry, Narayan. 2013. “Intergenerational Sources of Socioeconomic Inequality in Children’s Reading and Math Achievement,” under review.

Narayan Sastry–5 Sastry, Narayan, and Bonnie Ghosh-Dastidar. 2013. “Patterns of Biomarker Participation for Children: Results from the Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey,” submitted. Sastry, Narayan, and Denise Duffy. 2013. “Assessing the Representativeness of a Longitudinal Survey: An Analysis of the Child Sample in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics,” under review. DeCamp, Lisa, Hwajung J. Choi, Elena Fuentes-Afflick, and Narayan Sastry. 2012. “A Multilevel Analysis of the Latino Paradox: Immigrant Latino Neighborhoods and Infant Mortality in Los Angeles County,” under review. Sastry, Narayan, and Jesse Gregory. 2011. “Returning to New Orleans in the Year after Hurricane Katrina: Disparities by Race and the Effects of Flooding,” under review. Pebley, Anne R., and Narayan Sastry. 2011. “National and Local Perceptions of Neighborhood Size: The U.S. and Los Angeles,” revise and resubmit. JOURNAL SPECIAL ISSUE EDITOR Guest editor (with Katherine McGonagle and Robert Schoeni), Biodemography and Social Biology, Special Issue on the Scientific Assessment of Biomeasures in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, Volume 55, Issue 2, December 2009. BOOK REVIEW Sastry, Narayan (1999), “Review of J. Ties Boerma, Child Survival in Developing Countries: Can Demographic and Health Surveys Help to Understand the Determinants?” Population Studies, 53(3): 396–397. DOCUMENTATION, REPORTS, AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS Duffy, Denise, and Narayan Sastry. 2012. An Assessment of the National Representativeness of Children in the 2007 Panel Study of Income Dynamics, Technical Series Paper #12–01, Panel Study of Income Dynamics, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan. Peterson, Christine E., Anne R. Pebley, Narayan Sastry, Karen Yuhas, Bonnie Ghosh-Dastidar, Ann C. Haas, Jesse Gregory, and Marianne P. Bitler. 2012. The Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey, Wave 2: Users’ Guide and Codebook, Report WR-240/20-LAFANS, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation. Pebley, Anne R., Christine E. Peterson, Narayan Sastry, and Karen Yuhas. 2012. The Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey, Wave 2: Telephone Questionnaires, Report WR-240/24-LAFANS, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation. Pebley, Anne R., Christine E. Peterson, Narayan Sastry, and Karen Yuhas. 2011. The Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey, Wave 2: Interviewer Training Manual, Report WR-240/23-LAFANS, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation. Pebley, Anne R., Christine E. Peterson, Narayan Sastry, and Karen Yuhas. 2011. The Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey, Wave 2: Interviewer Computer Manual, Report WR-240/22-LAFANS, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation.

Narayan Sastry–6 Sastry, Narayan, and Christine E. Peterson. 2010. The Displaced New Orleans Residents Survey Questionnaire, Report WR-797/2-DNORS, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation. Pebley, Anne R., Christine E. Peterson, Narayan Sastry, and Karen Yuhas. 2010. The Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey, Wave 2: Household Questionnaire, Report WR-240/21-LAFANS, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation. Sastry, Narayan, Elizabeth Fussell, and Mark VanLandingham. 2010. How Fare the Displaced and Returned Residents of New Orleans: Results of an Innovative Pilot Survey, Research Brief RB-9500. RAND Corporation. Peterson, Christine E., Narayan Sastry, and Anne R. Pebley. 2007. The Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey: Neighborhood Observations, Report WR-240/13-LAFANS, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation. Peterson, Christine E., Anne R. Pebley, and Narayan Sastry. 2007. The Los Angeles Neighborhood Services and Characteristics Database: Codebook, Report WR-240/12-LAFANS, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation. Cohen, Deborah , Amber Sehgal, Stephanie Williamson, Roland Sturm, Thomas L. McKenzie, Rosa Lara, Nicole Lurie, Rob Boer, Yuhui Zheng, Adrian Overton, Greg Ridgeway, Brian Karl Finch, Aimee Bower, Narayan Sastry, J. Scott Ashwood, Molly M. Scott, Kelly R. Evenson, Lisa K. Staten, Dwayne Porter, Diane Catellier, Daniela Golinelli, and John Elder. 2007. How Neighborhoods Can Reduce the Risk of Obesity, Research Brief RB-9267, RAND Corporation. Sastry, Narayan, and Anne R. Pebley. 2003. Non-Response in the Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey, Report DRU-2400/7-LAFANS, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation. Sastry, Narayan, and Anne R. Pebley. 2003. The Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey: Neighborhood Observation Forms and Interviewer Manual, Report DRU-2400/6-LAFANS, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation. Pebley, Anne R., and Narayan Sastry. 2003. The Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey: Field Interviewer Manual, Report DRU-2400/5-LAFANS, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation. Pebley, Anne R., and Narayan Sastry. 2003. The Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey: Household Questionnaires (Spanish), Report DRU-2400/4-LAFANS, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation. Pebley, Anne R., and Narayan Sastry. 2003. The Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey: Household Questionnaires, Report DRU-2400/3-LAFANS, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation. Peterson, Christine E., Narayan Sastry, Anne R. Pebley, Bonnie Ghosh-Dastidar, Stephanie Williamson, and Sandraluz Lara-Cinisomo. 2003. The Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey: Codebook, Report DRU-2400/2-LAFANS, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation. Sastry, Narayan, Bonnie Ghosh-Dastidar, John Adams, and Anne R. Pebley. 2003. The Design of a Multilevel Longitudinal Survey of Children, Families, and Communities: The Los Angeles Family and

Narayan Sastry–7 Neighborhood Study, Report DRU-2400/1-1-LAFANS, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation. Sastry, Narayan. 2002. The Dangers of Smoke Haze: Mortality in Malaysia from Indonesian Forest Fires, Research Brief RB-5066, RAND Corporation. Sastry, Narayan. 2001. Why the United States Should Fund International Demographic Research, Research Brief RB-5043, RAND Corporation. Asch, Beth J., Bruce R. Orvis, Narayan Sastry, M. Rebecca Kilburn, Jacob Alex Klerman, Lawrence M. Hanser, Michael Murray, and Laurie L. McDonald. 2001. Military Recruiting: Trends, Outlooks, and Implications, Research Brief RB-7530, RAND Corporation. Rogowski, Jeannette A., Lynn A. Karoly, Jacob A. Klerman, Robert T. Reville, Moira Inkelas, Jill Hoube, Melissa K. Rowe, Narayan Sastry, and Jennifer Hawes-Dawson. 1998. Background and Study Design Report for Policy Evaluation of the 1996 Welfare Reform Legislation on SSI Benefits for Disabled Children, Report DRU-1808-SSA, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation. Sastry, Narayan. 1998. “The Los Angeles Study of Families and Communities,” Chapter II in Evaluating Welfare Reform: Measuring Child and Family Well-Being. California Family Impact Seminar Report CAFIS-98-02. Orvis, Bruce R., Brian Nichiporuk, Laurie L. McDonald, Denise D. Quigley, and Narayan Sastry. 1998. Future Personnel Resource Management: Initial Report, Report AB-210-1-A, Arroyo Center, RAND Corporation. Orvis, Bruce R., Narayan Sastry, and Laurie L. McDonald. 1995. Recent Recruiting Trends and their Implications: Interim Report, Arroyo Center and National Defense Research Institute, RAND Corporation. Sastry, Narayan, Elan Melamid, and Randy Ross. 1995. A Cost Analysis of Decentralized Basic Education in El Salvador, Report DRU-1112-WB, Institute on Education and Training, RAND Corporation. Sastry, Narayan. 1995. “Community Characteristics, Individual Attributes, and Child Survival in Brazil: A Multilevel Hazard Model Analysis.” Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Princeton University. Sastry, Narayan, Noreen Goldman, and Lorenzo Moreno. 1993. “The Relationship between Place of Residence and Child Survival in Brazil,” International Population Conference, Montreal 1993, Vol. 3: 293–322. Liège, Belgium: IUSSP. CONFERENCE AND WORKING PAPERS Sastry, Narayan, and Robert Bozick. 2014. “The Effects of Childhood Health on Young Adult Education,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Boston, MA, April 2014. Sastry, Narayan. 2014. “Intergenerational Sources of Socioeconomic Inequality in Children’s Reading and Math Achievement,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Boston, MA, April 2014, and at the 2013 Meetings of the Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, Amsterdam, Netherlands, September 2013.

Narayan Sastry–8 Sastry, Narayan. 2014. “Using Longitudinal Surveys to Advance the Social Sciences: Lessons from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics,” paper presented at the NCAER-SRC Symposium on “Leapfrogging Methodology and Technology in Household Survey Research: Lessons from the U.S and India,” New Delhi, India, November 2013. Sastry, Narayan. 2013. “Studying Natural Experiments Using the American Community Survey: Migration, Health, and Well-Being Following Hurricane Katrina,” paper presented at the European Survey Research Association Meetings, Ljubljana, Slovenia, July 2013. Sastry, Narayan. 2013. ”Collecting Data on Children in the PSID Child Development Supplement: Past Results and Future Plans,” paper presented at the European Survey Research Association Meetings, Ljubljana, Slovenia, July 2013. Sastry, Narayan, and Kate McGonagle. 2013. “Time Diaries for Children in the PSID Child Development Supplement: Past Results and Future Plans,” paper to be presented at the Workshop on Children’s Time Diaries, Centre for Longitudinal Studies and Center for Time Use Research, London, UK, June 2013. Sastry, Narayan, and Michael Rendall. 2013. “Social and Demographic Disparities in Displacement from and Return to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina: Short-Term and Long-Term Findings,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, New Orleans, LA, April 2013. Sastry, Narayan. 2012. “The Effects of Childhood Health Status on Young Adult Socioeconomic Attainment,” paper presented at the 2012 International Conference of the European Child Cohort Network (EUCCONET) and the Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, Paris, France, October 2012. Sastry, Narayan. 2012. “Neighborhood and Family Sources of Inequality in Children’s Development,” paper presented at the PSID Conference on Inequality across Multiple Generations, Ann Arbor, MI, September 2012. Sastry, Narayan, and Denise Duffy. 2012. “Assessing the National Representativeness of the Children in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics,” paper presented at the International Panel Survey Methods Workshop, Melbourne, Australia, July 2012 and at the RC33 Eighth International Conference on Social Science Methodology, Sydney, Australia, July 2012. Sastry, Narayan, and Lisa DeCamp. 2011. “Neighborhood Social Processes and Birthweight Disparities in Los Angeles County,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington, DC, October–November 2011. DeCamp, Lisa, Hwajung J. Choi, Elena Fuentes-Afflick, and Narayan Sastry. 2011. “Neighborhood-Level Immigrant Concentration and Infant Mortality in Los Angeles County,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington, DC, October–November 2011. Sastry, Narayan. 2011. “Patterns of Biomarker Participation for Children in Wave 2 of the Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Washington, DC, March 31–April 2, 2011. Sastry, Narayan. 2011. “Black-White Disparities in Mental Health among New Orleans Residents Four Years after Hurricane Katrina,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Washington, DC, March–April 2011.

Narayan Sastry–9 Sastry, Narayan, and Anne R. Pebley. 2010. “The Effects of Neighborhoods on Child Health: New Data and Results from Wave 2 of the Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Dallas, TX, April 2010. Pebley, Anne R., and Narayan Sastry. 2008. “Our Place: Perceived Neighborhood Size and Names in Los Angeles.” Pebley, Anne R., and Narayan Sastry. 2008. “Intergenerational Transmission of Social Inequality in Children’s Cognitive Skills.” Sastry, Narayan. 2008. “Incorporating Biomarkers into Developing Country Population Surveys: Prospects, Promise, and Challenges,” paper presented at the Conference on Measuring Human Development, New Delhi, India, May 2008. Pebley, Anne R., and Narayan Sastry. “Neighborhood Effects on Adult Health in Los Angeles: Results from the Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey,” manuscript, April 2008. Sastry, Narayan, Anne R. Pebley, and Christine E. Peterson. “The Design and Use of an Event History Calendar in the Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey: Results and Lessons,” paper presented at the Conference on Event History Calendar Methods, Suitland, MD, December 2007. Pollard, Michael S., and Narayan Sastry. “Disparities in Birth Weight by Maternal Educational Attainment and Race/Ethnicity: An Illustrative Example of a New Modeling Approach,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, New York, NY, March 2007. Sastry, Narayan. “Neighborhoods and the Health of Older Adults,” manuscript, September 2006 Kim, Jinsook, Alair MacLean, Anne Pebley, and Narayan Sastry. “Neighborhood and School Effects on Children’s Development and Well-Being,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Los Angeles, CA, March 2006. Sastry, Narayan, Anne R. Pebley, and Alair MacLean. “Family and Neighborhood Effects on Inequality in Children’s Achievement: Results for Los Angeles and the Nation,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Philadelphia, PA, March 2005. Sastry, Narayan. “Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Birthweight in the United States: New Models and New Results,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Boston, MA, April 2004. Lara-Cinisomo, Sandraluz, Narayan Sastry, and Anne R. Pebley. “Race and Ethnic Disparities in Depression Among Mothers in Los Angeles: Individual, Family, and Neighborhood Effects,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Boston, MA, April 2004. Sastry, Narayan, Feng Zeng, and Anne R. Pebley. “Migration and Attrition in a Longitudinal Survey of Families in Los Angeles: Results from the L.A.FANS Interim Tracking Study,” manuscript, April 2004. Sastry, Narayan, Anne R. Pebley, Feng Zeng, and Bonnie Ghosh-Dastidar. “Neighborhood and Household Correlates of Non-Response by Interview Stage: Results from the Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey,” manuscript, September 2003.

Narayan Sastry–10 Pebley, Anne R., and Narayan Sastry. “Concentrated Poverty Versus Concentrated Affluence: Effects of Neighborhood Social Environments and Children’s Outcomes,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Minneapolis, MN, May 2003. Sastry, Narayan, and Anne R. Pebley. “Neighborhood and Family Effects on Children’s Health in Los Angeles,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Minneapolis, MN, May 2003. Sastry, Narayan, Anne R. Pebley, and Michela Zonta. “Neighborhood Definitions and the Spatial Dimensions of Daily Life in Los Angeles,” paper presented at Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Atlanta, GA, May 2002. Sastry, Narayan. “Random Effects Models with Correlated Unobserved Heterogeneity,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Washington, DC, March 2001. Sastry, Narayan, and Carlos Eugenio Carvalho Ferreira. “Community Effects on Infant Mortality in São Paulo, Brazil, 1970–1997,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Washington, DC, March 2001. Sastry, Narayan. “An Analysis of Asian-American Academic Achievement,” manuscript, 1997. Szyrmer, Janusz, and Narayan Sastry. “Simulating the External Effects of Structural Economic Change,” manuscript, Department of Regional Science, University of Pennsylvania, 1991. Sastry, Narayan, Janusz Szyrmer, and Melvyn Weeks. “Interrelational Income-Age Multipliers for the U.S. Economy,” Working Papers in Regional Science and Transportation #125, University of Pennsylvania, 1988. PRODUCTION OF SCIENTIFIC DATA Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID), Co-Principal Investigator for biennial core PSID survey since 2009 and Associate Director of the overall PSID project since 2011 Transition into Adulthood (TA) supplement to PSID, Principal Investigator for biennial survey of young adults in PSID since 2009 Child Development Supplement (CDS) to PSID, Principal Investigator for survey of children in PSID families planned for 2014 Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey (L.A.FANS), Co-Investigator for Wave 1 in 2000–2001 and Co-Director for Wave 2 in 2006–2007 Neighborhood Observation Database for L.A.FANS, Co-Investigator for systematic social and physical observations of L.A.FANS neighborhoods conducted in 2000 as part of L.A.FANS-1 Los Angeles Neighborhood Services and Characteristics Database (L.A.NSC), Co-Investigator for assembly of database comprising of contextual characteristics at the census tract level for all of Los Angeles County Displaced New Orleans Residents Pilot Survey (DNORPS), 2006, Director Displaced New Orleans Residents Survey (DNORS), 2009–2010, Director HONORS AND AWARDS Dorothy S. Thomas Award, Population Association of America, for the best graduate student paper on the interrelationships between demographic and social factors (“Community Characteristics, Individual and Household Attributes, and Child Survival in Brazil”), 1995

Narayan Sastry–11 National Institutes of Health Traineeship in Demography, 1990–1994 Graduate Prize in Regional Science, University of Pennsylvania, 1988 Undergraduate Research Award, University of Kansas, 1986 Graduation with Highest Distinction and Departmental Honors, University of Kansas, 1986 TEACHING Causal Inference in the Social Sciences, Departments of Sociology and Statistics, University of Michigan, co-instructor for team-taught course (Fall 2009) Interdisciplinary Seminar in Quantitative Social Science Methodology, Departments of Statistics and Sociology, University of Michigan, Instructor (Fall 2007, Winter 2008) Determinants of Health, Department of Community Health Sciences, UCLA School of Public Health, coinstructor with Professor Jonathan Fielding (Spring 1996–2002 and 2004–2005) Research Methods in Demography, Program in Population Studies, Princeton University, Assistant in Instruction to Professor Noreen Goldman (Spring 1994) Generalized Linear Statistical Models, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University, Assistant in Instruction to Professor Germán Rodríguez (Fall 1993) Econometrics and Public Policy, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University, Assistant in Instruction to Professor Angus Deaton (Spring 1993) Research Methods in Demography, Program in Population Studies, Princeton University, Assistant in Instruction to Professor James Trussell (Spring 1992) GUEST LECTURING Research Seminar on Social Demography, Department of Sociology, University of Michigan, guest lecturer (Winter 2008; Winter 2009) Introduction to Social Epidemiology, Department of Epidemiology, University of Michigan, guest lecturer (Fall 2006–2007) Introduction to the Research University, Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program, University of Michigan, guest lecturer (Fall 2006) Multilevel Models, RAND Graduate School, guest lecturer (Fall 2002–2003) Social and Economic Determinants of Health, Department of Community Health Sciences, UCLA School of Public Health, guest lecturer (Fall 2001) DISSERTATION SUPERVISION Susan Brower, Sociology Department, University of Michigan, dissertation completed in December 2013 Jesse Gregory, Economics Department, University of Michigan, dissertation completed in June 2012 Carolina Casas-Cordero, Joint Program in Survey Methodology, University of Michigan and University of Maryland, dissertation completed in December 2010 Cynthia Link, Sociology Department, University of Michigan, dissertation completed in August 2010 POSTDOCTORAL MENTORING Vanesa Estrada, RAND Postdoctoral Training Program in Population Studies, 2013–2014 Alair MacLean, RAND Postdoctoral Training Program in Population Studies, 2004–2006 PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Member, National Children’s Study Federal Advisory Committee (NCSAC), National Institutes of Health, 2014–2018

Narayan Sastry–12 Board of Directors, Population Association of America, 2013–2015 Member, Special Emphasis Panel/Scientific Review Group ZRG1 SSPS-H (09) Meeting, Center for Scientific Review, National Institutes of Health, May 2012 Member, Special Emphasis Panel/Scientific Review Group 2011/10 ZRG1 SSPS-H (09) Meeting, Center for Scientific Review, National Institutes of Health, May 2011 Member, Special Emphasis Panel/Scientific Review Group 2010/10 ZHD1 DSR-W (LN) meeting, Center for Scientific Review, National Institutes of Health, June 2010 Member, Social Sciences and Population Studies Study Section, Center for Scientific Review, National Institutes of Health, 2005–2009 Member, International Advisory Committee, China Family Panel Study, 2012–present Invited discussant, Federal Advisory Committee Meeting, National Children’s Study, National Institutes of Health, April 2012 Participant, Institute of Medicine Meeting on Measurement in Large Scale Family Research, February 2012 Member, National Longitudinal Survey of Adolescent Health (Add Health) PI Working Group, 2006– present Member, Expert Panel on Neighborhood Characteristics for the National Children’s Study, April 2008 Member, Population Association of America Board of Directors, 2012–2014, Population Association of America Program Committee Member, 2012 Annual Meetings, Population Association of America Program Committee Member, 2011 Annual Meetings, Population Association of America Program Committee Member, 1998 Annual Meetings, Population Association of America Program Organizer (“Infant and Child Mortality”), 2008 Annual Meetings, Population Association of America Program Organizer (“Community Effects on Health Behaviors and Outcomes”), 2006 Annual Meetings, Population Association of America Program Organizer (“Community and Contextual Effects on Health and Mortality”), 2004 Annual Meetings, Population Association of America Program Organizer (“Environment and Health”), 2002 Annual Meetings, Population Association of America Editorial Board, Biodemography and Social Biology, 2009–present Editor, Bulletin of the Society of Government Economists, 1989–1990 Manuscript referee, International Journal of Epidemiology, Population Studies, Social Biology, Journal of Econometrics, Sociological Methodology, Demography, Social Science and Medicine, Journal of the American Statistical Association, Growth and Change, Economics of Education Review, Journal of Official Statistics, Public Policy Institute of California, Population Research and Policy Review, Population and Environment, American Economic Review, Social Science Research, Demographic Research, Sociological Methods and Research, Journal of Traumatic Stress, Biodemography and Social Biology, Archives of General Psychiatry, Social Problems, Child Development, European Journal of Population, Urban Studies, Journal of Health and Social Behavior ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES Advisory Committee, Population Studies Center, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, 2013–2015 Situational Review Committee, Survey Research Center, University of Michigan, 2013 Chair, International Unit Steering Committee, Survey Research Center, University of Michigan, 2011– Present Chair, Situational Review Committee, Survey Research Operations, Survey Research Center, University of Michigan, 2011

Narayan Sastry–13 Organizing Committee, Population Studies Center Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration, University of Michigan, 2011 Steering Committee, RWJ Health & Society Scholars Program, University of Michigan, 2010–Present Senior Staff Advisory Committee, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, 2009–2011 Chair, PSC Brown Bag Organizing Committee, 2009–2010 Faculty Research Fellows Search Committee, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, 2008–2011 Coordinator, Quantitative Methodology Program Seminars, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, 2007–2008 Situational Review Committee, Population Studies Center, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, 2007–2008 Advisory Committee, Population Studies Center, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, 2006–2008 Selection Committee, Fellows in Population Studies and the Study of Aging, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation, 1997–2005 Coordinator, Junior Social/Behavioral Scientist Recruiting, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation, 1996–2005 Organizing Committee, Aging, Development, and Population (ADP) Seminar Series, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation, 2002–2003 Chair, Sociologist and Demographer Recruiting Committee, RAND Corporation, 2001–2002 Steering Committee, Hewlett Foundation Training Program, Labor and Population Program, RAND Corporation, 1996–2000 GRANTS Principal Investigator, “PSID, CDS, and TA: Data Enhancements and User Training, Support, and Outreach,” (with Paula W. Fomby, MPI), April 2015 to March 2020, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, R25, $874,995 (direct). Principal Investigator, “Transitions from Preschool through High School: Family, Schools & Neighborhoods,” (with Katherine A. McGonagle, MPI), competing continuation, August 2013 to July 2018, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, R01 HD52646, $7,327,700 (direct). Co-Principal Investigator, “L.A.FANS Integrated User Training and Support,” (Anne R. Pebley, PI), September 2013 to June 2016, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, R25 HD076814, $510,807 (direct). Principal Investigator, “The Transition from Childhood into Adulthood among PSID Children, 2013 and 2015,” March 2012 to February 2017, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, R01 HD72493, $2,500,000 (direct). Co-Principal Investigator, “Continuity and Change in American Economic and Social Life: The PSID 2012–2016,” (Charles Brown, PI), March 2012 to February 2017, National Science Foundation, $9,646,302 (direct). Principal Investigator, “Family Dynamics, Fertility, and Investments in Children across Generations,” August 2011 to May 2016, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, R01 HD69609, $2,500,000 (direct).

Narayan Sastry–14 Principal Investigator, “Creating a Lifecourse Panel from Birth to Early Adulthood,” August 2009 to June 2014, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, R01 HD59779, $2,078,239 (direct). Principal Investigator, “Emerging Disparities in Chronic Disease Risk among Young Adults,” July 2008 to June 2013, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, R01 HD58535, $1,196,109 (direct). Principal Investigator, “Survey of New Orleans Residents Displaced by Hurricane Katrina,” July 2008 to June 2013, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, R01 HD59106, $2,198,801 (direct). Principal Investigator (from December 2009, replacing Frank Stafford), “Children in Transition to Adulthood: Family and Sibling Connections,” April 2007 to June 2012, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, R01 HD52646, $ 1,146,594 (direct, for period as PI). Principal Investigator, “Resettlement and Well-Being of New Orleans Residents after Hurricane Katrina,” July 2008 to June 2012, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, R21 HD59087, $275,000 (direct). Co-Principal Investigator, “Neighborhood and Family Effects on Disparities in Chronic Disease,” (Anne R. Pebley, PI), July 2008 to June 2012, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, R01 HD58514, $301,763 (direct). Investigator, “Continuity and Change in American Economic and Social life: The PSID 2007–2011,” (Charles Brown, PI), March 2007 to February 2014, National Science Foundation, SES 0518943, $19,097,611 (total). Principal Investigator (from December 2009, replacing Frank Stafford), “Transitions from Preschool through High School: Family, Schools & Neighborhoods,” July 2007 to June 2011, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, R01 HD52646, $1,424,055 (direct, for period as PI). Co-Principal Investigator, “Socioeconomic Disparities in Young Adult Health,” (Jon Hussey, PI), July 2009 to June 2011, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, R01 HD57073, $156,512 (direct). Principal Investigator, “Administrative Supplement to the Survey of New Orleans Residents Displaced by Hurricane Katrina,” October 2009 to September 2010, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, R01 HD59106, $199,414 (direct). Co-Principal Investigator, “Neighborhood Effects on Children’s Health and Access to Care,” (with Anne R. Pebley), September 2007 to August 2010, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, R40 MC08726, $754,444 (total). Principal Investigator, “The Displaced New Orleans Residents Pilot Study,” December 2007 to November 2009, National Institute on Child Health and Human Development, R21 HD57608, $275,000 (direct). Principal Investigator, “Neighborhood and Family Effects on Stress and Health,” October 2004 to September 2009, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, R01 ES13907, $2,236,705 (direct). Administrative supplement $88,410 (direct).

Narayan Sastry–15 Principal Investigator, “Biomarkers of Stress and Health for Los Angeles Children,” June 2005 to March 2009, National Institute on Child Health and Human Development, R01 HD49865, $630,000 (direct). Principal Investigator, “Research and Policy Analysis Using the Displaced New Orleans Residents Pilot Survey,” June 2007 to November 2008, The Pew Charitable Trusts through the RAND Gulf States Policy Institute, $119,683 (total). Principal Investigator, “Socioeconomic and Ethnic Disparities in Adult Health,” December 2003 to November 2008, National Institute of Aging, R01 AG22005, $4,748,570 (direct). Principal Investigator, “Dislocation and Return of New Orleans Residents after Hurricane Katrina,” November 2007 to October 2008, Russell Sage Foundation, $35,000 (total). Co-Principal Investigator, “Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey Wave 2,” (with Anne R. Pebley), December 2003 to November 2008, National Institute on Child Health and Human Development, R01 HD35944, $7,577,947 (direct). Principal Investigator, “Models of Birthweight and Low Birthweight,” July 2003 to June 2005, National Institute on Child Health and Human Development, R03 HD44628, $100,000 (direct). Principal Investigator, “Residential Mobility and Tracking of Adults,” December 2002 to November 2004, National Institute on Aging, R03 AG21596, $100,000 (direct). Principal Investigator, “Neighborhood Effects on Children’s Well-Being,” February 2002 to January 2006, National Institute on Child Health and Human Development, R01 HD41486, $900,000 (direct). Minority Supplement for Sandraluz Lara-Cinisomo, R01 HD41486-S, $246,588 (direct). Co-Principal Investigator, “Neighborhood Effects, Poverty, and the Well-Being of Children,” (with Anne R. Pebley), component of “UCLA Project on Spatial Aspects of Inequality,” (Robert D. Mare, PI), January 2002 to December 2004, Russell Sage Foundation, Grant 83-02-02, $70,407 (direct). Principal Investigator, “Community Effects on Child Health,” July 2000 to June 2003, National Institute on Child Health and Human Development, R01 HD38556, $337,500 (direct). Principal Investigator, “Health Status of Adults and the Elderly in Malaysia,” component of Program Project “Health and Economic Status in Older Populations,” (Michael D. Hurd, PI), December 1998 to January 2001, National Institute on Aging, P01 AG08291, $490,160 (direct). Principal Investigator, “Rapid Urbanization, the Environment, and Infant Mortality,” September 1998 to August 2000, National Institute on Child Health and Human Development, R03 HD36695, $99,922 (direct). Investigator, “Los Angeles Study of Families and Communities,” (Anne R. Pebley, PI), September 1998 to November 2003, National Institute on Child Health and Human Development, R01 HD35944, $6,000,273 (direct). Principal Investigator, “The Health Effects of a Cross-National Environmental Disaster in Southeast Asia,” November 1997 to September 1999, National Security Research Division, RAND, $20,000 (direct).

Narayan Sastry–16 Co-Principal Investigator, “Third Malaysian Family Life Survey,” (with Julie DaVanzo, Stan Panis, and Christine Peterson), component of Program Project “Family Decisionmaking and Demographic Change,” (Julie DaVanzo, PI), March 1998 to February 2001, National Institute on Child Health and Human Development, P01 HD28372, $1,806,298 (direct). Co-Principal Investigator, “Changes in Child Care and Consequence for Children,” (with Anne R. Pebley and Rebecca Kilburn), component of Program Project “Family Decisionmaking and Demographic Change,” (Julie DaVanzo, PI), March 1998 to February 2003, National Institute on Child Health and Human Development, P01 HD28372, $389,206 (direct). Investigator, “Improving the Health of Californians: Design and Construction of a New Health Status Index,” (Neal Halfon, PI), March 1995 to August 1996, The California Wellness Foundation, $478,285 (total). Principal Investigator, “Estimating the Unit Costs of Schooling in El Salvador,” February 1995 to May 1995, The World Bank, $28,561 (total). Principal Investigator, “Municipality Characteristics and Child Health and Survival in Northeastern Brazil,” December 1992 to December 1993, Rockefeller Foundation/DHS Small Grant Award, $10,000 (total). Investigator, “The Relationship between Place of Residence and Child Health in Brazil,” (Noreen Goldman, PI), July 1991 to July 1992, Mellon Foundation/DHS Small Grant Award, $10,000 (total).