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Philip AnglewiczPhilip Anglewicz, PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Global Health Systems and Development
Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
1440 Canal Street, Suite 2200
New Orleans, LA 70112
Phone: (504) 988-7324
Fax: (504) 988-3653
panglewi@tulane.edu

 

 

 

 


Research Interests:

Migration and health, impacts of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, aging in sub-Saharan Africa, biomarker measures of health, survey methodology


Educational Background:

  • PhD, Demography, University of Pennsylvania
  • MA, Demography, University of Pennsylvania
  • BA, Philosophy, Indiana University

 

Publications: 

Anglewicz P, Gourvenec D, Halldorsdottir I, O'Kane C, Koketso O, Gorgens M, Kasper T. The effect of interview method on self-reported sexual behavior and perceptions of community norms in Botswana. AIDS Behav. 2013 Feb;17(2):674-87.

Anglewicz, Philip and Shelley Clark.  “The effect of marriage and HIV status on condom use in rural Malawi.” Social Science & Medicine, forthcoming.

Eisele, Thomas, David A. Larsen, Philip Anglewicz, Joseph Keating, et al. (2013). “Weighing for results: Evaluating the impact of IPTp- authors’ reply” The Lancet- Infectious Diseases 13(4) 292-293. 

Kohler, Iliana, Beth Soldo, Philip Anglewicz, Ben Chilima, Hans-Peter Kohler (2013).  “Inflammation, chronic diseases and aging in a developing country context: evidence from biomarker data collection in Malawi.” Population Health Metrics 11(4).

Anglewicz, Philip, Diana Gourvenec, Iris Halldorsdottir, Cate O’Kane, Obakeng Koketso, Marelize  Gorgens, Toby Kasper (2013). “The effect of interview method on self-reported sexual behavior  and perceptions of community norms in Botswana” AIDS and Behavior 17(2) 674-687.

Eisele, Thomas, David A. Larsen, Philip Anglewicz, Joseph Keating, et al. (2012). “Malaria prevention in pregnancy is associated with reductions in low birth weight and neonatal mortality: a meta-analysis of 32 national cross-sectional datasets in Africa” The Lancet- Infectious Diseases 12(12) 942-949. 

Kohler, Iliana, Philip Anglewicz, Hans-Peter Kohler, John McCabe, Ben Chilima, Beth Soldo (2012).  “Evaluating health and disease in sub-Saharan Africa: minimally invasive collection of plasma in the Malawi Longitudinal Study of Families and Health (MLSFH).” Genus 68(2) 1-27. 

Anglewicz, Philip (2012). “Migration, marital change and HIV infection in Malawi” Demography 49(1) 239-265.

Kohler, Iliana, Hans-Peter Kohler, Philip Anglewicz, Jere Behrman (2012). “Intergenerational transfers in the era of HIV/AIDS: evidence from rural Malawi” Demographic Research 27(27) 775-834. 

Freeman, Emily and Philip Anglewicz (2012). “HIV prevalence and sexual behavior at older ages in rural Malawi”  International Journal of STD & AIDS 23(7) 490–496.

Anglewicz, Philip and Jesman Chintsanya (2011). “Disclosure of HIV status between spouses in rural Malawi” AIDS Care 23(8) 998-1005.
  
Bignami-Van Assche, Simona, Peter Fleming, Ari Van Assche, Catherine van de Ruit, Philip Anglewicz (2011). “HIV/AIDS and time allocation in rural Malawi” Demographic Research 24(27) 671-708.

Anglewicz, Philip, Simona Bignami-Van Assche, Shelley Clark, James Mkandawire (2010). “HIV risks among currently married couples in rural Malawi: what do spouses know about each other” AIDS and Behavior 14(1) 103-112.

Anglewicz, Philip, Jimi Adams, Francis Onyango, Susan Watkins, Hans-Peter Kohler (2009). “The Malawi Diffusion and Ideational Change Project 2004-06: data collection, data quality, and analysis of attrition” Demographic Research 20(21) 503-540. 

Anglewicz, Philip and Hans-Peter Kohler (2009).  “Overestimating HIV infection: the construction and accuracy of subjective probabilities of HIV infection in rural Malawi” Demographic Research 20(6) 65-96.

Obare, Francis, Peter Fleming, Philip Anglewicz, Rebecca Thornton, et al. (2009).  “HIV incidence and learning one’s HIV status: evidence from repeat population-based voluntary counseling and testing in rural Malawi” Sexually Transmitted Infections 85(2) 139-144.

Bignami Van-Assche, Simona, Li-Wei Chao, Philip Anglewicz, Agatha Bula, David Chilongozi (2007). “The validity of self-reported HIV infection among the general population in rural Malawi” Sexually Transmitted Infections 83(1) 35-40.

Chatterji, Minki, Nancy Murray, David London, Philip Anglewicz (2005). “The factors influencing transactional sex among young men and women in 12 sub-Saharan African countries” Social Biology 52(1-2) 56-72.

 

Personal Statement:

Philip Anglewicz's primary research interest is the relationship between migration and health in developing countries, which he has pursued in several contexts.  In 2007, Anglewicz conducted a study on the relationship between internal migration, marriage and HIV infection in Malawi, which involved collecting survey and HIV biomarker data for over 500 migrants in Malawi.  In his current research, Anglewicz is investigating the relationship between rural-urban migration and health in Thailand, and the effect of Hurricane Katrina on migration patterns of the Vietnamese population in New Orleans.  In addition to migration, Anglewicz is also engaged in research on the effects of the HIV/AIDS epidemic on household composition and social support systems in sub-Saharan Africa, biomarker measures of health, and survey methodology.
 

Level of Instruction:

graduate

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