ICPSR’s J. Trent Alexander Receives Honor from U-M Office of the Vice President for Research


Congrats to ICPSR's J. Trent Alexander

ANN ARBOR—Associate ICPSR Director and Research Professor J. Trent Alexander is one of five research faculty members from across the University of Michigan being honored in October for leadership and advancement of critical work in areas, from drug discovery to migration patterns.  

Alexander, a research professor at the U-M Population Studies Center and ICPSR, will be recognized by the U-M Office of the Vice President for Research (OPVR) as he begins a five-year appointment as an OVPR Collegiate Research Professor. Alexander, principal investigator on the Decennial Census Digitization and Linkage Project, is developing a longitudinal data infrastructure that includes most of the U.S. population since 1940. This resource will create transformational research opportunities across the social, behavioral and health sciences.

Read more in The University Record.


Contact: Dory Knight-Ingram

Jul 12, 2023

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