Hui Zheng is an associate professor of sociology at The Ohio State University, affiliated with Institute for Population Research, Translational Data Analytics Institute, Criminal Justice Research Center, and East Asian Studies Center. He is a demographer, social epidemiologist, and quantitative social scientist.
His research focuses extensively on social and policy determinants of health, and population process of aging and mortality. On-going projects investigate the trend and causes of population health and inequality in the U.S., determinants and consequences of cognitive aging across the life course, health consequences of economic insecurity and opportunities, and nativity disparities in labor market and health.
His work is supported by grants from CDC (National Center for Health Statistics) and NIH (NIA, NICHD), covered by major media outlets including Time, New York Times, The Atlantic, and USA Today, and received Eliot Freidson Outstanding Publication Award Honorable Mention (2019) from ASA Medical Sociology Section. He was a consulting editor at American Journal of Sociology, and currently serves in the editorial boards of Journal of Health and Social Behavior, Journal of Marriage and Family, and Social Science Research. He is a council member of medical sociology section of American Sociological Association.
郑辉 (杜克大学社会学博士) 是俄亥俄州立大学社会学系副教授，人口研究所，数据研究所，刑事司法研究中心和东亚研究中心的教授成员。他的研究广泛关注于健康的社会和政策因素，人口老龄和死亡的动态分析。他主持和参与多项美国国立卫生研究院，美国疾病控制中心和加拿大社会科学与人文研究理事会的项目。研究成果发表在社会学，人口学，社会医学，流行病学等的国际权威期刊，得到纽约时报，时代杂志，大西洋月刊等新闻媒体的报道。他关于医疗扩张的研究获得美国社会学会医学社会学艾略特·弗雷德森杰出发表荣誉奖 (2019)。他最近研究美国的健康和不平等趋势，认知老化的生命周期，经济动荡和机遇的健康影响，移民的职业市场和健康。他曾任American Journal of Sociology顾问编辑，现任Journal of Health and Social Behavior, Journal of Marriage and Family, Social Science Research编辑委员会委员和美国社会学会医疗社会学理事会成员。