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demographer , public health professor

Dominique Armand Meekers, American public health professor, demographer. Member American Public Health Association, Population Association American.


Meekers, Dominique Armand was born on June 23, 1962 in Diepenbeek, Belgium. Arrived in United States, 1987.


Bachelor magna cum laude, Free University Brussels, 1985. Master of Arts, University Pennsylvania, 1988. Doctor of Philosophy, University Pennsylvania, 1990.


Researcher Free University Brussels, 1985-1987. Research associate National Academy of Sciences, Washington, 1990-1991. Assistant professor, research associate Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 1992-1996.

Associate Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1996-2001. Research director Population Services International, Washington, 1996—2001. Professor department international health and development Tulane University, New Orleans, since 2001, chair, since 2005.

Consultant John Snow, Arlington, Virginia, 1992—1993, Demographic and Health Surveys, Macro International, Calverton, Maryland, 1993—1997, Population Services International, since 2001, Hewlett Foundation, since 2003. Invited member Committee Reproductive Health, 2000—2003, International Union Science Study Population.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional publications.


Member American Public Health Association, Population Association American.