David F. Warner is a social demographer whose research lies at the intersection of health, families, and aging. He studies the development and consequences of ill-health—with attention to variations by marital status, gender, and race/ethnicity, and among vulnerable populations. He is currently Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
What’s holding back our progress in population and public health? First we need a healthy democracy and attention to state-level policies that create disparities. David Warner filed this report from our October 2018 Population Health Conference.