John Casterline, The Ohio State University
Casterline is a Professor of Population Studies at The Ohio State University and the director of OSU’s Institute for Population Research. He holds a PhD in sociology/demography from the University of Michigan. Prior to joining The Ohio State University, he held positions at the Population Council, Brown University, the World Fertility Survey, and served as a past president of the Population Association of America. Casterline’s scholarly career has been devoted to research on reproductive health, specifically fertility and contraception. Casterline is a contributing member of OPEN’s Reproductive Health in Ohio: The Ohio Survey of Women project.