Dr Collin Payne is an ARC DECRA Fellow and Senior Lecturer at the School of Demography.

Dr Payne’s research focuses on the intersections between population ageing and population health, with a focus on understanding the dynamics of intergenerational patterns of health and social inequalities in late-life wellbeing. His methodological work focuses on microsimulation analysis, causal methods for population health research, and the formal demography of longevity.

He joined the ANU School of Demography following a post-doctoral fellowship at the Harvard University Center for Population and Development Studies, and completed a PhD in demography at the University of Pennsylvania.

He is an ARC DECRA Fellow, an ANU Futures Scheme recipient, an Associate Investigator at the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research, and a member at the Australian Centre on China in the World.

Fields of expertise



Australian men on top when it comes to life expectancy

Australian men are now living longer than any other group of males in the world, according to new…

22 August 2019

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