I am an assistant professor of social epidemiology. My research focuses on how social factors such as education, poverty and neighborhood deprivation are linked to health inequalities across the life course. I have a particular interest in applying advanced quantitative and quasi-experimental methods to study the potential implications of social and economic policies on population health and inequality in health.
Course manager: Sociology of health and illness - analytical perspectives, BA in Public Health
Supervision: Bachelor and master's thesis in Public Health and Medicine