- Primary position:
- Research Fellow
Juliet is a Research Fellow with the ESRC Centre for Population Change (CPC). She joined CPC in 2009 and has worked on a variety of projects including work on leaving and returning home in young adulthood in the UK and transitions to living alone in later life. More recently, she has been involved with work examining women’s economic activity over the life course as a predictor of health in later life and a project examining the role of economic uncertainty in predicting the fertility behaviour of men and women.
Prior to joining CPC, Juliet completed her doctoral research in Social Medicine at Imperial College, London, where she investigated the measurement of life-course socioeconomic position and its relationship with health outcomes. She also holds an MSC in Social Research Methods with Statistics from City University, London and a BA in Media Studies from the University of Sussex.
The University of Southampton's electronic library (e-prints)
Juliet’s research interests include family and household dynamics; life course research; longitudinal research methods; and social epidemiology.
Research projects within the Centre for Population Change include: Economic uncertainty and fertility in the UK; Educational differentials in fertility; Transitions to living alone in later life; Economic activity trajectories and women’s health; Residential mobility trajectories across the life course; Leaving and returning home in young adulthood.