A lecturer in Social Statistics and Demography in the University of Southampton (part time) and a researcher at the French Institute for Demographic Studies (INED) (full time). A social demographer interested in population, sexual and reproductive health in different parts of the world.
- Sexual and reproductive health
- Population Health
- Social Demography
My research interests include sexual and reproductive health, access to family planning services, and dynamics of pregnancy intentions. I am also interested in the effect of life course events on health and wellbeing later in life. I use longitudinal, multilevel and event-history modelling as well as other advanced quantitative methods in my research.
Current PhD Students
DEMO6020 Demographic Methods 1
External roles and responsibilities
I joined the Department of Social Statistics and Demography as a lecturer in 2015 and in 2021 switched to a part-time role after taking up a position at INED in Aubervilliers, France.
I conducted my PhD studies in Demography at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). The title of my thesis was “A Life Course Perspective to Abortions in Finland”.
I hold an MSc in Social Research Methods from LSE (2012) and an MSocSci in Sociology from University of Helsinki (2010).
Previously I conducted an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) funded overseas placement in the Guttmacher Institute in New York in 2014, and worked as a researcher and project coordinator in University of Helsinki and in the Population Research Institute of the Family Federation of Finland (2009-2011).
I spent a year in École Normale Supérieure in Paris in 2007/2008 studying sociology and ethnography.