Dr Liliana Andriano is a Lecturer (equivalent to Tenure Track Assistant Professor) in Social Demography and Global Health at the Department of Social Statistics and Demography. She also is an associate member of Nuffield College, University of Oxford.
Her research investigates how climate change, conflict and other environmental processes affect health and demographic outcomes in sub-Saharan Africa. Dr Andriano has investigated how weather shocks during early childhood and young adulthood affect child health and family formation. Her research also investigates the role of female education in facilitating adaptation to climate change. A recent strand of her research agenda that is funded by the British Academy and Leverhulme Trust investigates the relationship between political conflict and demographic processes.