Stockholm University Demography Unit (SUDA)
I started working as a researcher at SUDA in Jan 2019, having previously worked at the French National Demographic Institute (INED, Jan 2016-Dec 2018) on the NIH-funded project "Mobility, Selectivity and the Migrant Mortality Advantage". I am working on a wide variety of projects with international colleagues in several European countries. However, my main interest is advancing understanding of health and mortality differences between immigrants, their descendants and the majority populations in high-income host countries. At SUDA, I am employed within the SUNDEM project, which takes full advantage of the unique qualities of register data to advance our understanding of Nordic demography (various subjects).
My PhD "Mortality Among Immigrants and their Descendants in England and Wales" was obtained from the University of Liverpool in 2016 and was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council through the North West Doctoral Training Centre. You can find a summary of my thesis in the book "Migration, Health and Survival: International Perspectives".
Keywords: mortality; morbidity; international migration; socioeconomic position; generations; life course; disparities; inequalities; event history analysis.