Researcher at Stockholm University Demography Unit (SUDA)
In October 2019, I was granted 3.6 million SEK from FORTE to lead the project "Migrant Mortality Advantage Lost? Emerging Lifespan Inequalities Among Migrants and their Descendants" (2020-2023). In short, this project will focus upon the mortality outcomes of the descendants of migrants (i.e. the second-generation) to try to better capture the extent of inequalities experienced by migrant populations in Sweden.
Previously, I worked at the French National Demographic Institute (INED, Jan 2016-Dec 2018) on the National Institutes of Health-funded project entitled "Mobility, Selectivity and the Migrant Mortality Advantage" with Michel Guillot, Myriam Khlat and Irma T Elo. See the publications page for links to our work (ongoing).
Generally, I am working on a variety of projects with colleagues across European countries on areas related to health, mortality, migration, integration, and inequality. Up to this point, my core research has focused on the intersection between migration and mortality, notably the "migrant mortality advantage".