I am an epidemiologist with a background in public health and a strong interest in social inequalities over the life course. I am experienced in social, reproductive, and cancer epidemiology and am a part of the Reproductive Epidemiology group (Olof Stephansson) at the Department of Medicine.
My research career to date falls under the overarching theme of women’s health, including: social inequalities in health, social determinants of health, life course epidemiology, reproductive epidemiology and cancer epidemiology. I am experienced in data management and contemporary epidemiological methods for data analysis, including extensive use of Swedish register data and longitudinal data sets.
Within the reproductive epidemiology group I work on a number of projects, including how the organisation of healthcare influences safety during childbirth, and maternal and infant outcomes.
- Post Doc. (2017-2021), Karolinska Institiutet, Sweden
- Ph.D. (2016), University of Queensland, Australia
- M.Sc. Population Health (2012), Stockholm University, Sweden
- Grad.Dip. Education (2002), RMIT University, Australia
- B.A. (2001) Sociology and Social Work, La Trobe University, Australia