My academic background is a PhD in Sociology and Population Studies from Brown University, and a postdoc with shared residence at Princeton University and University of Copenhagen. Currently, I am Assistant Professor of Sociology at University of Copenhagen and an affiliate Marie Curie Fellow at Columbia University in the City of New York.
My research focuses on family demography, social and economic inequality, and children's health. I also hold significant expertise in quantitative methods and managing large and complex data.
I have a broad scientific knowledge base, and work to promote multidisciplinary research that bridges the social and natural sciences. In the DIVERGE project, I use my skills and expertise to investigate the heterogeneity family environment effects on children's health by the integration of molecular genetic information.
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