People

The team at ESRC Centre for Population Change brings together experts from the Universities of Southampton, St Andrews, Edinburgh, Stirling and Strathclyde, the National Records of Scotland, the Office for National Statistics and the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships. Our staff are leading experts in the fields of demography, economics, geography, gerontology, sociology, social policy and social statistics, with expertise in both qualitative and quantitative research methodologies.

Associates

Guy Abel

Dr Guy Abel

Research Scientist and Professor - Vienna Institute of Demography and Shanghai University

+43 1 313367723

guy.abel@oeaw.ac.at

Guy Abel is a Research Scientist in Social Statistics at the Wittgenstein Centre for Demography and Global Human Capital at the Vienna Institute of Demography. He is also a Professor in the School of Sociology and Political Science at Shanghai University. He was previously a Research Fellow for CPC working within the modelling research strand. He has worked on the following projects for CPC:

 
Professor Bridget Anderson

Professor Bridget Anderson

Professor & Research Director - Centre on Migration, Policy and Society

 

+44 (0) 1865 274719

 

bridget.anderson@compas.ox.ac.uk

 

Bridget Anderson is a Professor of Migration and Citizenship and Research Director at COMPAS, primarily working on projects in the Citizenship and Belonging, Labour Markets and Welfare clusters. Bridget is Co-Investigator of the following joint CPC-COMPAS project in the migration strand:

 
Caroline Andow

Miss Caroline Andow

Postgraduate Research Student - University of Southampton

C.Andow@soton.ac.uk

Caroline Andow is a Postgraduate Research Student in Sociology within the Social Sciences department of the University of Southampton. She has worked on the following project for the migration strand of CPC:

 
Heidi Armbruster

Dr Heidi Armbruster

Associate Professor - University of Southampton

+4423 8059 2210

H.Armbruster@soton.ac.uk

Heidi Armbruster is an Associate Proessor of Modern Languages, Programme Leader in German and a Convenor in Transnational Studies at the University of Southampton. She has an interest in migration and her most recent research project focused on questions of postcolonial German migration to Nambia.

 
Roxana Barbulescu

Dr Roxana Barbulescu

Research Fellow - University of Leeds

Dr Roxana Barbulescu is a Research Fellow in the Department of Social Policy at the University of Leeds. She has previously worked as a Research Fellow for CPC, a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at College of Europe, Natolin and a Research Assistant at the University of Sheffield (Department of Sociological Studies and Sheffield institute for International Development). Since 2011, she is a Country Expert for the European Union Observatory for Democracy and Citizenship at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies. Roxana has worked on the following project for the migration strand of CPC:

 
Eva Beaujouan

Dr Eva Beaujouan

Research Scientist - Vienna Institute of Demography

+43 151581 7721

eva.beaujouan@oeaw.ac.at

Eva Beaujouan is a Research Scientist in Demography at the Vienna Institute of Demography. Previously she was a CPC Research Fellow working within the fertility strand, for which she has worked on the following projects:

 
Clare Bennett

Claire Bennett

Senior Researcher - NatCen

Claire Bennett is a Senior Researcher in NatCen's Crime and Justice team.She is currently working on Risk and Resilience, a suicide prevention study and on an evaluation of witness experiences of Section 28 (part of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999).Claire is a Visiting Scholar  at the Weeks Centre for Social and Policy Research, London South Bank University and a member of the Board of Trustees for Detention Action, an NGO working in Detention Centres across the UK.Previously she worked as a Senior Research Assistant for CPC working within the migration strand, for which she was working on the following project:

 
Heather Booth

Dr Heather Booth

Associate Professor/Reader - Australian National University

heather.booth@anu.edu.au

Heather Booth is an Associate Professor and Reader in Demography at the Australian Demographic and Social Research Institute at the Australian National University. She has worked with former CPC research fellow Hanlin Shang within the field of Estimation, Modelling and Forecasting.

 
Valeria Bordone

Dr Valeria Bordone

Lecturer - Ludwig-Maximilians University

 

valeria.bordone@soziologie.uni-muenchen.de 

Valeria Bordone is a Lecturer in Gerontology at Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich.  Previously she has worked at the Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU) in Vienna, Austria as a Research Scholar and at the University of Southampton in both the Centre for Research on Ageing and CPC. Valeria’s main research interests relate to intergenerational relationships within the family (between grandparents, parents and grandchildren), with a particular focus on the role of grandparents. She has worked within the intergenerational exchange strand of CPC.

 
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Dr Emma Calvert

Lecturer - Queen's University Belfast

+44 (0) 28 9097 3958

e.calvert@qub.ac.uk

Emma Calvert is a Lecturer in Sociology at Queen’s University in Belfast. She was previously a research fellow at the ESRC Centre for population Change working within the lifecourse strand. Emma has worked on the following project for CPC:

 
Amos Channon

Dr Andrew 'Amos' Channon

Associate Professor - University of Southampton 

+44 (0)23 8059 5673

A.R.Channon@soton.ac.uk

Amos Channon is an Associate Professor in Demography and Deputy Director of the Southampton ESRC DTC at the University of Southampton. His main research interest is relating to cross-national comparisons of health inequalities over time in low and middle income countries, especially with regard to maternal and child health. Amos has previously worked within the modelling strand of CPC.

 
David Clifford

Dr David Clifford

Lecturer - University of Southampton

+4423 8059 3352

David.Clifford@soton.ac.uk

David Clifford is a Lecturer in Demography at the University of Southampton. He has an interest in social and demographic issues with a background in quantitative analysis.

 
Sarah C-B

Professor Sarah Cunnigham-Burley

Professor - University of Edinburgh

+44 (0)131 6503217/6511943

Sarah.C.Burley@ed.ac.uk

Sarah Cunningham-Burley is a Professor of Medical and Family Sociology at the University of Edinburgh. Sarah has previously worked within the fertility strand of the CPC, for which she has worked on the following project:

 
Dieter Demey

Dr Dieter Demey

Visiting Research Fellow - University of Southampton

Dieter Demey is a Visiting Senior Research Assistant in Demography at the University of Southampton. He is working within the living arrangements strand of the CPC, for which he has worked on the following project:

 
George Disney

Dr George Disney

Research Fellow - University of Otago

george.disney@otago.ac.nz

George Disney is a Research Fellow within the Department of Public Health at the University of Otago. He is currently working on the NZ Census Mortality and Cancer Trends Study (NZCMS/CT). Prior to this George completed his PhD in Social Statistics on "Model-based estimates of UK immigration" at the University of Southampton and then worked as a Research Fellow within the CPC modelling strand on the following CPC-linked Home Office commissioned project:

 
Adriana Duta

Adriana Duta

Research Fellow - University of Edinburgh

Adriana.Duta@ed.ac.uk

Adriana Duta is a Research Fellow within the Applied Quantitative Methods Network, Education and Social Stratification strand based at the University of Edinburgh. She was previously an afilliated PhD student and Research Fellow at the Centre for Population Change at the University of Southampton, for which she was working within the fertility and family strand.

 
Tom Ezard

Dr Thomas Ezard

Advanced Senior Research Fellow - University of Southampton

+4423 8059 3639

T.Ezard@soton.ac.uk

Thomas Ezard is an NERC Advanced Senior Research Fellow at the University of Southampton. He uses mathematical and statistical models to understand how individual development and population age-structure interact with environmental change to determine ecological and evolutionary change. His research is interdisciplinary and aims to better integrate theoretical and empirical approaches.

 
Robin Flowerdew

Professor Robin Flowerdew

Professor - University of St Andrews

r.flowerdew@st-andrews.ac.uk

Robin Flowerdew is a Professor of Geography at the University of St Andrews. He is working within the migration strand of the CPC.

 
Paulina Galezewska

Dr Paulina Galezewska

Research Officer - Office for National Statistics

pbg1e11@soton.ac.uk

Paulina is a Research Officer at the Office for National Statistics in the Demographic Methods Centre within the Methodology Group. She recently completed her PhD in Social Statistics and Demography at the University of Southampton within the following CPC linked fertility strand project:

 
Stuart Gietel-Basten

Dr Stuart Gietel-Basten

Associate Professor - University of Oxford

stuart.basten@spi.ox.ac.uk

Stuart Gietel-Basten is Associate Professor of Social Policy in the Department of Social Policy and Intervention at the University of Oxford. A historical demographer by training, his research now concentrates on fertility and ageing in East and South-East Asia. He also works on the use of demography in policymaking and the link between demography and social theory. He is founder and editor of openpop.org, a collaborative blog on international population issues, as well as editor of the Springer book series European Studies on Population

 
Corrado Giulietti

Dr Corrado Giulietti

Associate Professor - University of Southampton

+44 (0) 2380 593529

c.giulietti@soton.ac.uk

Corrado Giulietti is an Associate Professor in Economics at the University of Southampton. Previously, he was the Director of Research at the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) in Bonn, Germany. Corrado has collaborated with the ESRC Centre for Population Change on several projects related to migration including:

 

Dr Madelín Gómez León

Research Fellow - Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Madelín Gómez León is a Research Fellow in Demography at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. Previously she was a Research Fellow for the Centre for Population Change, working within the intergenerational exchange and life course research strands. She was also a PhD student in the Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, where she wrote her PhD thesis focus in (early) exits from labour market and gender differences in Spain. Madelín has worked on the following projects:

 
Sue Heath

Professor Sue Heath

Professor - University of Manchester

+44 (0)161 275 2493

Sue.Heath@manchester.ac.uk

Sue Heath is a Professor of Sociology at the University of Manchester and a Co-Director of the Morgan Centre for the Study of Relationships and Personal Life. She has previously been co-director of two ESRC Research Centres: the National Centre for Research Methods and the Centre for Population Change. During her period with CPC she worked within the living arrangements strand, for which she has worked on the following projects:

 
Stefanie Hoherz

Stefanie Hoherz

Post-Doctoral Researcher - Frankfurt am Main University

S.Hoherz@soton.ac.uk

Stefanie is a Post-Doctoral Researcher at Frankfurt am Main University. Previously she was a Senior Research Assistant for CPC working within the Fertility and Family Change research strand. Stefanie completed her PhD at the Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Essex. Her research focused on how young parents’ careers and time spent with children is affected by conflicting time demands in the family and work spheres. She has previously worked on the following research project for CPC:

 
Rob Hyndman

Professor Rob Hyndman

Professor - Monash University

Rob.Hyndman@monash.edu

Rob Hyndman is a Professor of Statistics and Director of the Business and Economic Forecasting Unit at Monash University in Australia. He is also Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Forecasting and a Director of the International Institute of Forecasters. He has previously worked with CPC research fellow Hanlin Shang.

 
 
Lucy Jordan

Dr Lucy Jordan

Assistant Professor - University of Hong Kong

(+852) 39171094

 jordanlp@hku.hk

Lucy Jordan is Assistant Professor in the Department of Social Work and Social Administration at the University of Hong Kong. She is working within the migration strand of the CPC.

 
Chodziwadziwa Kabudula

Chodziwadziwa Kabudula

Lecturer - London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

chodziwadziwa.kabudula@lshtm.ac.uk

Chodziwadziwa is a Lecturer within the Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. He is currently working on the ALPHA Network Project. Prior to this he was working as a Senior Data Scientist at the MRC/Wits Rural Public Health and Health Transitions Research Unit (Agincourt) in South Africa. He has worked within the intergenerational relations strand of CPC on the following project linked with CPC:

 

 
Richard Kapend

Dr Richard Kapend

Lecturer - University of Portsmouth

richard.kapend@port.ac.uk

Richard Kapend is a Lecturer in Criminology and Quantitative Research Methods within the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies at the University of Portsmouth. His PhD studies which he completed at the Unhiversity of Southampton looked at the case of the D R Congo to assess consequences of armed conflicts on all three components of population change. He is linked to the modelling strand of CPC.

 
John Knowles

Professor John Knowles

Professor - Simon Fraser University

john_knowles@sfu.ca

John Knowles is a Professor of Economics at the Economics department of Simon Fraser University, Canada. He has worked within the fertility strand of the CPC, for which he has worked on the following projects:

 
Ye Liu

Dr Ye Liu

Associate Professor - Sun Yat-sen University

Ye Liu is an Associate Professor in the School of Geography and Planning at Sun Yat-sen University, China. He received his PhD at Department of Geography & Resource Management, the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research interest focuses on migration, labour market, urban neighbourhoods, and regional development. He previously worked within the migration strand of CPC, for which he is worked on the following project:

 
Mark Lyons-Amos

Dr Mark Lyons-Amos

Research Fellow - London School of Economics and Political Science

m.lyons-amos@lse.ac.uk

Mark Lyons-Amos is a Fellow in Population Health at theLondon School of Economics and Political Science. Previously he has worked on the PATHWAYS research programme at the Institute of Education. He has also previously worked within the fertility strand of CPC, for which he has worked on the following projects:

 
Xavier Mateos-Planas

Professor Xavier Mateos-Planas

Professor - Queen Mary University of London

+44 (0)20 7882 8841

x.mateos-planas@qmul.ac.uk

Xavier Mateos-Planas is a Professor and Director of Research in the School of Economics and Finance at the Queen Mary University of London. He has previously worked within the fertility strand of the CPC for which he has worked on the following project:

 
Gabriela Mejia Pailles

Dr Gabriela Mejia Pailles

Visiting Research Fellow - University of Southampton

G.Mejia-Pailles@soton.ac.uk

Gabriela Mejia Pailles is a Visiting Research Fellow in Demography at the University of Southampton. Previously she worked as a Research Fellow for CPC working on a project linked to the Fertility and Family Change strand with Vicky Hosegood. She has also worked as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in the Centre for Demographic, Urban and Environmental Studies at El Colegio de Mexico, carrying out research on the role of demographic interventions to reduce Maternal Mortality and Morbidity in Ghana.  Gabriela has worked on the following project for CPC:

 
Julia Mikolai

Dr Julia Mikolai

Post-Doctoral Research Associate - University of Liverpool

J.Mikolai@liverpool.ac.uk

Julia Mikolai is a Post-Doctoral Research Associate within the Geography and Planning department of the University of Liverpool. She is currently working on the PartnerLifeProject , which studies the interrelationship between partner relationships, residential relocations and housing in the life course. Julia completed her PhD in social statistics and demography at the University of Southampton. Her research investigated the intersection between partnership experiences and the transition to motherhood in several European countries and the United States using multi-state event history models. She is linked to the fertility and family strand of CPC.

 
Sarah Morton

Sarah Morton

Knowledge Exchange - Centre for Research on Families and Relationships Edinburgh

s.morton@ed.ac.uk

Sarah is the Co-Director for the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships based in the University of Edinburgh. Her role is to lead the Knowledge Exchange team which facilitates ways in which research on families and relationships can be widely used. This includes liaising with non-academic organisations and developing joint work; disseminating CRFR's research and other research relevant to families and relationships; developing a programme of events and other opportunities for dialogue between academics, policy makers and practitioners; and developing CRFR's network of those interested in families and relationship research.

 
Panagiotis Nanos

Dr Panagiotis Nanos

Lecturer - University of Sheffield

+44 (0)114 222 3316

P.Nanos@sheffield.ac.uk

Panagiotis Nanos is a Lecturer in Economics at the University of Sheffield. His research interests lie in the broad field of labour economics. His work focuses on labour markets characterised by trading frictions. Panagiotis has previously been involved in research projects linked to migration.

 
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Dr Sarah Neal

Research Fellow - University of Southampton

+44 (0) 2380 592577

S.Neal@soton.ac.uk

Sarah Neal is a British Academy Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Southampton. Her interests include maternal and child health (with particular focus on the neonatal period), adolescent sexual and reproductive health, measuring inequities in health and healthcare in fragile states. Sarah is currently researching motherhood in very young adolescents (under 16 years) in developing countries.

 
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Dr Beata Nowok

Research Fellow - University of Edinburgh

+44 (0) 131 651 4014

Beata.Nowok@ed.ac.uk

Beata Nowok is currently a Research Fellow in the School of GeoSciences at the University of Edinburgh and the Longitudinal Studies Centre Scotland. She is currently working on the Synthetic Data Estimation for UK Longitudinal Studies (SYLLS) project, for which she is based in Edinburgh. She has previously worked as a Research Fellow within the migration strand of CPC and has worked on the following project:

 

Sabu Padmadas

Professor Sabu Padmadas

Professor - University of Southampton

+44 (0)23 8059 4382

S.Padmadas@soton.ac.uk

Sabu Padmadas is a Professor of Demography and Global Health at the University of Southampton. He is also the Head of Teaching Programmes and Co-Director of GHP3 (Centre for Global Health, Population, Poverty & Policy). He has worked on the following CPC linked projects within the life course, migration and intergenerational exchange strands:

 
Saseendran Pallikadavath

Dr Saseendran Pallikadavath

Senior Lecturer - University of Portsmouth 

+44 (0)2392 844442

Sasee.Pallikadavath@port.ac.uk

Saseendran Pallikadavath is a Senior Lecturer in Demography and Co-ordinator of Global Health at the University of Portsmouth. He has previously been involved in the fertility strand of the CPC.

 
Dafni Papoutsaki

Dafni Papoutsaki

Teaching Fellow - University of Southampton

D.Papoutsaki@soton.ac.uk

Dafni Papoutsaki is a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Economics at the University of Southampton. She was previously a Research Fellow for the Centre for Population Change at the University of Southampton, for which she was working within the new mobilities and migration strand on the following project:

 
Pathik Pathak

Dr Pathik Pathak

Faculty Director - University of Southampton

+4423 8059 2578

P.Pathak@soton.ac.uk

Pathik Pathak is the Faculty Director of Social Entrepreneurship within the Sociology, Social Policy & Criminology section of the Social Sciences department at the University of Southampton. He is also the Founding Director of the University's Social Impact Lab. His current research is a cross-cultural exploration of social entrepreneurship and discourses of employability in global higher education. Pathik has also become a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and was awarded the Mahatma Gandhi Pravasi Samann in 2015 for outstanding contributions to education.

 
Serena Pattaro

Ms Serena Pattaro

Research Associate - University of Glasgow

Serena.Pattaro@glasgow.ac.uk

Serena Pattaro is a Research Associate ithin the Administrative Data Research Centre for Scotland (ADRC-S) and Urban Studies Department at the University of Glasgow. She has recently completed her DPhil in Sociology at the University of Oxford on "Women's Employment Instability and Fertility Dynamics: Cross-Cohort Changes in Italy and Sweden". She was previously a Senior Research Assistant in Demography at the University of Southampton. Serena has worked within the fertility strand of CPC, for which she has worked on the following project:

 

Dr Emilia Pietka-Nykaza

Lecturer - University of West of Scotland

+44 (0)141 848 3797

emilia.pietka-nykaza@uws.ac.uk

Emilia Pietka-Nykaza is a Lecturer in Sociology and Social Policy at the University of West of Scotland.  She holds MPhil in Sociology (University of Strathclyde), MSc in Refugee and Migration studies (University of Strathclyde) and Master in Political Science (University of Warsaw). Her research and academic experience is centred on exploring complexities of integration and migrants’ settlement processes from a multidisciplinary and policy-focussed perspective. Emilia is currently involved in building an online community of practice for Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Network (mhpss.net) in refugee resettlement and integration across the Europe. Previously, she worked as a CPC research fellow within the migration and constitutional change strands. She is working/has worked on the following CPC projects:

 
Laura Prazeres

Laura Prazeres

Research Fellow - University of Dundee

L.Prazeres@dundee.ac.uk

Laura is a Research Fellow in the Department of Geography at the University of Dundee. She is currently working on a DFID funded project that explores youth transitions in protracted crisis. Laura previously worked within the migration strand of the CPC with Allan Findlay and David McCollum on a project examining the drivers of international student mobility:

 
James Raymer

Professor James Raymer

Professor - Australian National University

james.raymer@anu.edu.au

James Raymer is a Professor in Demography and Head of the School of Demography at the Australian National University. His areas of expertise include demography, migration and human geography. He has previously worked within the modelling and migration strands of CPC, for which he has worked on the following projects:

 
James Robards

Dr James Robards

Senior Research Officer - Office for National Statistics

James Robards is a Senior Research Officer at the Office for National Statistics where he works in the Population Statistics Transformation Unit on question and questionnaire design for the 2021 Census. This is funded by the Census Transformation Programme which aims to make the best use of all available data in England and Wales to enhance the provision of population statistics.

 

Previous appointments James held at the University of Southampton include:

Research Fellow in the ESRC National Centre for Research Methods where he researched the use of automated zone design for the spatial aggregation of census and administrative data in relation to Statistical Disclosure Control (2015-2017).

Research Fellow in the ESPRC Care Life Cycle where he engaged with research on ageing, informal care, wellbeing and the drivers of health and social care (2011-2015).

PhD candidate in Social Statistics and Demography, supervised by Prof. Ann Berrington and Dr. Andy Hinde, completing a thesis titled ‘Estimating the fertility of migrants to England and Wales using the Office for National Statistics Longitudinal Study’ (2012).

 

For a full list of publications by James please see his Google Scholar profile.

 
Steve Roberts

Dr Steven Roberts

Senior Lecturer - Monash University

+ 61 (03)990 52545

Steven.D.Roberts@monash.edu

Steven Roberts is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Monash University in Australia. Previously he was working within the living arrangements strand of the CPC, for which he worked on the following project:

 
Joanna Sage

Dr Joanna Sage

Head of Intelligence - London Borough of Hounslow

Joanna Sage is currently the Head of Intelligence for the London Borough of Hounslow. She was previously a Post Doctoral Research Fellow in Population Geography for the Centre for Population Population Change at the University of Southampton. She has worked within the living arrangements strand of the CPC, looking at lifecourse perspectives on urban and social change. Joanna has worked on the following projects for CPC:

 
Nora Sanchez Gassen

Dr Nora Sanchez Gassen

Research Fellow - Stockholm University

nora.sanchez@sociology.su.se

Nora Sánchez Gassen is a Research Fellow in Demography at Stockholm University. In addition, Nora works with researchers at INED (France) on a project about the emergence and implementation of fertility issues at the European Union level. Previously Nora worked as a Research Fellow for CPC within the fertility strand of CPC. She has previously collaborated with Brienna Perelli-Harris on the following project::

 
Alice Schoonbroodt

Professor Alice Schoonbroodt

Assistant Professor - University of Iowa

+1 319 335 0915

alice-schoonbroodt@uiowa.edu

Alice Schoonbroodt is an Assistant Professor in Economics at the University of Iowa. Her research interests include macroeconomics, demographic economics and family economics, growth and development. She has previously worked within the fertility and family strand of CPC, for which she has worked on the following project:

 
Elisabeth Schroeder-Butterfill

Dr Elisabeth Schroeder-Butterfill

Lecturer - University of Southampton

+44 (0)23 8059 6880

E.Schroeder-Butterfill@soton.ac.uk

Elisabeth Schroeder-Butterfill is a Lecturer in Gerontology and Chair of the Faculty Ethics Committee for the Faculty of Social, Human and Mathematical Sciences at the University of Southampton. She has an interest in older people's social and support networks in developing and transitional societies. Elisabeth has previously worked for CPC within the migration strand, for which she has worked on the following project:

 
Bindi Shah

Dr Bindi Shah

Lecturer - University of Southampton

 

+44 (0) 2380 593563

 

B.Shah@soton.ac.uk

 

Bindi Shah is a Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Southampton. She has a special research interest in Migration, Asian American and British South Asian second-generation, Citizenship, Sociology of Religion, Critical Race and Feminist Studies and Youth Activism.

 
Han Lin Shang

Dr Han Lin Shang

Senior Lecturer - Australian National University

hanlin.shang@anu.edu.au

Han Lin Shang is a Senior Lecturer in Applied Statistics in the Research School of Finance, Actuarial Studies and Applied Statistics at the Australian National University. He has previously worked within CPC as a member of the modelling strand team. Hanlin has worked on the following project for CPC:

 
Marina Shapira

Dr Marina Shapira

Lecturer - University of Stirling

 

+44 (0)1786 467724

marina.shapira@stir.ac.uk

Marina Shapira is a Lecturer in Quantative Research Methods at the University of Stirling. She has previously worked within the migration strand of the CPC, for which she has contributed to the following project:

 
Tomas Sobotka

Dr Tomáš Sobotka

Senior Researcher - Vienna Institute of Demography

tomas.sobotka@oeaw.ac.at

Tomáš Sobotka is a Senior Researcher and Leader for the Comparative European Demography Research Group at the Vienna Institute of Demography  (Austrian Academy of Sciences). He is interested in a broad range of topics, including low fertility, changes in family, childlessness, measurement issues, fertility intentions and assisted reproduction as well as the interrelation between migration, fertility and population trends.

 
Jeroen Spijker

Jeroen Spijker

Research Fellow - Center for Demographic Studies

jspijker@ced.uab.es

Jeroen Spijker is currently a "Ramon y Cajal" Research Fellow at the Center for Demographic Studies, situated near Barcelona, Spain. His previous employers include the Vienna Institute of Demography as well as the University of Edinburgh where he worked on an ESRC-funded project that looked at new ways to measure the diverse experience of population ageing. He is now extending his research by also studying the determinants of coresidence and dependence of the old-age population, with a special focus on Spain. Jeroen obtained a BA (1994) in Sociology and Human Geography from Massey University, New Zealand and a Master (1997) and PhD (2004) in Spatial Sciences (specialisation Demography) from Groningen University, the Netherlands. Jeroen has worked within the CPC life course strand, for which he worked on the following CPC-linked project:

 
Marta Styrc

Marta Styrc

Visiting Research Fellow - University of Southampton

M.E.Styrc@soton.ac.uk

Marta Styrc is a Visiting Research Fellow in the field of Demography at the University of Southampton. Previously she was a Research Fellow for CPC working within the Fertility and Family Change strand with Brienna Perelli-Harris. She gained her PhD at the Institute of Statistics and Demography, Warsaw School of Economics. Marta has worked on the following CPC linked project:

 

Dr Sylvia Szabo

Nutrition Policy and Advocacy Advisor - Save the Children International

Sylvia Szabo is a Nutrition Policy and Advocacy Advisor at Save the Children International. She is also a Visiting Academic at the University of Southampton. She has previously worked as a Research Fellow within the Social Sciences department of the University of Southampton, working on the Belmont Forum DELTAS project, which aims to unify scientific understanding of delta regions as coupled socio-ecological systems.

 
Peter Tammes

Dr Peter Tammes

Senior Quantitative Research Associate - University of Bristol

p.tammes@bristol.ac.uk

Peter Tammes is a Senior Quantitative Research Associate at the School of Social and Community Medicine at the University of Bristol. He is currently working on a study investigating primary care factors associated with utilisation of unscheduled secondary care. Previously he worked as a Research Fellow for CPC, for which he has been working on the following project:

 
Scott Tindal

Scott Tindal

Research Fellow – University of Edinburgh

S1055447@sms.ed.ac.uk

Scott Tindal is a Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh. He is currently working on a project exploring how military reservists, their families, and employers negotiate the intersecting domains of family life, (civilian) employment, and military service. Scott has recently completed an ESRC-CPC funded PhD studentship which examined the process of knowledge exchange at the Centre for Population Change. As well as undertaking his PhD, Scott spent a year working as a Research Fellow at the University of St Andrews within the migration strand of CPC, where he contributed to the following two projects:

 
Paulina Trevena

Dr Paulina Trevena

Research Associate - University of Glasgow

Paulina.Trevena@glasgow.ac.uk

Paulina is a Research Associate at the University of Glasgow. She has been working as a researcher in the field of migration studies since 2004. She has previously worked within migration strand of CPC on the following project:

 
Maarten van Ham

Professor Maarten van Ham

Professor - Delft University of Technology

m.vanham@tudelft.nl

Maarten van Ham is a Professor of Urban Renewal and Head of the Neighbourhood Change and Housing research group at the OTB Research Institute for the Built Environment at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. He is also an Honorary Professor at the School of Geography and Geosciences in the University of St Andrews. Maarten has previously worked within the migration strand of CPC, for which he has worked on the following project:

 
Sarah Walker

Sarah Walker

Research Assistant - Centre On Migration, Policy And Society (COMPAS)

+44 (0)1865 284972

sarah.walker@compas.ox.ac.uk

Sarah Walker is a Research Assistant at the Centre On Migration, Policy And Society (COMPAS) based at the University of Oxford. She has worked for several years in the refugee sector in the UK as both a refugee support worker and a researcher. Sarah previously worked at CPC as a Senior Research Assistant within the migration strand, for which she has worked on the following project:

 
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Dr Arkadiusz Wisniowski

Lecturer - University of Manchester

+44 (0)161 275 4738

a.wisniowski@manchester.ac.uk

Arkadiusz Wisniowski is a Lecturer in Social Statistics at the University of Manchester. His research concentrates on developing statistical methods for modelling and forecasting conplex social processes, with a particular focus on migration and mobility, and combining various sources of data. Previously he was working within the modelling strand of the CPC, for which he worked on the following projects: