Lecturer, Cardiff University

My main role at Cardiff University is to teach and develop quantitative methods in a range of Undergraduate and Postgraduate research methods and substantive courses. I am part of the Q-Step Centre and have a broad-based background in Sociology, Anthropology, Social Policy and Research Methods. Before joining Cardiff I worked at the University of Bristol, the National Foundation for Educational Research, the National Centre for Social Research and the Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion where I carried out quantitative analysis of small and large scale surveys and assessment data.

My recent work has focused on exploring and validating policy-relevant living standards measures in Europe, the UK, and Africa, the relationship between low income and parenting practices in the UK, and the prevalence and patterning of multiple malnutrition in young children in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Experience

  • 2014–present
    Lecturer, Cardiff University