Senior Research Associate, University of Bristol

At Bristol Medical School: Population Health Sciences, Centre for Academic Primary Care (CAPC), I am a researcher with quantitative methodological expertise in using routine and individual patient data in primary care research. My interest is especially around primary care service use, and the primary and secondary care interface.

I also continue studies from my PhD research on the Holocaust, focusing on differences in survival chances of Jews in the Netherlands related to individual characteristics and contextual factors using original registration lists of Jewish inhabitants in 1941/1942 linked to post-war victimization list and other sources, and on my Veni Fellowship from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) on the position of Jews in pre-WWII Netherlands focusing on assimilation and demographic processes using data from census or local population registries.

Experience

  • –present
    Senior Research Associate, University of Bristol