Currently I am a University Lecturer for Methods of Empirical Social Research at Jacobs University Bremen and the Coordinator of the Methods Center for the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS). I hold a Bachelor degree in Sociology and Psychology from Seattle Pacific University, a Master of Public Health degree from Columbia University, and a PhD in Sociology from BIGSSS. Before starting my current position, I was a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Social Cohesion Radar team led by Prof. Klaus Boehnke. My research interests include social cohesion, health inequalities, gender inequalities, intimate partner violence, social policy, and empirical methods.

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