I’m an Associate Professor and ARC DECRA Fellow at the Australian National University School of Demography and a Visiting Faculty Member at the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies. I completed my Ph.D. in Demography at the University of Pennsylvania Population Studies Center. My research focuses on key questions of global demography—how long we live, how health is maintained across the life-course, and how specific diseases (particularly chronic non-communicable diseases and HIV/AIDS) affect present and future health outcomes. In addition to my substantive work, I am interested in developing and improving the estimation of macro-level population processes using micro-level longitudinal data, and advancing formal demographic techniques for calculating cohort life expectancy and mortality patterns.
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