I am Research Fellow in the Sociology Department at Oxford University, working on the GenTime project (find more here https://www.gentime-project.org/). I obtained my PhD in Sociology from the University of South Carolina in 2018. Prior to joining the Sociology Department at Oxford University, I was a Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (Germany).
Broadly, my research explores linkages between family processes, social inequalities, and population health and has been published in journals such as Journal of Marriage and Family, Social Psychology Quarterly, Demography, Journal of Family Issues, American Sociological Review. Please follow these links to read more about these publications.
In recent projects, I explore inequalities in time-use and well-being, by gender and social-class, in East Asian and Western societies.
Research Areas: Social Inequality, Time Use, Family Demography, Health and Well-Being, Life Course and Human Development, Quantitative Methods.