heini cambridge

Lecturer in Social Statistics and Demography at the University of Southampton and Director of MSc Social Research Methods with Applied Statistics, MSc Applied Statistics and MSc Demography programmes.

Research interests:

  • Social demography.
  • Sexual and reproductive health with emphasis on induced abortions, contraceptive use and pregnancy intentions over the life course.
  • The effect of life course events on health and wellbeing later in life.
  • Longitudinal, multilevel and event-history modelling as well as other quantitative research methods.
  • I completed my PhD thesis ‘A Life Course Perspective to Abortions in Finland’ at the London School of Economics and Political Science in 2016.

Prizes and awards

PhD Students

  • John Houghton (2019-present): Risk and resilience in the transition to adulthood: Risky trajectories but positive mental health outcomes among the UK Millennium Cohort. University of Southampton [co-supervisor].
  • Eunice Williams (2018-present): “Women economic empowerment and the household economy in sub-Saharan Africa”. University of Southampton [primary supervisor].
  • Maria Herica La Valle (submitted 2019): “Life events and changes in health-related behaviours: An investigation using the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing”. University of Southampton [secondary supervisor]

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