PhD Student Career Stories
I completed a PhD in Social Statistics which examined the prevalence and impact of measurement error in self-reported employment status. I am now an Associate Professor in Quantitative Criminology.
I completed my PhD in Social Statistics, which pursued a quantitative analysis of Home Office crime data. I am now a Senior Lecturer in Criminology.
The PhD provided me with invaluable teaching opportunities on undergraduate, postgraduate and short courses. As a Senior Lecturer in Sociology, I teach a variety of research methods courses.
I completed my PhD in Social Statistics in 2014, I am currently Project Director of an NHS Inquiry.
I completed a PhD in Social Statistics focused on inequalities in health. I am now a Senior Researcher in health data science and medical statistics.
I completed my PhD in 2018, which examined ways of measuring well-being. I am now an Assistant Professor in Statistics.
I completed a PhD in Social Statistics researching ethnic inequalities and collaborated with the Alan Turing Institute. I am now a Research Associate working on a study of life expectancy.