International Centre For Lifecourse Studies In Society and Health


Visiting Fellows

Fanny Kilpi
University of Helsinki
April 2017-May 2017
Fanny Kilpi is a researcher at University of Helsinki. Her PhD examines the social determinants of myocardial infarction. During her visit, she will work together with ICLS collaborators on research examining the diffusion of mental health problems in families.
Marta Pasqualini
University of Rome La Sapienza
March 2017 - June 2017
During Marta's visit to ICLS she liaised with Anne McMunn regarding her thesis, investigating the family as determinant of health behaviours.
Naomi Priest
Australian National University
Centre for Social Research and Methods
September 2016
During her 3 week visit, Naomi networked with ICLS and UK collaborators to develop her research on the integration of social and epidemiologic methods in examining inequalities in health and development across populations and place.
Chiara Ardito
University of Turin
Università degli Studi di Torino UNITO
January 2016 - July 2016
Chiara's current PhD is investigating the extention of working life. She is also working with David Blane on his ICLS cross-national comparative project on this topic.
Moritz Hess
University of Mannheim
February 2016 - March 2016
Moritz came to ICLS for a short visit to discuss his PhD findings with David Blane in order to help consolidate and draw out the policy implications from his thesis.
Sarah Anderson
Ohio State University
September 2015 - December 2015
Through working with Amanda Sacker and Yvonne Kelly, Dr Anderson was introduced to the Millennium Cohort Study. Her visit led to preparation of a joint paper using the MCS and conference presentations on the topic of child obesity.
Kim Bastaits
University of Antwerp
June 2015- July 2015
Kim came to ICLS to learn more about longitudinal analysis and the Millennium Cohort Study for her research on parenting.
Stephane Cullati
University Hospitals of Geneva
September 2014 - August 2015

While visiting ICLS Stephane Cullati was working on health trajectories of older individuals in a comparative perspective.

He worked with David Blane and Amanda Sacker on a cross-national comparison of inequalities in health trajectories which resulted in an edited collection on health trajectories and a joint application for funding to support further research collaboration.

He is currently a senior researcher at the Swiss National Centre for Competence in Research "LIVES" and Geneva University Hospitals.

Mette Kirkeby
Aarhus University
September 2014 - February 2015
Mette spent time with ICLS working on life course determinants of labour market participation at age 30 years for her PhD.
Morten Wahrendorf
University of Düsseldorf
September 2009 – August 2013
Morten is currently a senior research associate at the department of Medical Sociology, University of Düsseldorf.