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I am a PhD candidate in Sociology at the European University Institute (EUI). My thesis is on immigrants’ mental health in a life course perspective. My broader research interests include social stratification, life course research, mental health inequalities, transnationalism, and immigrants’ selectivity. You will find the abstracts of the three articles composing my thesis in the “Work in Progress” section in this website.

During my PhD, I have been a visiting researcher at the Institute for Social and Economic Research at the University of Essex, at the DYNAMICS PhD program in Berlin, and at Ined in Paris. In Berlin, I also taught a tutorial for the BA-level course “Microsociology and Demography” at Humboldt University. In addition, I have co-organised the weekly seminar series, bi-weekly peer-review workshop, and inequality-focused book club for the Comparative Life-course Inequalities research Centre (CLIC) in the academic year 2021-2022, and the post-graduate conference POPFest in 2022.

In this website you will find the list of my publications, the abstract of the articles I am currently working on (–> “Work in Progress”), my CV, and how to contact me if you have questions or comments about any aspect of my work.