Risk & Resilience (Bowes Lab)
I study how poverty affects the mind.
My DPhil work investigates the impact of socioeconomic inequalities and material deprivation on health in young people. I combine advanced statistical methods from a range of disciplines, such as social epidemiology, behavioral genetics, and economics with diverse cross-sectional and longitudinal datasets.
I am passionate about open science, data visualization, and new quantitative methods. I enjoy interdisciplinary work and collaborating with colleagues across academic fields. My research experience includes work in neurocriminology, computational linguistics, behavioral ecology, public health, and financial consulting.
Green nudges: Applying behavioural economics to the fight against climate change
Zaneva M. and Dumbalska T., (2020), PsyPAG the Quarterly, 27 - 31