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  • Ludovica Gambaro Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow, DIW Berlin
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    Ludovica Gambaro
    Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow, DIW Berlin
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    L.Gambaro@ucl.ac.uk

    Ludovica worked in CLS from 2013 to 2016, mainly on the Millennium Cohort Study and she continues to collaborate with researchers in CLS. Her main areas of interest are inequalities in child development, early childhood education and care services, residential mobility. 

  • Mary Clare Lennon Visiting Fellow
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    Mary Clare Lennon
    Visiting Fellow
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    m.lennon@ucl.ac.uk

     Mary Clare Lennon is a professor at the Graduate Centre of the City University of New York (CUNY) in the PhD Program in Sociology and DPH Program in Public Health.  She has recently been granted an award from the National Centre for Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) to analyze data from a US birth cohort study, the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study, and is working with Prof. Heather Joshi to develop a comparative study of the US and UK, using Fragile Families and the Millennium Cohort Study to investigate childhood residential mobility. Funding for this collaboration has been received from the ESCR/SSRC Collaborative Visiting Fellowship Program.

    For more information on Mary Clare, please see the CUNY Graduate Centre website.
    Further information on Mary Clare can be obtained from the CUNY website.Mary Clare Lennon is a professor at the Graduate Centre of the City University of New York (CUNY) in the PhD Program in Sociology and DPH Program in Public Health.  Mary Clare is working with Prof. Heather Joshi colleagues at CLS to examine the precursors and consequences of residential mobility for young children. She has recently been granted an award from the National Centre for Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) to analyze data from a US birth cohort study (the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study).  
    Mary Clare and Heather are working to develop a comparative study of the US and UK, using Fragile Families and the Millennium Cohort Study to investigate childhood residential mobility. Funding for this collaboration has been received from the ESCR/SSRC Collaborative Visiting Fellowship Program.
    Further information on Mary Clare can be obtained from the CUNY website.Mary Clare Lennon is a professor at the Graduate Centre of the City University of New York (CUNY) in the PhD Program in Sociology and DPH Program in Public Health.  Mary Clare is working with Prof. Heather Joshi colleagues at CLS to examine the precursors and consequences of residential mobility for young children. She has recently been granted an award from the National Centre for Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) to analyze data from a US birth cohort study (the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study).  
    Mary Clare and Heather are working to develop a comparative study of the US and UK, using Fragile Families and the Millennium Cohort Study to investigate childhood residential mobility. Funding for this collaboration has been received from the ESCR/SSRC Collaborative Visiting Fellowship Program.
    Further information on Mary Clare can be obtained from the CUNY website.
  • Jennifer Maggs Visiting Research Associate
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    Jennifer Maggs
    Visiting Research Associate
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    Jennifer Maggs is Professor of Human Development and Family Studies at the Prevention Research Centre for the Promotion of Human Development, Pennsylvania State University, in the US.

    Jennifer is working on the “prevalence predictors and consequences of alcohol use from childhood to midlife” project funded by the National Institute of Health, USA.  She will be working with Prof. Lucinda Platt and the MCS team to include additional measures of alcohol attitudes and use in the MCS fifth survey, and will be participating in the Consultations on MCS6 on 7th October at the Institute.

    More information about Jennifer can be obtained from the Penn State University website.

  • Nikos Tzavidis Research Associate
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    Nikos Tzavidis
    Research Associate
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    n.tzavidis@ucl.ac.uk

    Nikos Tzavidis left CLS in September 2007 to work as Lecturer in Social Statistics in the Cathie Marsh Centre for Census and Survey Research at the University of Manchester.  In September 2010, he moved to the University of Southampton where he currently works as a Senior Lecturer at the School of Social Sciences.

    Nikos still maintains links with CLS and QSS (Department for Quantitative Social Sciences) mainly through his involvment in the ESRC Admin Node project, and through collaborative work with other CLS senior researchers.

    Further information on Nikos can be obtained from the University of Southampton website.