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Dr Alice Goisis
55-59 Gordon Square
  • Associate Professor
  • IOE - Social Science
  • UCL Institute of Education

Alice is Associate Professor of Demography in the Centre for Longitudinal Studies in the UCL Department of Social Science. Prior to joining CLS, Alice held posts at the London School of Economics and at the UCL Department of Epidemiology and Public Health. 

Research Summary

Alice's research interests span a number of substantive areas in social demography and epidemiology. Her research has examined the association between advanced maternal age and child well-being, with a particular focus on whether and how it varies across different groups of the population and time periods. She is also interested in understanding the determinants of child obesity and other markers of health, including if they vary by ethnicity. 

Alice is the PI on two projects: an ERC Starting Grant to study the effects of Medically Assisted Reproduction on children, adults and parents and an ESRC New Investigator Grant to study only children (families) in the UK.

Research areas

  • Demographic and social determinants of health
  • The effects of medically assisted reproduction on families
  • Only children well-being
  • Parental age effects on child outcomes

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