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I am Associate Professor at the Department of Sociology. Previously, I was John Adams Career Development Fellow at the Centre for Longitudinal Studies of UCL Institute of Education, and pre-doctoral Marie Curie Fellow at the University of Surrey, where I also obtained my doctorate. I was first introduced to Sociology at the University of Cambridge (M.Phil). Prior to this, I studied International Relations and Economics in Greece, where I am originally from.
I am interested in various topics in social stratification and life-course research, which I usually explore by conducting secondary analysis of existing social survey data. I have been working with time-use data since my PhD, which focused on new dimensions of temporal inequality. My current work on time-use focuses on wellbeing consequences of free time inequalities and couple time in the UK.
Another strand of my current research focuses on life trajectories of disabled young people. I am currently Principal Investigator of the Leverhulme Research Project Grant on Educational Pathways and Work Outcomes of Disabled Young People in England.