Ms Maureen Seguin BA MA

Research Degree Student Public Health and Policy



Maureen is a PhD candidate at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine with almost 10 years of research experience in the sociology of health, with particular expertise on the mental health of marginalized women and girls. She has experience contributing to projects in close collaboration with diverse stakeholders including leading academic institutions, policy makers, and NGOs in low- and middle-income countries. Most prominently, she has focused on women’s mental health in post-conflict settings, and violence against women and girls in low- and middle-income countries. Maureen is a trained mixed-methods researcher, with strengths in regression analysis, respondent-driven sampling, qualitative thematic analysis, and systematic literature reviews. She has an emerging record of publications in peer-reviewed journals, and has demonstrated the ability to deliver other research outputs such as databases, working papers, and lay summaries.




Research areas

  • Alcohol
  • Conflict
  • Gender
  • Global Health
  • Health inequalities
  • Methodology
  • Migration
  • Mixed methods
  • Qualitative methods
  • Social and structural determinants of health
  • Systematic reviews
  • Violence


  • Development studies
  • History
  • Social Policy
  • Social Sciences


  • Georgia

Other interests

  • Armed conflict
  • Coping
  • Displacement
  • ECOHOST Centre
  • Emotional Health
  • Forced Migration
  • Former Soviet Union
  • Fragile States
  • Gender And Health
  • Gender Based Violence
  • Health In Fragile Countries
  • Injecting Drug Users
  • Internally Displaced Persons
  • Nvivo
  • Post-Conflict
  • Poverty
  • Refugees
  • Social Theory
  • Sociology of Health
  • Systematic review
  • Theory of Change
  • migration and health
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