BSN RN LLM
Research Degree Student
PhD Student in Public Health and Policy
15-17 Tavistock Place
Erin's studied health policy before practicing as a Registered Nurse and Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner in New York City. She completed an LLM in International Human Rights Law and Practice from the University of York.
Her supervisors are Professor Cicely Marston, Dr. Ana Maria Buller, and Dr. Neha Singh. Her PhD is graciously funded by the Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission, as a 2020 Marshall Scholar.
Erin teaches on the Sexual Health module and contributes to the short course Researching Gender-Based Violence: Methods and Meaning.
Taking a mixed-methods and participatory approach, Erin's PhD research is on intimate partner violence and reproductive violence amongst adolescent girls. This research is in partnership with Population Council Kenya and the University of California San Diego Center on Gender Equity and Health's Adapting, Expanding, and Evaluating Addressing Reproductive Coercion in HEalth Settings (ARCHES) in Kenya study (in Uasin Gishu County, Kenya).