Ms Judith Lieber
I am currently working with the Andhra Pradesh Children and Parents Study (APCAPS) cohort, primarily on a MRC-funded study to explore the causes, consequences, and experience of multimorbidity in peri-urban India.
I completed my ESRC-funded Demography PhD in the Department of Population Health of LSHTM in 2020. I used mixed-methods and primary and secondary data to assess the potential impact of family structure change for social support to, and health of, older Indians. Prior to my PhD I completed the Demography and Health MSc at LSHTM, and the BSc in Biomedical Science at King's College London.
I teach on the Research Design and Analaysis, Basic Epidemiology, Analysing Survey and Population Data, and Demographic Methods modules. I am co-organiser of the "Thinking Like a Health Data Scientist" module of the Health Data Science MSc. I am currently supervising two research degree students and on the advisory committee to one research degree student.
I am a mixed-methods researcher with interest in undertaking theory-guided behaviour change intervention and evaluation research to improve health and wellbeing outcomes for people with long-term health conditions, and their support providers.
I am a member of the Evolutionary Demography Group, the multi-institutional Age, Care, and the Caring Crisis Working Group and LSHTM's India Interest Group.