Ms Marjorie Pichon
15-17 Tavistock Place
Marjorie is a Research Assistant in the Gender Violence & Health Centre at LSHTM. She is Coordinator of the Collaboration on Infidelity, Romantic Jealousy and Intimate Partner Violence (IPV), which brings together partners from around the globe to better understand the mechanisms and pathways between infidelity, romantic jealousy, and IPV. She also supports research and dissemination for the Learning Initiative on Norms, Exploitation and Abuse (LINEA) project, a global initiative on how social norms can be used to prevent the sexual exploitation of children and adolescents.
Prior to this position she supported the writing of evidence-based health policy reports at the Insitutue of Medicine in Washington, DC. She holds an MSc in Public Health from LSHTM and a BA in Psychology from Lewis & Clark College. For her MSc dissertation she conducted a qualitative analysis of parental perceptions of transactional sex in Uganda.
Marjorie is a seminar leader for the Foundations in Health Promotion module.
Marjorie's research interests lie at the intersection of social norms, gendered based inequalities, violence against women and girls, and sexual and reproductive health and wellbeing.