Hi.
I'm a PhD candidate in the Department of Social Policy (Demography and Population Studies), London School of Economics and Political Science.

My doctoral research is a mixed-methods study investigating women's abortion and abortion-related experiences in two districts in Karnataka, India. In 2016-2017, I collected data in two districts in Karnataka, India in collaboration with the Women's and Children's Health Research Unit at KLE University's Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College.

My main supervisors are Professor Ernestina Coast and Dr Tiziana Leone. Dr Emily Freeman brings additional expertise and subject knowledge to the team, taking on an informal supervisory role. I was awarded an LSE PhD studentship (2015-2019) to support my research.

I am also a Research Assistant on the Children's Online Privacy and Commercial Use of Data project at the Department of Media and Communications, London School of Economics and Political Science. #ChildOnlinePrivacy.

I am an External Graduate Member of the Centre for Cultures of Reproduction, Technologies and Health (CORTH).
I am a member of the BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health journal's Editorial Advisory Board.

My CV is available here.

Recent Work

"They know everything": community health workers' attitudes to and influence on abortion access in India.

Student poster prize winner, British Society for Population Studies annual conference, 10-12 Sep 2018, Winchester, UK.

Conceptualising privacy online: what do, and what should, children understand?

Co-authored blogpost for the #ChildPrivacyOnline project.

"Can you keep a secret?": navigating secrecy in qualitative abortion research.

Paper presentation at the Abortion and reproductive justice: the unfinished revolution III, 8-12 July 2018, Rhodes University in Grahamstown (Makanda), South Africa.

"They know everything": the role of Community Health Workers in abortion access.

Paper presentation at the Abortion and reproductive justice: the unfinished revolution III, 8-12 July 2018, Rhodes University in Grahamstown (Makanda), South Africa.

Why feminism? Some notes from 'the field' on doing feminist research.

A blogpost reflecting on what makes my research feminist.

Podcast excerpts with Gender & Development journal

Snippets from a podcast from the Gender & Development journal.