CLS associate professor, Dr Alice Goisis has received the European Demographer Award from Population Europe, a network of Europe’s leading demographic research centres.
Dr Goisis was awarded the prize in the category for “a promising and upcoming researcher, who has obtained their PhD within the period of 2014-2019”.
The award supports outstanding research on the causes and consequences of demographic change in Europe, within anthropological, biological, economic, historical, mathematical, political, sociological or statistical population studies.
Dr Goisis is a family demographer whose research interests span a number of areas in social demography and epidemiology, such as the links between childbearing postponement and children’s cognitive development, and the social determinants of health.
She is currently leading research into the effects of Medically Assisted Reproduction on children and adults’ wellbeing, and the wellbeing and life trajectories of only children in the UK.
Read more about the European Demographer Award on the Population Europe website.