Meet the UK Data Service Data Impact Fellows for 2016-2018.
Data Impact blog
Category: Data Impact Fellows
Marii Paskov, UK Data Service Data Impact Fellow and Research Officer at the University of Oxford, discusses her project comparing intergenerational social mobility across over 30 countries from 2002 to 2010.
Dharmi Kapadia, Research Associate at the ESRC Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity at The University of Manchester, talks about how she plans for her research findings to be heard and have impact outside of academia.
Rachel Oldroyd is a quantitative human geographer based at the Consumer Data Research Centre (CDRC) at the University of Leeds, and here discusses how novel types of data are used to detect illness caused by contaminated food or drink.
William Shankley, UK Data Service Data Impact Fellow and Sociology PhD student at the Cathie Marsh Institute of Social Research at The University of Manchester, explains why he chose to research migration patterns of Polish people in England and Wales and the factors that shape migration decision-making.
Bram Vanhoutte, Research Fellow in Sociology at the Cathie Marsh Institute for Social Research (CMIST) at The University of Manchester, discusses his plans to raise the impact of his research on wellbeing in later life.
Claudia Zucca, Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher working on the VOTEADVICE project, in collaboration with the University of Exeter, Kieskompas Amsterdam and Koç University Istanbul, discusses how online political information processing can affect political behaviour.
Sarah Knight, PhD student in the Environment Department of the University of York, discusses her research examining the impact of natural environments on subjective well-being in the UK.
We’ve received some excellent and topical applications from a range of disciplinary and subject areas, and from universities across the UK.