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I’m an applied scientist with a background in quantitative data analysis and causal inference. Previously, I've held research and teaching positions at different universities.

In my academic research I've studied the formation and development of social inequality over the life course. I was particularly interested in the role of specific life events (e.g., childbirth) in this process as well as in social stratification in childhood and its determinants.

Over the years, I've had the pleasure of teaching a variety of substantive and methodological courses. The latter include multiple national and international workshops on causal inference, causal mediation analysis, and quasi-experimental research designs.

I enjoy playing table tennis (but also preparing club statistics) and board games, reading fiction and occasionally nonfiction, and spending time gardening on the balcony and cooking.

My (outdated) CV in PDF format is available here and a short (and also outdated) resume here.