I am a doctoral student at the Department of Public Health Sciences. I am part of the research project ‘Reproduction of inequality through linked lives (RELINK)’. My research is about the effect of social mobility on health, and how it is influenced by interpersonal relationships outside the family. My previous research examined how peers and school system are associated with inequalities, and how to improve access to healthy food to prevent obesity in underserved, low-income communities.
MA: Economic Policy in Global Markets, Central European University, Budapest
BA: Business Administration, Corvinus University, Budapest
Rajk Laszlo College for Advanced Studies
University of California, Agricultural and Natural Resources, Nutrition Policy Institute
Hungarian Academy of Sciences