Sandie joined the UCL Institute for Global Health in 2020 as a Research Assistant and in 2021, she began her doctoral studies. Her research explores how social networks influence health behaviours of vulnerable women in low-income countries. Sandie is involved in two projects based in Sub-Saharan Africa (Senegal and Cameroon) : “Optimising the Public Health Benefits of Sex Work Regulation in Senegal: A Formative Study” an MRC funded project and “Protecting women from economic shocks to fight HIV in Africa” (POWER), funded by a UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship. Sandie has been involved in the development and start-up of these projects and analysis of data.
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