Dr Natasha Kriznik
Natasha is a postdoctoral Research Associate, working on a number of quality improvement projects funded by the Wellcome Trust, the National Institute for Health Research and the Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre.
Natasha has a BA in Sociology, an MA in Social Research Methods (Sociology), and a PhD in Applied Social Sciences – Social Policy, all from Durham University. She previously worked as a postdoctoral Research Associate for the St John’s College Reading Group on Health Inequalities.
Natasha’s main research interests relate to medical sociology, particularly health inequalities and public health, as well as the processes related to the production of social policy. She is also interested in social theory and its use in enhancing the outcomes of research.
Her full list of publications can be found here: