Research Associate, Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge
Aaron Reeves is a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge and a PhD candidate at Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER). He has lectured on the sociology of health and illness at the University of Essex, where he also completed his undergraduate degree in Social Psychology and Sociology in 2008.
His current research interests include social stratification, physical and cultural engagement, and health inequalities in the EU. At present he is working with Dr David Stuckler on an EU-funded project, led by Prof Johan Mackenbach and Prof Margaret Whitehead (DEMETRIQ), examining the impact of poverty and austerity on health outcomes across Europe. In particular he is interested in exploring the use of natural policy experiments to assess the impact of poverty reduction initiatives.