Tina is part of the research staff at the CMI department, involved in a research project with the National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM), investigating compensation methods for missing data in bio-marker datasets.
Furthermore, since autumn 2018 Tina is employed as Lecturer for Social Statistics with CMI.
Tina studied for her undergraduates and MA thesis at Rostock University in Germany and graduated as "Diplom Demographer" in 2007. During that time she worked as Research Assistant at the Max-Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR).
For one year she attended the European Doctoral School of Demography program in collaboration between the MPIDR and INED, the French National Institute for Demographic Studies in Paris, France.
Tina applied successfully for a fellowship as doctoral candidate at the Linneaus Centre for Economic Demography, Lund University, Sweden. In 2012, Tina graduated with a doctoral thesis conducting research on the impact of socio-economic differences across migration groups in Sweden on the onset of cardiovascular diseases.
For her first post-doctoral position, she worked at the University of Liverpool, involved in the European 7th Framework "Families and Societies" project for the duration of 3 years. In summer 2016, Tina took a Research Associate position at the University of Manchester, with the research group CoDE (Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity).
Later the same year, Tina successful applied for a research position with the National Centre of Research Methods (NCRM). The NCRM research project investigates the effectiveness of compensation methods for missing data in bio-marker surveys, with the help of a large-scale simulation study.
In autumn 2018, Tina is taking up the post of Lecturer in Social Statistics at the Cathie Marsh Institute for Social Research.