Who We Are
Dr Rozlyn Redd

Research Associate
Imperial College London

Rozlyn Redd is Research Associate in the Department Infectious Disease Epidemiology at Imperial College London. Her research focuses on the social processes that underlie the production of categorical inequality and how methods in research produce and alter categories over time. Her PhD Thesis, The Aesthetics of Academic Choice, considers the role of academic interest development and social influence in gender inequality in undergraduate academic major choice. Since finishing her PhD in Sociology at Columbia University, Rozlyn has worked at LSE and University of Leicester. In a previous life she was a political consultant who analysed policy and public opinion in California.