Julie Hennegan is a 3rd year DPhil student funded by the Department of Social Policy and Intervention's Centenary Scholarship. She is a part of the team working on the Menstruation and the Cycle of Poverty project. This work focuses on the way the management of menstruation acts as a barrier to education and wellbeing for girls in low income contexts.
Julie previously completed an MSc in Evidence-Based Social Intervention (with Distinction) at the University of Oxford, and holds a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours I) from the University of Queensland in Australia.
She is primarily interested in women's reproductive health research. She has previously been involved in research in both Australia and the UK looking at maternal health and disadvantaged women's experiences of maternity care.