Research Fellow, Centre for Social Investigation (CSI)
Research Interests: Mental health in adults and children, poverty and food poverty, homelessness.
Elisabeth Garratt joined the Centre for Social Investigation in September 2015 following a PhD in Social Statistics at the University of Manchester. She previously worked at the Department for Social Policy and Intervention, Oxford University, undertaking government projects relating to deprivation and worklessness, including the English Indices of Deprivation. Her research interests are in quantitative methods, mental health in adults and children, health inequalities, poverty, food poverty and homelessness. Her research on UK food poverty has received widespread press coverage, been cited in government debates and was also made into an impact film.