Corinna Elsenbroich

Photograph of Corinna ElsenbroichCorinna is a Reader in Computational Modelling at the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit at the University of Glasgow. She is a co-investigator in CECAN since 20215. Her focus is to develop complexity methods in policy-relevant ways and has contributed to curriculum design and capacity building for complexity methods courses for CECAN and CECAN Ltd. She is particularly interested in complexity sensitive social science methods, comprising computational, case based and participatory methods.  She is a co-director of the SIPHER consortium (, taking a systems science approach to health and social policy. She is currently working on how to combine methods through novel research designs to tackle health inequalities.