As research advisor for malaria, child survival and sanitation, Stephen provides technical support to countries and regions on research design and implementation. He oversees the quality and dissemination of PSI’s research internationally, and supports the complementary use of research findings and routine monitoring data for internal learning.
Stephen joined PSI in 2009 as a consultant on the ACTwatch research project. During his time on ACTwatch he provided technical support to francophone countries, led the development of data management and analysis standards, and managed the implementation and analysis of the project’s household surveys. Stephen has expertise in quantitative research methods, with a focus on theories of change, sampling, questionnaire design and data use. His research interests include the coverage and quality of private sector health markets.
Following studies in mathematics at Durham University, Stephen received his Master of Science in demography and health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.