REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RESEARCHER

Leigh Senderowicz is a social demographer focusing on global sexual and reproductive health and gender.  She is currently a postdoctoral fellow in the Health Disparities Research Scholars program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she manages a diverse portfolio of mixed-methods studies.

Her research focuses on rights-based approaches to international sexual and reproductive health, studying  the role of quantification and other structural factors in the production of reproductive health outcomes.  Leigh explores the ways that new approaches to measurement and evaluation can promote autonomy and women-centered care.

Leigh is the co-PI of the Contraceptive Autonomy Study in collaboration with the Women and Health Initiative

Leigh is also the focal point for Tanzanian arm of the PPIUD Study

In 2019, Leigh earned her doctorate in Global Health and Population at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health with a concentration in Women, Gender and Health