My teaching interests lie in comparative political science, comparative voting behaviour, public opinion and statistical methods. My main areas of expertise are Europe, Latin America and, to a lesser extent, the USA and Canada. I am particularly interested in ways of embedding Quantitative Methods into substantive Political Science modules. In 2016 I received a Fellowship in Teaching and Learning from the University of Liverpool (jointly with Dr Nicholas Lees) with a project about embedding quantitative methods into substantive politics modules using flipped classrooms and problem-based learning. In 2017, I received a Faculty Teaching and Learning Award for applying innovative methods to enhance students' statistical skills.