Andreas Culora

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Cambridge Office


Ph.D. in human geography, Loughborough University, UK; B.Sc. in geography, Loughborough University, UK


Andreas Culora works as an analyst in the area of home affairs and social policy at RAND Europe. Previously, he deployed a mixed-methods approach to complete a Ph.D. focussing on housing in multiple occupation (HMO – rented housing shared by unrelated households) within the department of Geography at Loughborough University.

During his studies, Culora worked as a research assistant, collaborating with two local authorities to evaluate and shape housing and planning policies related to HMO. Upon finishing his Ph.D., he was employed as a university teacher and postdoctoral researcher at Loughborough, working on projects in a range of social policy areas including further and higher education, housing and planning policy, population change and migration, gentrification, community cohesion, and crime.


  • 6-year-old Alice Young uses chalk pens to draw a rainbow on her window, in Wimbledon, UK, April 3, 2020, photo by Katie Collins/Reuters

    COVID-19: Why Spending More Time at Home for Some Children Is Bad for Their Health

    Children in Europe are at a higher risk of poor quality and overcrowded housing when compared to the general population. Efforts to improve the quality of children's living environments could be key to mitigating the impacts of the outbreak of COVID-19 on children and their households in the coming months and years.

    Jul 20, 2020 Open Access Government