Tiantian Chen is a research assistant on the project “Geographies of Digital Divide: A data-driven approach to understanding structural determinants of digital inequalities” funded by John Fell Fund. Her research assesses the landscape for two examples of the digital divide: labour-saving technologies (in particular AI) and digital health literacy for vaccination uptake.
Tiantian holds a PhD degree in sociology at University of Cambridge. In her doctoral thesis, she conducted a multi-sited qualitative investigation to analyze human-assisted reproduction technology policies in China.
In addition to her research, Tiantian serves as a trustee of Global Health 50/50, an evidence-driven charity that advances action and accountability for gender equality in global health. She is also a director of an urban regeneration development company which brings underutilized brownfield land back into affordable housing.
Technology and society, health equity, gender and family relations