Liudmila Druzenko

Research Fellow

Longitudinal Research

Dr Liudmila Druzenko is a passionate sociologist with interdisciplinary research expertise in international migration, cultural diversity, social inclusion, intercultural dialogue, and research methodology. She is a Research Fellow for Building a New Life in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Humanitarian Migrants. Liudmila started in early 2022 to work on research design for Wave 6 of this study.

Liudmila has over twenty years of sociological research experience working as an academic researcher and lecturer in Australia and previously, as a federal government researcher in Canada. After completing her PhD in Sociology, she was awarded three prestigious postdoctoral international fellowships that provided her with excellent skills in comparative research and migration analysis. Her multidisciplinary track record of scholarly publications encompasses sociology, anthropology, political science, and research methodology. Liudmila has strong applied experience in designing and conducting research and analysis data using both qualitative and quantitative research methodologies. 


BAHons/MA (Kyiv LU), MA (Carleton, Canada), PhD (Sociology) (Monash)