Marion Borderon is a geographer with a specific interest in public health, population and development studies. For her PhD in geography from Aix-Marseille University, France, she explored methods to assess malaria risk through combining social vulnerability and geospatial analysis in Dakar, Senegal. Her work focuses on contributing to the development of concepts and methods for the spatial assessment of vulnerability and risk in the context of environmental transformation. She has considerable expertise in population-based surveys and data analysis in the Global South (Congo, Senegal, Mauritania, India, Algeria) and is experienced in conducting research in settings of limited data availability. Marion has previously worked as a researcher and project leader at the University of Salzburg, Austria and was involved in several international projects on climate change adaptation, vulnerability and risk assessment and forced migration. In HABITABLE, she will be involved in the conceptualization, and in the collection and analysis of data for WP5 (Migration Impacts).