Dr Andrew Armstrong is a psychologist working within the Australian Gambling Research Centre. His gambling research concentrates on policy issues relating to consumer protection, harm reduction, financial costs and consequences.
Dr Rebecca Armstrong is responsible for driving the implementation of a Knowledge Translation Strategy within AIFS and in ensuring AIFS work has maximum impact on the audiences we seek to reach.
Dinusha Bandara joined the institute to lead management of data and analytics for the Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health, the first national longitudinal study in Australia focusing exclusively on male health and wellbeing.
Dr Jennifer Baxter is a demographer who joined AIFS in 2005. Her core research focuses on the interaction between work and family.
Morwynne Carlow is a Senior Research Officer whose main area of focus is to support the Institute’s knowledge translation strategy for Emerging Minds: The National Workforce Centre for Child Mental Health.
Megan Carroll joined the Australian Gambling Research Centre (AGRC) at AIFS as a Senior Research Officer in 2016.
Dr Rachel Carson is a socio-legal researcher with expertise in family law and qualitative research about family law disputes.
Dr Galina Daraganova primarily focuses her research on the theory and application of longitudinal data analysis for complex data. She has previously specialised in the statistical models for social networks.
Dr Elise Davis is the Manager of Workforce Development and Evaluation at AIFS.
Cassandra de Lacy-Vawdon is a Research Officer at AIFS, with the Australian Gambling Research Centre (AGRC).