John De Maio is the lead researcher on the Longitudinal Study of Humanitarian Migrants. He also undertakes research for the Family Law research program.
Adam is a Senior Research Officer in the Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) information exchange.
Julie Deblaquiere works within Australian Gambling Research Centre. Her specialist research areas include family law, family violence and services provision for separating families and CALD and Indigenous families.
Will Douglas is a Research Officer in the Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) information exchange. He is also involved in research with the Sexual Violence Research (SVR) team.
Edward is a social researcher currently working on the Children and Young People in Separated Families Project.
Jessie Dunstan works on the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children and family law related projects. Her research interests include family relationships, child and adolescent development, and child protection.
Alissar El-Murr trained as a social scientist and has expertise in the areas of violence against women, law and policy analysis, public health, young people and qualitative methods.
Dr Liliya Gatina-Bhote is a Research Officer working on the Building a new life in Australia: the longitudinal study of humanitarian migrants project.
Kathryn Goldsworthy works within the Child Family Community Australia information exchange. Her research focusses on children with intellectual disability in families with complex needs.
Dr Sarah Gray joined the Growing Up in Australia: Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC) research team in 2017. She is a child psychologist with research interests in children’s learning and cognitive development and understanding factors that influence children’s educational and developmental outcomes.