Dr Rebecca Jenkinson contributes to a range of studies across the Institute, including the Building a New Life in Australia study and the Weighing up the Odds study.
Dr Karena Jessup works for the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC). Much of her career has focused on the design and management of research, with a focus on longitudinal research.
Dr Rae Kaspiew is a socio-legal researcher with particular expertise in family law and family violence. She manages the AIFS' family law and family violence research programs.
Pauline Kenny primarily focuses her research on the impacts of past adoption practices in Australia. She has previously specialised in the field of alcohol and other drug research.
Ken Knight coordinates communications activities for the Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) information exchange.
Bernadette joined AIFS as a Senior Research Officer in 2017. She works in the the Growing Up In Australia: Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC) project design team, assisting with the development of instruments for LSAC.
Dr Julie Lahausse is currently working on Working Together to Care for Kids: A survey of foster and relative/kinship carers
Jatender has joined AIFS as a Survey Data Manager to manage the Institute longitudinal data collections.
Sharnee Moore is a socio-legal researcher and her work primarily focuses on issues relating to domestic and family violence and vulnerable families in a family law context.
Dr Stewart Muir is a socio-cultural anthropologist and has extensive experience in research on Indigenous affairs.