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.
Sam Morley works on the AIFS Knowledge Circle and other qualitative research projects. His research specialises in Indigenous affairs.
Dr Stewart Muir is a socio-cultural anthropologist and has extensive experience in research on Indigenous affairs.
Dr Meredith O’Connor is an education and developmental psychologist specialising in understanding healthy development over the life course.
Dr Lixia Qu primarily focuses her research on family trends, couple formation pathways and trajectories, fertility decision-making and living arrangements and wellbeing.
Dr Antonia Quadara primarily focuses her research on violence against women. She manages the AIFS sexual violence research program.
Jennifer Renda works in the design team for the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC). Her previous research at AIFS focussed on issues relating to families and employment.
Dr Angela Rintoul works within the Australian Gambling Research Centre. She is currently managing the place-based study ‘Gambling in Suburban Australia.’
Elly Robinson manages the Child Family Community Australia information exchange and AIFS Expert Panel project.