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.
Dr Helena Romaniuk is a statistician whose research focuses on analysing complex survey data of a longitudinal nature, particularly the data from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC).
Michelle Silbert works as a researcher on the Longitudinal Study of Humanitarian Migrants.
Jessica Smart is a Senior Research Officer working in the Child Family Community Australia (CFCA) team at the Institute.
Dr Anna Thomas manages the Australian Gambling Research Centre and specialises in harm reduction in gambling.
Suzanne Vassallo works on the Australian Temperament Project (ATP). Her research interests include longitudinal research, the development of risk-taking behaviour and adjustment difficulties in adolescents and young adults.
Dr Diana Warren primarily focuses her research on the application of longitudinal data analysis for complex survey data. Her main research interests are economics of education and labour economics.