PhD - UNSW School of Psychiatry (2019)
B Psychology (Hons) - Macquarie University (2015)
Jane is a postdoctoral research associate in the Justice Health Research Program at the School of Population Health, UNSW Sydney. She completed her PhD in the School of Psychiatry, UNSW Sydney.
Jane's research interests are in social determinants of health and health equity in marginalised populations. In particular, improving health and reintegration of justice-involved populations, enabling healthy ageing, and advancing our understanding of autism in mid-later life. She has a broad range of mixed-methods research experience including qualitative work with vulnerable groups, cross-sector consultation and co-design, longitudinal health data collection, data linkage and digital tool development.
She is an associate investigator with the UNSW Ageing Futures Institute, an associate of the UNSW Human Rights Institute, a UNSW Medicine Equity Diversity and Inclusion Cultural Diversity working group member and currently serves on the University Human Research Ethics Committee B. Jane also co-convenes an undergraduate criminology course at UNSW: CRIM3022; "Public Health and Corrections". Jane is an active member of the Australian Association of Gerontology and is an Executive Committee Member for the NSW Division.
- UNSW School of Population Health Young Investigator Prize 2021
- Best Oral Presentation, Emerging Researchers in Ageing (ERA) Conference 2016, Canberra, ACT, Australia
- Runner up, Best Oral Presentation, Australian Institute for Autism Research Conference, 2016, Perth, WA, Australia
My Research Supervision
PhD - School of Population Health, UNSW. Retaining repeat violent offenders in clinical trials & research
PhD - School of Population Health, UNSW. Cognitive risk factors for criminal behaviour in older people
PhD - School of Population Health, UNSW. ASCAPE: A serious game approach to understand and detect cognitive impairment issues in marginalised populations
CRIM3022 - Public Health and Corrections
SOMS1501 - Inside the Criminal Mind
PSYC 2101 - Assessment, Personality and Psychopathology