B Psychology (Hons) - Macquarie University
PhD - UNSW (awarded 2019)
Jane is an early career researcher 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 has expertise in ageing well in marginalised populations, forensic psychiatry, neurodiversity, and the health of justice-involved populations. She has a broad range of mixed-methods research experience on a range of projects including: evaluating programs for reducing violent offending and reoffending, investigating accelerated ageing/frailty in Australia's growing older prisoner population, and conceptualising 'ageing well' for adults on the autism spectrum.
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 as communications coordinator for the Medicine Faculty Early Career Academics Network (Med ECAN). Jane also co-convenes an undergraduate criminology course at UNSW: CRIM3022; "Public Health and Corrections".