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Dr Maggie Zgambo

As a Research Fellow for the Australian Children of the Digital Age Longitudinal Study, Maggie will specifically focus on associations between children’s digital technology use and health outcomes. Through this research, Maggie hopes to assist parents, children, educators and policymakers to navig [...]

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Dr Helen Adam

Helen holds a PhD from Edith Cowan University in which she investigated the use of culturally diverse literature to support principles of diversity in early years education. The outcomes and impact of her work have been published in internationally renowned journals garnering extensive international [...]

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Dr Annemarie De Leo

As a Research Fellow for the Longitudinal Family Cohort Study, Annemarie will specifically focus on associations between children’s digital technology use and health outcomes. Annemarie hopes this research will help parents, children, educators and policymakers to navigate the ever-changing and ev [...]

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Dr Trish Collins

Dr Patricia (Trish) Collins’s research focuses on the relations between children’s personal values (i.e., motivational goals) and constructs such as social behaviour (e.g., prosocial, aggressive) and wellbeing (e.g., subjective wellbeing, self-esteem). Trish has also examined how children’s pe [...]

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Dr Emma Jayakumar

Emma Jayakumar is a Research Assistant on the ECU/Digital Child industry partner research project with LEGO Asia Pacific, Digital safety and citizenship roundtables: using consultation and creativity to engage stakeholders (children, policy influencers, industry). Emma will apply established qu [...]

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Professor Evalotte Mörelius

As a paediatric nurse and an Associate Investigator in the Centre, Professor Evalotte Mörelius’s research focusses on developing and evaluating methods to prevent and decrease stress for children and their families. Evalotte’s research has a highly clinical, family-centered focus and in [...]

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Dr Shantha Karthigesu

As Associate Investigator, Dr Shantha Karthigesu is currently scoping literature on cultural preservation and relationships between grandparents and grandchildren who communicate primarly via digital technology. Shantha hopes to bring to light the importance of digital technology in keeping the cult [...]

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Jennifer Irvine

Jennifer Irvine is a Research Assistant investigating digital health literacy among young children. She hopes that her research leads to better understandings of how children learn health literacy, and how we can best measure it. Jennifer also hopes that children can explore digital worlds where the [...]

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Associate Professor Lennie Barblett AM

Associate Professor Lennie Barblett’s research focusses on curriculum development, pedagogy and pedagogical leadership for effective early childhood education that is accessible to all Australian children and their families. Embedded in this is her interest in the role digital technologies play in [...]

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Professor Lisa Whitehead

Professor Lisa Whitehead’s research experience over the past 23 years has centred on improving health outcomes for people living with chronic conditions, self-management interventions and working with families to support the management of chronic conditions. Engagement with clinicians and cond [...]

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