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Dr Nicole Hayes’ research focusses on the role that children’s early life experiences and exposures play in shaping their future health and developmental outcomes. Nicole has experience in evidence-based clinical practice guideline development, quantitative research methodologies, including [...]
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 [...]
Troy Meston is an Indigenous Studies lecturer researching across the Schools of Education and Humanities at Griffith University. Troy is a Gamilleroi man (N.W. New South Wales) and will bring to the Centre extensive national research and industry experience, including work with peak agencies such as [...]
Dr Sharon Horwood’s research focusses on the impacts of problematic technology use on health and wellbeing across the lifespan. Sharon’s work in the Centre will examine early childhood digital technology use from the perspectives of the parent, the child, and the digital environment, wit [...]
Professor Karen Thorpe is a developmental scientist who works closely with government and non-government agencies to improve the lives of children and families. She has an international track-record in studies of the impact of early life experience on children’s ongoing life course, applying her e [...]
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