Our members have national and international reputations, and we publish in leading international journals. We have a history of successful collaboration, both together, and with other renowned researchers and institutions in Australia and overseas, to generate new scientific knowledge for the benefit of communities, professions, governments, and the international field.
Our areas of research
We conduct multidisciplinary research into childhood adversities including maltreatment, trauma and injury, violence and burden of disease. We use sophisticated methods to measure adversities, analyse their effects, and design and test interventions in a range of settings. Find out more about our areas of research here.
Featured news and events
We engage with local, national and international fora and media to inform public debate and contribute to knowledge mobilisation. Here are some examples.
Current research projects
We work with state, national and international agencies to create new insights, and inform social and public policy. Have a look at some of our recently completed and current projects.