Invited expertise

  • Amanda Cooklin (2017): Nominated by La Trobe, and accepted to act as Assistant Chair, NHMRC Grant Review Panel
  • Amanda Cooklin (2017): Nomination to be a panel reviewer for the SAGE Athena Swan 2018 Bronze Award panel was accepted. The Science and Gender Equity (SAGE) Athena Swan is national program promoting gender equity and gender diversity in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine (STEMM)
  • Catherine Chamberlain (2016 ongoing): Invited member Victorian Aboriginal Maternal Child Health Initiative Steering Committee
  • Catherine Chamberlain (2016): NHMRC Project Grant Review panel & Ext Assessor; PCIC TRIP forum invitee; EMCR Reference Group
  • Amanda Cooklin (2016 ongoing): Associate Editor, Journal of Family Studies
  • Amanda Cooklin (2016 ongoing): Member, National Work and Family Policy Roundtable
  • Catherine Chamberlain (2015): Review of 'Tackling Indigenous Tobacco' grant applications for Commonwealth DoH
  • Catherine Chamberlain (2015): Research for All: Universities and Society journal editorial team
  • Catherine Chamberlain (2015): SIDS and Kids National Scientific Advisory Group
  • Catherine Chamberlain (2015): Birthing on Country Position Statement working froup (CATSINAM&ACM)
  • Amanda Cooklin (2014): Invited Guest Associate Editor with Dr Rebecca Giallo to edit a special issue on Parents, Parenting and Mental Health for the Australian journal Clinical Psychologist.
  • Jan Nicholson (2014 ongoing): Invited to be on the Steering Committee for the Paternal Postnatal Depression Initiative, led by Prof Richard Fletcher, University of Newcastle, with funding from beyondblue and Movember
  • Jan Nicholson (2014 ongoing): Invited to be on the expert advisory group for the development of father's data collection for the Growing Up In New Zealand study
  • Jan Nicholson and Elizabeth Westrupp (2015): Invited by the National Children's Commissioner to participate as part of an expert roundtable exploring the issues around how family and domestic violence impacts children