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Janine Lam

RESEARCHER PROFILE

PhD candidate

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Janine Lam completed her Master of Education (Counselling) at The University of Auckland in 2010, which included establishing and running a school-based counselling service for children. She then worked at The University of Melbourne (UoM) in twin research from 2014-19 while completing a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology and Biostatistics. At the UoM she co-ordinated The Global Twins and Multiples Priority Setting Partnership, a collaboration which involved over 31 countries. She is currently undertaking her PhD in child mental health and wellbeing with the Gatt resilience group at Neuroscience Research Australia.

RESEARCH TEAM

PUBLICATIONS

The Association between Socioeconomic Status and Psychological Distress: A Within and Between Twin Study.

Lam JR, Tyler J, Scurrah KJ, Reavley NJ, Dite GS

Research priorities for the future health of multiples and their families: The Global Twins and Multiples Priority Setting Partnership.

Lam JR, Liu B, Bhate R, Fenwick N, Reed K, Duffy JMN, Khalil A,

Twins Research Australia: A New Paradigm for Driving Twin Research.

Murphy K, Lam J, Cutler T, Tyler J, Calais-Ferreira L, Li S, Little C, Ferreira P, Craig JM, Scurrah KJ, Hopper JL