Cairnmillar Institute supports a vibrant community of academics and clinicians conducting research in diverse areas of Psychology.
We aspire to be leaders in clinical and ‘translational’ research: taking basic psychological theory and empirical findings, and turning them into evaluated and applied outcomes for the benefit of the community. We invite queries to collaborate and contribute to our research centres and funding.
The Child, Parenting, and Family Research Group is committed to conducting applied research that supports the mental health and wellbeing of families and children.
The Centre for Health, Wellbeing and Disability Research will actively contribute to the evidence needed to guide health, wellbeing and disability reform with the explicit intent of improving the health outcomes for all Australians.
The Education and Teaching Scholarship research group is interested in conducting research that enhances the student experience, promotes quality teaching and contributes to the mental health workforce.
The Centre for Mental Health Research: Intervention and Translation looks to conduct research to improve the understanding, practice, and outcomes for psychological problems.