The Institute supports a number of postgraduate research students who are enrolled through the Monash University Department of Forensic Medicine. Their research covers diverse projects including drug harm and forensic toxicology, deaths in aged care, forensic anthropology and fatal injury surveillance in developing countries.
Abuse-related deaths in community-dwelling older Australians
Restorative Justice Processes for Survivors of Sexual and Family Violence
The use of bomb pulse dating to determine year of birth and death: working towards improving the investigation of unidentified human remains in an Australian context.
Use of high resolution mass spectrometry in clinical Toxicology
The psychology of drug users: Mental health, victim and offending typology
Clinical and forensic aspects of heroin-related toxicity: prevalence, contributors and opportunities for prevention
Informing current methods of skeletal analysis using an experimental computed tomographic approach.
A comparison of oral/dental injury in Australia and Indian in the context of family violence: clinical, public health and forensic significance
A Trends Analysis of Child Unintentional Injury Morbidity in Victorian and Australia 1963-2016
The relationship between exposure to external cause parental death and subsequent suicidal behaviour in adulthood.