Murdoch Children's Research Institute
Louise Canterford is the data manager/analyst of the Childhood to Adolescence Transition Study (CATS). CATS is a unique longitudinal study of over 1200 children in the middle years of school. The study is based in metropolitan Melbourne, Victoria and began in 2012 with an aim of improving our understanding of child health and emotional development in late childhood.
Louise has completed a Master of Biostatistics. She has worked at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute for the past 15 years.
The e-poster is being presented on behalf of the CATS project manager, Dr Lisa Mundy. Dr Mundy has a PhD in Developmental Psychology. She has worked as a post-doctoral research fellow at the Centre for Adolescent Health within the Murdoch Children's Research Institute since 2011.