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Associate Investigators

Natasha Ginnivan
Dr Natasha Ginnivan

BSc Psych UNSW; PGDip Psych Macquarie University; PhD Australian National University

Postdoctoral Researcher, National Institute of Experimental Art, UNSW, The School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW 

Research stream: 
Demographic change and optimal policy
Expectations and the ageing experience
Promoting successful ageing in the workplace
Social determinants of successful ageing

Dr Cathy Honge Gong

PhD in Economics (ANU); M.S. in Public Policy(GRIPS); B.S. in Economics(RUC)

Research Fellow, College of Health and Medicine, Australian National University

Research streams:
Social determinants of successful ageing
Retirement policy issue

Alistair Gray
Professor Alistair Gray

BA (Hons) University of West Scotland; PhD University of Aberdeen

Professor of Health Economics and Director, Health Economics Research Centre, University of Oxford

Research stream:
Sustainable Wellbeing in Later Life

Bob Gregory
Professor Bob Gregory

PhD London School of Economics; B Commerce University of Melbourne

Professor Emeritus, Australian National University

Research stream:
Macro-Demographic Dynamics and Population Ageing Policy
Sustainable Wellbeing in Later Life

Prof Barbara Griffin

PhD The University of Sydney

Professor, Macquarie University

Research stream:
Organisations and the mature workforce

Associate Professor Ross Hammond

B.A. (Honors) Williams College; PhD University of Michigan

Director and Senior Fellow, The Brookings Institution and Betty Bofinger Brown Distinguished Associate Professor Public Health and Social Policy, Washington University

Research Stream:

Macro-Demographic Dynamics and Population Ageing Policy 

Erik Hernaes
Erik Hernæs

Cand.Oecon in Economics, University of Oslo

Senior Research Fellow, Ragnar Frisch Centre for Economics Research, University of Oslo

Research streams:
Decision Making, Expectations and Cognitive Ageing
Sustainable Wellbeing in Later Life

 

Alex Heron
Alexandra Heron

BA (Hons) University of Oxford; Solicitors' Professional Examinations (England and Wales); GradDip (Law) ANU

Research Associate, Women and Work Research Group, and Doctoral Candidate, Business School, University of Sydney

Research stream:
Organisations and the Mature Workforce

Dr Vasant Hirani
Dr Vasant Hirani

PhD, APD, RNutr, MSc, Bsc(Hons)

Senior Lecturer, Nutrition and Dietetics, School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Sydney

Research stream:
Sustainable Wellbeing in Later Life

Professor Andreas Hirschi

PhD Applied Psychology University of Zurich; Master of Advanced Studies in Psychology of Career Counseling and Human Resources

Management Universities of Zurich, Bern, and Professor for Work and Organizational Psychology, Institute of Psychology, University of Bern, Switzerland

Research streams:
Career development across the lifespan, career counseling

Keywords:
Career Development; Career Counseling; Work-life Interface

Dr Diane Hosking

BA ANU; BHSc (Hons Psychology) AU; PhD Psychology AU

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)

Research Streams:

Individual differences in financial and health decision making impacts on productive ageing
Identifying individual and social influences on decision making at older ages
Promoting successful ageing in the workplace
Expectations and the ageing experience
Social determinants of successful ageing

 

Associate Professor Rafat Hussain

MBBS, University of Karachi; MPH, University of North Carolina; PhD, Australian National University

Associate Professor in Population Health, ANU Medical School & Research School of Population Health, Centre for Research on Ageing, Health & Wellbeing (CRAHW), Australian National University

Research Stream:
Decision Making, Expectations and Cognitive Ageing
Sustainable Wellbeing in Later Life

 

 

Fedor Iskhakov
Dr Fedor Iskhakov

BMath Econ CandSc Econ St Petersburg State University; MSc PhD University of Oslo

Senior Lecturer, Research School of Economics, Australian National University

Research stream:
Decision Making, Expectations and Cognitive Ageing
Sustainable Well Being in Later Life

Carol Jagger
Professor Carol Jagger

BSc MSc University of Leeds; PhD University of Leicester

Primary affiliation:
AXA Professor of Epidemiology of Ageing, Institute for Ageing, University of Newcastle, UK

Research stream:
Sustainable Well Being in Later Life