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Senior Research Fellow

PhD (Clinical Psychology)

Vincent is a Senior Research Fellow in the Human Development and Community Wellbeing team at the Telethon Kids Institute. An early career researcher at The Institute, his work is primarily focused on empowering fathers and father figures to improve the health and wellbeing of children. His role is supported by The Fathering Project.

His research interests are diverse, spanning early neurodevelopment, parenting, child disability, grief, psychopathology, and emotion regulation. Vincent also maintains an active portfolio of teaching and student supervision, having successfully supervised students at the intern, undergraduate, and postgraduate level.

Vincent is also a self-proclaimed ‘stats-nerd’ – having a keen interest in research methodology and quantitative research methods, including scale development, psychometrics, latent profile analysis, latent growth curves, factor analysis, and advanced regression analyses.

In addition to his role at The Institute, Vincent is also an Adjunct Senior Clinical Lecturer at the Curtin University Medical School and Senior Research Fellow with the UWA Law School.