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Areas of supervision

Senior academic staff of the NSW Injury Risk Management Research Centre are available to supervise (or co-supervise) postgraduate students in a range of topics that are broadly related to their own areas of research.

Professor Raphael Grzebieta

Dr Julie Hatfield
Dr Julie Hatfield has considerable expertise in the field of road safety, and her behavioural and attitudinal research aims to reduce road trauma. She has extensive experience in supervising PhD, Masters and Honours students in conducting road safety research. Dr Hatfield is particularly interested in 1) the effects of risk perception and risk acceptance in risky driving (particularly drink driving, speeding, and driving whilst fatigued), and 2) the effects of distraction (e.g. from mobile telephones, and in-car audiovisual systems). She also conducts research regarding pedestrian and cyclist road safety. Some of Dr Hatfield’s research is conducted using a driving simulator.

 

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