Malacova E. An investigation of the relationship between traumatic brain injury, mental illness and subsequent criminal offending. Healy Research Collaboration Awards, 2014: $10,000.
The outcomes, services and policy for the reproductive and early years (OSPREY).
Does Traumatic Brain Injury lead to offending behaviour?
Dr. Eva Malacova is a Research Assistant Professor with the Centre for Health Services Research at the University of Western Australia. Eva obtained her PhD in Paediatrics and Child Health (UWA) in 2010. She has over a decade of experience in multidisciplinary collaborative research with different settings and populations, and has qualifications in statistics, mathematics, economics and epidemiology. Her current work focuses on the short- and long-term health outcomes of women who underwent tubal sterilisation or reversal of sterilisation. Additionally, she is involved in research investigating the contact with corrective services among individuals with a history of traumatic brain injury. Eva is dedicated to contributing to community wellbeing and improving the outcomes of vulnerable populations.
Research Fellow, National Drug Research Institute, Curtin University, Western Australia.
Senior Research Officer, Western Australian Government Department of Education, Western Australia.
Research Officer, Cambridge Assessment, Cambridge, UK.
International Postgraduate Student Liaison Officer, School of Population Health
Deputy Chair, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences Regional Human Research Ethics Committee
Member, Research Development Committee