Narelle Robertson, BA (hons)

Casual Research Fellow

Narelle joined the Centre as a casual research fellow in March 2022. She completed a Bachelor of Arts at Deakin University in 2005 and completed an honours degree in anthropology in 2006. Narelle’s thesis investigated the concept of belief in a number of cultures and the impact of how personal belief systems are enacted in the world.

Since completing her honours degree, Narelle has worked as a research assistant/ fellow in a range of disciplines including public health, occupational therapy and psychology. She has extensive research and project evaluation experience. Narelle is currently supporting Dr Edith Holloway on the MIND-MAP project and Christel Hendrieckx on the Australian Type 1 Diabetes National Screening Pilot.