Caroline is Research Fellow in the Injury & women's Health divisions at The George Institute. Her research focuses on reducing the burden of injury and disability in vulnerable populations worldwide. She has a research background in drowning, falls, burns, road traffic injury and child product safety
The majority of Caroline’s current research is focused on drowning reduction in India and Bangladesh, where she is investigating the burden of drowning and identifying context-specific approaches to improving water safety. She is interested in sex-differences in injury incidence and the differences in long-term health outcomes following injury for men and women. She is currently leading a study investigating sex differences in pain experienced by men and women following a range of medical events and injuries.