Women's health (Sexuality, sexual health, menopause)
Dr Jennifer Marino is a reproductive epidemiologist who conducts both population-based and clinical research in women’s and adolescent health, with particular emphasis on sexuality and reproductive health. She uses longitudinal cohorts to answer questions about the development of risk-taking behaviour over the lifespan. Her clinical work focuses mainly on cancer survivorship - she is the team epidemiologist for the Royal Women's Hospital interdisciplinary specialty Menopause Symptoms after Cancer clinic, where she conducts observational and intervention studies.
Dr Marino is a reproductive epidemiologist who specialises in psychosocial aspects of women's health. Her work falls into two major streams: 1. Clinic-based studies at the Royal Women's Hospital This stream includes studies of sexual health and menopausal symptoms after cancer, unmet needs in cancer, cancer as a chronic illness, reproductive coercion and intimate partner violence. 2. Population-based studies This stream includes work with the Risky Behaviour Special Interest Group of the Western Australia Pregnancy Cohort (Raine) Study and with the Lifecourse and Intergenerational Health (LIGHt) group at the Robinson Institute of the University of Adelaide.