Sophie is the Project Manager for the Australian Temperament Project Generation 3 Study (ATP Gen3), a 36-year, three generation, longitudinal study of psycho-social health and development (https://www.melbournechildrens.com/atp/). She is also the Project Coordinator for the Comprehensive Monitoring project (CMP), a Victorian-based, translational public health implementation trial stemming from the ATP Gen3 and other socio-emotional research findings (https://www.melbournechildrens.com/atp/translation/comprehensive-monitoring-project/). Sophie holds a Master of Public Health (foci including health policy and health program evaluation) and has an undergraduate background in psychology and criminology. Sophie has particular expertise in the implementation and management of longitudinal, epidemiological cohort studies and large-scale, population-level data collection that requires significant community and stakeholder engagement. She has a keen interest in social determinants of health, socio-emotional and behavioural development, and genuine community engagement to achieve effective research translation into policy and practice to improve population health outcomes. With nearly two decades of experience working with children, parents, teachers and service providers, experience across three high-profile longitudinal studies at the Melbourne Children’s Campus, and a passion for healthy families and communities, Sophie plays a key role in the leadership of these two flagship projects (ATP Gen3 & CMP).