Research Scientist, Data61, CSIRO
Claire Naughtin has a background in behavioural psychology, human factors and neuroscience, and received her Ph.D. in 2014. She’s worked on multiple projects, consulting to the public and private sectors on areas as diverse as preventative health, intellectual property, and employment.
She’s currently a Research Scientist at Data61, CSIRO’s data and digital innovation unit. Data61 is one of the world’s largest digital research teams and, outside of the Department of Defence, Australia’s leading capability in cyber security research. Prior to this role she was a Research Scientist with the University of Queensland.
Claire is is passionate about bridging the gap between research and real-world application, using data to help decision-makers make evidence-based choices.
At #GIF17, Claire will be leading a workshop on how global megatrends might impact global health, a must-attend segment of the forum for anyone with a penchant for changing the world through data.