Jennifer’s 30-year career has been devoted to attachment and care-giving, focused on families and young children experiencing trauma or transition. McIntosh has had a substantial impact on policy and practice in Australian and international Family Law. In 2011, she was recipient of the AFCC Stanley Cohen Distinguished Research Award . McIntosh is the author of the Family Law DOORS (Detection of Overall Risk), the first tool for the screening of violence and well-being in separated families to enable the detection of developmental risk in infants. Her Family Law related research and intervention programs are housed at , including the Young Children in Divorce and Separation Program , an online education program for separated parents of very young children.
ASP has major expertise in the structural geology of Australia's hydrocarbon provinces and has the capability to conduct integrated applied research projects focussed on solving tectonic problems, with particular strengths in the following areas: seismic interpretation, volcanism in sedimentary basins, geomechanics, stress and fault analysis, subsidence and uplift analysis, thermal history modelling and 2D-4D structural modelling.
Recent and ongoing studies have focussed on understanding tectonic controls on hydrocarbon prospectivity and production in the North West Shelf, Cooper Basin, Perth Basin, Bight Basin, Otway Basin, Bass Basin and Gippsland Basin using 2D and 3D seismic, log and thermal history data.
In the Philippines, an academic thesis is named by the degree, such as bachelor/undergraduate thesis or masteral thesis. However, in Philippine English , the term doctorate is typically replaced with doctoral (as in the case of "doctoral dissertation"), though in official documentation the former is still used. The terms thesis and dissertation are commonly used interchangeably in everyday language yet it generally understood that a thesis refers to bachelor/undergraduate and master academic work while a dissertation is named for doctorate work.