Jessica Tyler currently works as a research assistant in the Justice Health Unit, a research coordinator at Twins Research Australia and is the registries lead at GenV (Murdoch Children’s Research Institute). Jess completed her Master of Public Health at the University of Melbourne in 2018, majoring in epidemiology and biostatistics. Her research interests include the interaction between mental health and chronic disease, maternal and child health and development, and data linkage. She’s drawn to large scale data projects that focus on complex health conditions and interactions. Under the supervision of Dr Lucas Ferreira in the Justice Health Unit, she is working on a systematic review on the validity of administrative data for ascertaining health conditions.