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Natalie Rajack

Natalie RajackNatalie Rajack, HBSc, MScFS
Research Analyst

Natalie Rajack joined the Waypoint Research Institute as a Research Analyst in 2021. Natalie first began her journey at Waypoint as a Research Intern through the Master of Science in Forensic Science program at Trent University. As an Intern, she conducted a research project alongside Dr. Zoe Hilton examining the predictive significance of antisocial factors in risk assessment tests for intimate partner violence. During this time, Natalie also completed the ODARA 101, becoming a certified user of the Ontario Domestic Assault Risk Assessment.

Prior to completing her Master’s degree, Natalie completed her Honors Bachelor of Science degree in neuroscience at the University of Toronto. As an undergraduate, she assisted the Developmental Systems Neuroscience Laboratory with their research on how stress during maturation alters complex brain patterns in mice.


Natalie is passionate about research in the areas of forensic neuropsychology and forensic mental health for beneficial applications to the Criminal Justice System. Outside of research, she enjoys tutoring high school and undergraduate students in biology, psychology, and chemistry.

Keywords: risk assessment, developmental neuroscience, criminal justice system.

 Research Interests

Forensic neuropsychology; risk assessment; mental health and rehabilitation. 


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