Dr. Alicia Nijdam-Jones is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada. She earned her PhD in clinical psychology (forensic specialization) from Fordham University and has an MA in criminology from Simon Fraser University. After her doctoral studies, she completed a clinical psychology postdoctoral fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco. Her program of research uses quantitative and qualitative approaches to examine criminal justice involvement and forensic assessment measures, justice-involved consumer-centered outcomes, and investigations into cross-cultural issues in psychological assessment and mental health services. She specializes in the area of violence risk assessment, malingering assessment, stalking, and the use of forensic assessment measures with linguistically, ethnically, and culturally diverse samples. Her current projects examine the cultural sensitivity and cross-cultural validity of violence risk and malingering assessment tools in Latin America, the United States, and Canada.