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Monika is an epidemiologist specialising in child and adolescent health. adolescent alcohol use, parental supply of alcohol, and parenting. Monika has expertise in longitudinal cohort study design and school-based research. Monika was awarded her PhD in 2014 (UNSW), which investigated inconsistencies in how adolescent alcohol use is defined, measured and reported, and predictors and the impact of parental supply of alcohol.

During 2010-2016, Monika managed the landmark research of the Australian Parental Supply of Alcohol Longitudinal Study (APSALS) at UNSW, a cohort of nearly 2000 Australian adolescents and parents, who will be followed up into 2022. In addition to high-impact journal publications (Pediatrics and The Lancet Public Health), Monika has over 100 media engagements discussing results from her PhD and APSALS, including television (Sunrise, The Project), radio (ABC AM, Triple J Hack), and print (The New York Times). 

Monika recently joined Macquarie University's Australian Institute of Health Innovation, expanding her research interests in life transitions to older people, focusing on hip fracture and dementia, and data linkage and trajectory analysis techniques.

Education/Academic qualification

Public health, PhD, The University of New South Wales

Award Date: 20 Aug 2014

Epidemiology and Sociology, BA (Hons), University of Sydney

Award Date: 1 Dec 2007


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