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Biography

I am a clinical triallist and epidemiologist specialising in sleep and sleep disorders at the Woolcock Institute for Medical Research and the Macquarie University Department of Health Sciences. I use a wide variety of epidemiological research methods and designs including randomised controlled trials and population-based cohorts, including the Busselton Health Study. My colleagues and I are attempting to measure the impact of disease, the effectiveness of a variety of treatments and investigate health system activity related to sleep. I provide high-quality evidence-based information of direct and immediate utility to both practicing clinicians and policy-makers.

Students who are reading this and are interested in studying anything related to sleep or sleep disorders are invited to email me to discuss research degree pathways

Education/Academic qualification

Public Health, PhD, Positive airway pressure for obstructive sleep apnoea : systematic evaluation versus clinical and technological drift, Massey University Wellington

1 Feb 200330 Jun 2005

Award Date: 25 May 2006

Health Sciences, PGDipHealSc (Dist.), University of Otago

1 Feb 200130 Nov 2001

Award Date: 22 Aug 2002

Accountancy, Bachelor of Commerce, University of Otago

15 Feb 199715 Jun 2000

Award Date: 22 Aug 2000

Psychology, Bachelor of Science, University of Otago

15 Feb 199715 Jun 2000

Award Date: 22 Aug 2000

External positions

Finance Committee Member, Australasian Sleep Association

11 Nov 2022 → …

Editorial Board member, European Respiratory Society

2022 → …

Associate Editor, Sleep Research Society (the journal: SLEEP)

2019 → …

Editorial Board Member, The Sleep Health Foundation

2015 → …

Deputy Editor, European Sleep Research Society (Journal of Sleep Research)

2012 → …

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