Dr Rowan Ogeil appointed to the Editorial Board of the Drug and Alcohol Review
Congratulations to Dr Rowan Ogeil, who has just been appointed to the Editorial Board of Drug and Alcohol Review as a Deputy Editor.
Rowan is a Senior Research Fellow at Eastern Health Clinical School, Monash University, and acting Strategic Lead of the National Addiction and Mental Health Surveillance Unit at Turning Point.
He brings 10 years of experience at Turning Point to the board position and joins our other academic editors Professor Victoria Manning, Associate Professor Shalini Arunogiri, and Dr Michael Savic on the board.
During his time at Turning Point, Rowan has held a number of prestigious Fellowships, including a Peter Doherty Fellowship from the NHMRC (2014–18), and a Harvard Club of Australia Fellowship (2016), which saw him seconded to work at Harvard University and the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in MA, USA in 2016 studying the use of drugs by shift workers and the effect that these drugs have on their health and sleep.
Rowan is a key member of the Turning Point team, working on several research projects with the National Addiction and Mental Health Surveillance Unit, in addition to teaching and mentoring our students, and helping internal and external bodies write compelling briefs to lobby for changes in AOD policy.
Drug and Alcohol Review is Asia-Pacific's leading multidisciplinary journal addressing issues related to alcohol and drug-related problems, and the official journal of the Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs (APSAD).