Robyn Gerhard

Research Assistant, Clinical and Social Research Team, Turning Point and Monash University


Robyn is currently working on the Ready2Change - Methamphetamine Trial, evaluating two different telephone delivered programmes aimed at helping people reduce how much or how often they use methamphetamine.

Research interests

Robyn’s research interests include:

• Mixed methods research
• Social epidemiology
• Program evaluation
• Alcohol and other drug policy
• Intersection of alcohol and other drugs and transport
• Road safety 


Robyn completed a BSc Mathematics from the University of Leeds in 2015, before moving to work as an IT consultant for two years. In 2017, she moved to Australia, working for four years at the Victorian Department of Justice and Community Safety on large-scale road safety and IT projects, and working on the response to COVID-19 in Victoria as a Senior Epidemiologist in 2021.

Robyn is currently completing a MSc Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and will graduate in November 2022.

Contact Details

You can contact Robyn at: [email protected]