Dr Joshua Garfield

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

Overview

Joshua has been involved in managing several clinical research projects. These include:

Research interests

Joshua has long had an interest in the interactions between drug use, the brain, and behaviour. 

Background

Joshua completed a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Psychology at the University of Tasmania in 2002, and then a PhD in Behavioural Neuroscience at the University of New South Wales in 2008, where he studied animal learning theory.

After a brief stint working in depression research after finishing his PhD, he moved to Melbourne in 2011 to work at Monash University, based at Turning Point.

Contact Details

You can contact Joshua at: [email protected]

More information

You can check out Joshua's publications at Google Scholar.