Dr Rowan Ogeil
Reporting and Stakeholder Team Leader, National Addiction and Mental Health Surveillance Unit, Turning Point and Research Fellow, Monash University
Rowan is the Reporting and Stakeholder Team Leader, National Addiction and Mental Health Surveillance Unit at Turning Point, and in this role leads novel research projects and works closely with external stakeholders to ensure that key reports are delivered to policy makers. Rowan also play a significant role in teaching and community engagement at Turning Point.
He coordinates a unit in the Monash University Masters of Addictive Behaviours, and contributes to other undergraduate and postgraduate courses. He is currently available to supervise students at Honours, Masters, and Doctorate levels.
Rowan represents the Eastern Health Clinical School on Monash University’s Diversity and Social Inclusion committee, and the faculty’s ECR steering committee. Rowan also serves as the Turning Point representative on Alcohol Change Victoria, a group that develops and promotes evidence-based policy responses that are known to be effective in preventing and reducing alcohol related problems.
Dr Rowan P. Ogeil (BA, BSc (Hons),PhD) was awarded his PhD in Psychology from Monash University in 2012, and is an Early Career Researcher (ECR) in Eastern Health Clinical School and Monash Addiction Research Centre. Rowan’s research has employed translational methods across genetic, behavioural, and population levels, and to date Rowan has authored >60 publications (collectively cited >700 times) in the substance use and sleep fields, and his research has received more than $750K in funding including from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), the Australian Research Council (ARC), and the Commonwealth Department of Health.
As an ECR his performance is exceptional and he has held prestigious fellowships including a Peter Doherty Fellowship (NHMRC) and a Harvard Club of Australia Fellowship during his time as a visiting scientist at Harvard Medical School and the Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston, MA.
Interactions between alcohol and other drug use and sleep and mental health outcomes
You can contact Rowan at [email protected]