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Adrienne O'Neil

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Violence & Health Behaviours
Cardiometabolic & Psychiatric Epidemiology
Disease Prevention & Management
science & technology
life sciences & biomedicine
humans
depression
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A/Prof

Adrienne O'Neil

 
Division
Medicine, Dentistry And Health Sciences
 
Primary Interest
Behaviour Change
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Adrienne O'Neil

 

Dr Adrienne O'Neil is a Senior Research Fellow & Heart Foundation Future Leader at the Melbourne School of Population Health, University of Melbourne. Dr O’Neil leads a research program dedicated to investigating the interplay between mental health and the cardiovascular system, with a focus on depression, trauma, gendered violence and stress in both the onset and trajectory of CVD.

In addition to her epidemiological and behavioural medicine research and teaching activities, she is a provisional Men’s Behaviour Change Practitioner which sees her working with groups of men who use family violence. In 2014, she completed a post doctorate at Stanford University's Laboratory of Behavioral Science where she focused on ways to harness digital technologies to improve the management of heart disease and common co-morbidities like mental disorders. Dr O’Neil currently has over 80 publications and approx 3 million dollars of NHMRC, Heart Foundation and other funding, including Category 1 personnel funding from 2009-2021.

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Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2017

Heart Foundation Future Leader Fellowship

2013

Australasian Society of Psychiatric Research Young Investigator of the Year

2012

National Health and Medical Research Council Early Career Fellow

2009

National Heart Foundation Top Ranked Doctoral Scholar

2012

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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Honorary

Melbourne School Of Population And Global Health

Member

Australian Cardiac Rehabilitation Association

Associate

National Alliance for the Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease

Executive Committee Member

Alliance for the Prevention of Mental Disorders

Associate

International Society of Nutritional Psychiatric Research

Education


Doctor of Philosophy (Public Health)

Monash University

Bachelor of Arts (Hons)

Monash University