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Dr Adrienne O'Neil is a Senior Research Fellow, NHMRC ECR and Program Director at the School of Population & Global Health and University of Melbourne. She is a behavioural scientist with over ten years experience in public health and health services research as well as epidemiology. She has been developing a research program that focuses on the primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD) - specifically for those with mental disorders such as depression. She specialises in the use of technology for the delivery of effective, contemporary and scalable interventions for real world translation into health care systems, having spent 6 months researching this area at Stanford University in 2014. Dr O'Neil's research portfolio contains a combination of intervention studies that have conducted in a range of acute, primary care and community-based settings for the management of CVD (Proactive) and depression (Moodcare, SMILES) as well as the prevention of type 2 diabetes (GGT Diabetes Prevention Project). She has also been involved in several seminal epidemiological studies including the Geelong Osteoporosis Study, AusDiab, MILES-diabetes and the National Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing. Dr O'Neil's track record has excelled in recent years. Throughout her career, she has produced 62 publications including 44 scientific papers, 6 published letters and 5 abstracts, 5 book chapters, 1 report and 1 patient manual. This includes first author commentary pieces in the Archives of Internal Medicine, Annals of Internal Medicine and Medical Journal of Australia. In 2011, she wrote a piece for Circulation calling for better recognition and treatment of depression for women after hospitalization for heart attack. To date, she has received ~$2 million of competitive funding.
She has been involved in several seminal epidemiological studies including the Geelong Osteoporosis Study, AusDiab, MILES-diabetes and the National Survey of Mental Health and Wellbeing