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Oliver Stanesby Research Officer - Centre for APR, Ctr Alcohol Policy Research (CAPR)

I am an early-career researcher specialising in epidemiology, survey research, quantitative analysis, and data management.

I have worked on Australian and international projects in variety of roles and with a range of data. These include:
- Alcohol’s Harm to Others: Multinational Cultural Contexts and Policy Implications – Gender and Alcohol’s Harms to Others (GENAHTO) (funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism [NIAAA], National Institutes of Health [NIH])
- Dusk2Dawn: Characterizing Youth Nightlife Spaces, Activities, and Drinks (funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation [SNSF])
- WHO/ThaiHealth Collaborative Study of Alcohol’s Harm to Others (funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council [NHMRC])
- Alcohol cultures in middle and older age groups in Victoria (funded by the Victorian Health Promotion Foundation [VicHealth])
- European Joint Action on Reducing Alcohol Related Harm (RARHA) (funded by the Health Program of the EU)
- La Trobe University/Judith Lumley Centre big bid proposal: Tackling alcohol-related domestic violence: A multidisciplinary research program to build strategies to prevent and reduce domestic violence
- Annual small research projects (funded by the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education [FARE])

My main research interests include:
- Alcohol's harms to others
- Characterising nightlife and drinking occasions
- Predictors of nightlife drinking
- Trends in alcohol consumption
- Alcohol cultures, gender and alcohol


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