About Dr Sinead Boylan

Climate change has been stated as being the biggest public health opportunity of the 21st Century. This makes research at the interface between climate and health very exciting – a chance to navigate unchartered waters. Researching this field offers an opportunity to develop solutions in tackling one of the biggest public health threats of our time.

My PhD was in nutritional epidemiology and after working in the field for a number of years, I began to work alongside policy-makers in providing evidence-based advice. I am now working as Executive Officer of the Human Health and Social Impacts Node at The University of Sydney. I am a board member of the NSW Public Health Association of Australia, and the Climate and Health Alliance.

Selected publications

For a full list of Dr Boylan's publications please see her Academic Profile page