Nicole Lee recognised at Curtin Awards
Congratulations to NDRI Adjunct Professor Nicole Lee who was recognised for being one of the top five media commentators in Curtin University’s Faculty of Health Sciences at the recent 2019 Curtin Research and Engagement Awards.
Nicole was also recognised for being the Curtin academic who has published the most articles in The Conversation in 2019, covering a range of alcohol and other drug related issues and gaining more than 556,000 reads worldwide (see list below).
The Curtin Research and Engagement Awards celebrate the achievements of Curtin researchers, recognise academics who are making a positive contribution to raising the University’s research profile in the media, and acknowledge research collaborators from industry, government and the community.
2019 articles in The Conversation by NDRI Adjunct Professor Nicole Lee:
- Parents of teens, here’s what you really need to know about MDMA
- When the coroner looked at how to cut drug deaths at music festivals, the evidence won. But what happens next?
- Home grown cannabis to be legal in the ACT. Now what?
- Drugs don’t affect job seeking, so let’s offer users help rather than take away their payments
- Testing festival goers’ pills isn’t the only way to reduce overdoses. Here’s what else works
- Did you look forward to last night’s bottle of wine a bit too much? Ladies, you’re not alone
- I Need to Know: ‘My friend is using ice and smoking pot. What do I do?’
- History, not harm, dictates why some drugs are legal and others aren’t
- How does MDMA kill?
- Three Charts on who uses illicit drugs in Australia