Cailem Murray Boyle

Cailem Murray Boyle

Senior Research Officer
Australian Institute of Family Studies
BA (Psych), BSc (Biom) (UQ)

Cailem Murray Boyle joined AIFS in April 2021 as a Senior Research Officer within the Australian Gambling Research Centre. Cailem has a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) and a Bachelor of Science (Biomedical) both from the University of Queensland. Cailem is currently in the final stages of completing a Masters at CQUniversity Australia in the field of gambling studies with a specific focus on measuring gambling-related harm. 

Cailem has several years’ experience executing and managing research projects both in academic and non-academic roles, primarily specialising in quantitative methodology and analysis. Cailem has been involved in several population-level projects on the topics of gambling consumption and harm, messaging for gambling harm reduction, as well as on the design and validation of measures related to gambling harm. Cailem’s previous research has involved other health-related areas, including tracking visual perception and blind spot reduction, validation of State hospital patient deterioration charts, and customer metrics for Medicare services (DHS), as well as various non-health-related research projects.