Dr Brendan Quinn is a public health researcher with extensive experience working on diverse, multidisciplinary studies in Australia and internationally. Key professional interests include the use of alcohol and other drugs and associated harms, blood-borne virus (e.g. HIV, hepatitis C) transmission, health outcomes associated with criminal justice system involvement, and men’s health issues. As a Research Fellow with AIFS Longitudinal and Lifecourse Studies program, he primarily works on Ten to Men: The Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health and Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (LSAC).
BA(Psych), Hons (Criminology) (Melb); PhD(Epi) (Monash)
Alcohol use and related harm among adolescent males
This short article presents research into drinking behaviours of adolescent males, with implications for supporting young men and their families.
Parent and child co-resident status among an Australian…
This study describes the characteristics of a sample of parents who primarily smoke methamphetamine and their child or children's residential status.
Health service use among children at risk of social…
This research brief investigates children’s use of health care services, the use of health and support services and children’s unmet service needs.