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Honorary Fellow, Public Health, The University of Queensland

Dr Aimee Brownbill is an Honorary Fellow in The University of Queensland School of Communications and Arts and Senior Policy and Research Advisor at the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE).

Aimee has a PhD in Public Health and has contributed to collaborative applied research projects across the topics of unhealthy food and sugar-sweetened beverages, alcohol and tobacco control. Much of her research has focused on the influence of commercial marketing practices on health and wellbeing. Her PhD thesis explored the influence of health-related marketing on consumer perceptions of non-alcoholic beverages.

Aimee’s current work addresses digital marketing by harmful industries such as alcohol, gambling and highly processed unhealthy foods, and explores potential avenues for regulation.


  • 2021–present
    Honorary Fellow, The University of Queensland, School of Communication and Arts
  • 2020–present
    Senior Policy and Research Advisor, Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education
  • 2015–2020
    Research Assistant, South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute, Health Policy Centre
  • 2015–2020
    Academic Staff, The University of Adelaide


  • 2020 
    The University of Adelaide, PhD
  • 2015 
    The University of Adelaide, Honours in Health Sciences (Public Health)
  • 2014 
    The University of Adelaide, Bachelor of Health Sciences (Nutrition and Health Promotion)