Dr Bosco Rowland is a registered psychologist and currently an Alfred Deakin Post-Doctoral Fellow, with the School of Psychology at Deakin University. He has worked on a number of large community trials focussed on preventing and reducing alcohol related harm. Currently he manages the implementation of the Smart Generation ARC Linkage trial; a trial aiming to prevent the use and uptake of alcohol by Australian adolescents across Australia. He has worked on the Randomised Community Trial of the Good Sports Program, a program that helps community sports club manage and consume alcohol responsibly. He works collaboratively with academic institutions across Australia, including the Centre for Adolescent Health, Newcastle University, Turning Point Drug and Alcohol Centre, and Hunter New England Population Health and is an active member of Australian Research Alliance for Children and Young people contributing to prevention evidence publications on key drug and alcohol topics.