Brenton Prosser is a Visiting Fellow at the Australian National University. He is also an Adjunct Research Fellow to the Crick Centre for Understanding Politics at the University of Sheffield in the UK.
Brenton has held senior research positions at at Australian and UK universities. In these roles, he has led national health, education and social service evaluations for Australian Government. In the UK, he has co-led research into citizen's assemblies and devolution, as well as explored avenues for research impact in Westminster.
Brenton specialises in mental health, medicalisation and policy, while he is known for his expertise in ADHD. He has also researched extensively in governance, policy networks and minority government.
He has published four books, including a guide to ADHD, which has sold over 5,000 copies internationally. His latest book, Minority Policy (MUP), looks at the influence of independents and marginal members on contemporary public policy.