Dr Jody Morgan is an associate research fellow within the Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health at the University of Wollongong. She has a Bachelor of Medicinal Chemistry and obtained a PhD in organic and medicinal chemistry in 2003.
Jody is a lab-based toxicology researcher whose research interests sit at the intersection of analytical chemistry and public health. She has published papers on pill-testing as a harm reduction strategy and use of naloxone for reversal of synthetic opioid overdose. Her current research is focused on electronic cigarettes, with particular emphasis on identification and quantification of chemical constituents in samples available to Australian consumers as well investigations into the use of electronic cigarettes as an illicit drug delivery device.