Dr Kylie Morphett is a Research Fellow at the NHMRC Centre for Research Excellent on Achieving the Tobacco Endgame. Dr Kylie Morphett has worked as a Research Fellow at the UQ School of Public Health since 2017. Prior to her career in research, she worked in a number of non-profit health promotion roles. Her PhD research investigated how smokers understand the neuroscience of nicotine addiction and how this influences their treatment choices. It also explored barriers to the use of best practice smoking cessation pharmacotherapies. Dr Morphett's current research is focused on health communication related to tobacco and nicotine products, as well as emerging environmental contaminants.