Dr Taisia Huckle

Dr Taisia Huckle

Researcher

Dr Huckle is a senior researcher whose research focuses on evidence-based alcohol and public health research to address alcohol-related harm. The major focus has been on original research and knowledge transfer in her areas of research expertise –alcohol consumption and harms, alcohol policy and alcohol’s harm to others.  Dr Huckle has published numerous journal articles on alcohol use and has contributed to two World Health Organisation books and the forthcoming Alcohol No Ordinary Commodity 3. She is a Deputy Editor for Drug and Alcohol Review, an international peer reviewed journal, and regularly reviews manuscripts for high impact journals. She has been an invited speaker at national events, presented evidence in Alcohol Regulatory Licensing Authority hearings and regularly presents papers at national and international conferences. She currently has a Sir Charles Hercus Fellowship funded by the Health Research Council of New Zealand.