Climate is changing our mental health

22 March 2022

Associate Professor Fiona Charlson is a Research Fellow with the National Health and Medical Research Council at the Queensland Centre of Mental Health Research and School of Public Health at The University of Queensland.

She is a psychiatric epidemiologist and health services researcher with vast experience in addressing some of the most challenging global mental health research questions.

Among these is how climate change could be impacting our mental health.

In 2021, Associate Professor Charlson was recognised by The Australian as one of the nation's top early career researchers.

Research News spoke to Associate Professor Charlson about her career so far, and her recent findings in the field of global mental health.

Read the full interview