Methamphetamine clandestine laboratories: An analysis of the geo-spatial dynamics between ecological factors, pharmacists, pseudo-runners and related health harms. (2015–2018)

Methamphetamine (MA) manufacture in clandestine laboratories (clan labs) presents serious health and environmental risks beyond the impact on MA users. My fellowship seeks to better understand the interplay between the geography and population features of clan lab locations, the role of pharmacists and pseudo-runners in MA manufacture and MA-related harm. This evidence provides critical information for policy and program development aimed at reducing the MA manufacture and MA-related harm.
Grant type:
NHMRC Early Career Fellowships
  • Biostatistican
    Centre for Health Services Research
    Faculty of Medicine
    Affiliate Academic
    School of Social Science
    Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Funded by:
National Health and Medical Research Council