Clinical Director, Turning Point; NHMRC Research Fellow, Monash University
A/Prof Shalini Arunogiri is an addiction psychiatrist and researcher. She is Clinical Director at Turning Point, and Associate Professor at Monash University.
Shalini is a NHMRC Emerging Leader Research Fellow at Monash Addiction Research Centre, with over 50 publications and $14M in research funding to date. Her work focuses on innovative pharmacological and psychosocial treatments for addiction, and she is completing a fellowship in the treatment of trauma in people with methamphetamine use disorder.
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