Victoria is an Associate Professor in Addictions at Monash University and Head of Research and Workforce Development at Turning Point, Australia’s leading addiction treatment research, training and education centre. She has conducted clinical research in addiction treatment services for over two decades in the UK, Asia and Australia. She has published around 150 original articles and reports. Her primary research interests centre around developing and testing novel pharmacological, psychological, neurocognitive and peer-based approaches to improve treatment outcomes, through randomised controlled trials and intervention studies. Victoria leads a research program focussing on Cognitive Bias Modification. She is a board member of Victorian Drug and Alcohol Association (VAADA), the peak body representing alcohol and other drug (AOD) services and a member of the Global Research Advisory Committee to SMART Recovery. She is also a group facilitator for SMART Recovery Australia and she teaches on the Graduate Program in Addictive Behaviours course at Monash University. Finally, Victoria is the founder, CEO and Director of SWiPE Brain-training, a personalised neurocognitive training app that aims to reduce alcohol craving and consumption.