Dr Amy Reynolds

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Research Biography

I am an Early-Mid Career Researcher in the field of sleep health. My PhD work looked at physiological responses to insufficient sleep in both human laboratory and field environments. I subsequently completed a Masters of Science in Medicine (Clinical Epidemiology) as I have a keen interest in Sleep Eidemiology. My research program aims to improve understanding of how sleep, circadian disruption and health are related in population-level data, and identify novel targets for intervention in sleep affected sub-groups. To do this, I work in multidisciplinary teams with existing longitudinal cohorts, exploring a variety of health outcomes and their relationship with sleep. I am currently prioritising using more robust measures of sleep and circadian disruption at a large scale to accurately identify a variety of sleep problems in large datasets. I am particularly interested in sub-groups within the population who are vulnerable to poor sleep either by choice, or as a consequence of unavoidable work and personal circumstances (e.g. shift workers). 

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of South Australia

… → 27 Feb 2015

Award Date: 27 Feb 2015

Bachelor (Honours), University of South Australia

… → 30 Dec 2009

Award Date: 30 Dec 2009

Master of Science, University of Sydney

… → 1 Dec 2018

External positions

Adjunct Senior Research Fellow, Central Queensland University

13 Dec 20201 Jan 2025


  • RA0421 Public health. Hygiene. Preventive Medicine
  • sleep health
  • RZ Other systems of medicine


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