Dr. Sinead Boylan

School of Public Health

Sinead Boylan is a Research Fellow at the School of Public Health and researcher at the Sydney Environment Institute. She is also the Executive Officer for the Climate Change, Human Health and Social Impacts Node and Executive Director of the Sydney Food and Nutrition Network at the University of Sydney. Sinead’s research focuses on the inter-disciplinary intersection of food systems, health and the environment.

Her research aims to identify strategies to promote a healthy and sustainable diet and strives for equitable, healthy food access for all. Sinead is currently a researcher supporting a National Climate, Health and Well-being Strategy for Australia, in collaboration with SEI, that will inform adaptation programs that seek to protect and promote health in NSW, in the face of a changing climate.

Sinead has been published numerous times in the Medical Journal of Australia (2018-19), Public Health Nutrition (2011, 2019), Public Health Research and Practice (2018), and a co-editor of Managing and Preventing Obesity: Behavioural Factors and Dietary Interventions (Woodhead Publishing Ltd, 2015).