Dr Creina Stockley, PhD

Dr Creina Stockley, (PhD, MSc, MBA,) is a clinical pharmacologist. For 28 years was Manager – Health and Regulatory Information at The Australian Wine Research Institute. She is currently Adjunct Senior Lecturer at The University of Adelaide and Principal – Stockley Health & Regulatory Solutions. In addition, she is an Australian government delegate to the Organisation de la Vigne et du Vin (OIV) where she has held positions of Vice-President and acting President of the Nutrition and Wine expert group, President of the Food Safety expert group, and President and Vice-president of Commission IV Safety and Health. Her current and previous positions have afforded her opportunities to act as an independent expert for a variety of national and international governmental health and safety forums in the areas of allergens and additives, as well as being actively involved in research related to the effects of moderate wine consumption on human health (cardiovascular disease, colorectal cancer and dementia). She has presented at over 110 conferences, published over 65 peer-reviewed papers, 85 non-peer-reviewed papers, 11 book chapters and was guest editor of three journals, and has conducted over 75 media interviews.


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