Charlotte Brakenridge joined the RECOVER team as a postdoctoral research fellow in April 2018.

Charlotte has experience in activity monitor measurement, quantitative and qualitative analysis, systematic reviews, meta-analyses, and the use of supportive technology for behaviour change. She is interested in applying these skills and knowledge to understand and improve how people return to pre-injury functioning and to work after road traffic injuries.

Prior to RECOVER, Charlotte completed her PhD project on the development and evaluation of a workplace intervention to reduce office workers’ sitting time in 2018, and has worked for The University of Queensland since 2010 in public health research.