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Miss Paige Webb



I obtained a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) degree from Macquarie University in 2019. For my honours project, I conducted a rodent model of methamphetamine self-administration following a period of adolescent isolation.

I have been working at NDARC as a research assistant since 2020 and commenced my PhD in 2022. The focus of my PhD will be to explore the impact of methamphetamine use on the family of people who use it.

University role: 
Research Officer
  • Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) (Macquarie University, Australia)
  • 2022: recipient of the NDARC Higher Degree Research Scholarship
  • 2022: recipient of the Research Training Program Scholarship
drug use
harm reduction
people who inject drugs
Research activities: 

During the final year of my undergraduate degree, I presented my honours project during an oral presentation at the Australasian Conference of Undergraduate Research in 2019. I also pubished a first author peer-reviewed journal article of this work in 2022. 

During my time at NDARC I have contributed to an updated Global Review of the Prevalence and Characteristics of People Who Inject Drugs and Harm Reduction. 

Teaching & Supervision
I am available to supervise: