Ray Moynihan, PhD
Bond University’s Centre for Research in Evidence-Based Practice in Australia
Senior Research Fellow
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Ray is an internationally respected journalist, author and academic researcher. Ray has worked across radio, print, television and on-line, with positions at Australia’s leading investigative television journalism program ABC Four Corners and as medical writer at the Australian Financial Review. He has published 4 books on the business of medicine and his critically acclaimed 2005 book Selling Sickness: how the world’s biggest pharmaceutical companies are turning us all into patients, was translated into 12 languages.
A former Harkness Fellow based at Harvard University in the United States, his academic research and commentary has been published in the NEJM, Lancet, PLOS Medicine, MJA and The BMJ, where he is has been a columnist since 2011. Ray is regularly invited to present at conferences and comment in the media, and has helped educate journalists about the principles of an evidence-informed approach to medicine. Ray is currently a Senior Research Fellow at Bond University’s Centre for Research in Evidence-Based Practice in Australia, where he investigates the problem of overdiagnosis and its prevention.