Dr Bozier graduated with a PhD from the University of Technology Sydney at the beginning of 2021 and is a postdoctoral researcher at the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research.
During his doctoral candidature, Dr Bozier's research focused on the immunological and molecular changes in structural lung cells exposed to electronic cigarette aerosols. His further research interests include airways and chronic lung diseases, new techniques for early detection of lung disease, and the underlying mechanisms of airways and chronic lung disease. His research expertise includes a broad range of cell and molecular biology techniques, as well as the use of standard and complex lung function tests to better understand the physiology of chronic lung diseases.
Dr Bozier maintains active participation in the activities of the Airway Physiology ang Imaging Group, the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand, and the American Thoracic Society’s Respiratory Structure and Function Assembly and Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology Assembly.