Dr. Rosenbaum is an NHMRC Early Career Fellow at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Honorary Fellow at the Black Dog Institute and George Institute for Global Health and Director of Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA).
Simon conducted the first RCT of exercise in the treatment of PTSD at the George Institute for Global Health, Sydney University and St John of God Health Care. Simon has worked as an allied health professional within various mental health settings, including private and public hospitals, community facilities and general practice. Simon has presented both nationally and internationally on the role of exercise in mental illness and is an elected National Director of Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA). Simon has 76 peer-reviewed publications (29 first or senior author) across the areas of psychiatry, physical rehabilitation, public health and clinical science. He has published in journals of a high standing including World Psychiatry (IF 20.2), Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica (IF 5.5), Journal of Clinical Psychiatry (IF 5.2) and Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental (IF 3.0). In addition to peer-reviewed publications, Simon is committed to communicating research findings to the general population and has written invited pieces for The Conversation and the British Journal of Sports Medicine blog. He has established considerable national and international collaborations with international experts including researchers from KU Leuven Belgium and University of Greenwich UK.