Constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians

Constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians

Professor Mick Dodson AM is Director of the National Centre for Indigenous Studies at The Australian National University and Professor of Law at the ANU...

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2014 Baume Travel Grant

2014 Baume Travel Grant

I received the Baume Travel Grant to attend the annual Society for Mathematical Biology (SMB) conference, held this year as a joint meeting with the Japanese...

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Announcing the First John C Caldwell African Research Visiting Fellow

Announcing the First John C Caldwell African Research Visiting Fellow

Dr Makandwe Nyirenda from the Africa Centre for Health & Population Studies, University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa has been awarded the inaugural...

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Ebola - a personal story

Ebola - a personal story

As the World Health Organisation declares the Ebola epidemic an international health emergency, Dr Kamalini Lokuge shares her exeriences with Radio National...

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Public health specialists on standby for disasters

Public health specialists on standby for disasters

A flying squad of public health specialists has been officially launched in Melbourne, bringing together Australia’s best experts who can rush to...

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Processed foods and soft drinks push up Asian salt, fat and sugar

Processed foods and soft drinks push up Asian salt, fat and sugar

Developing countries in Asia may be set to join the first-world obesity epidemic, a new ANU study of nutrition across 12 countries has found. “We have...

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Football fever not Dengue Fever

Football fever not Dengue Fever

Australian soccer fans are unlikely to be at high risk of dengue fever at next month’s FIFA World Cup in Brazil, Australian National University...

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Climate change and health: IPCC reports emerging risks, emerging consensus

Climate change and health: IPCC reports emerging risks, emerging consensus

The consequences of human-driven global climate change as this century progresses will be wide-ranging. Yet public discussion has focused narrowly on a largely...

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Since 1988, NCEPH has devoted itself to improving the population's health through discovery, training and the translation of research into effective health policy. We strive to provide a work environment that is supportive and enriched by expertise in the broad range of disciplines needed to achieve excellence in population health research.

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