2016 Duguid travel scholarship

2016 Duguid travel scholarship

Darren Westphal is a second year Masters of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology scholar at NCEPH. He shares his field placement in Western Australia between the...

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2016 Baume Travel Scholarship

2016 Baume Travel Scholarship

Katie Thurber is in the final year of her PhD at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health. Her current work uses a mixed methods approach to...

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ANU Survey to study Mr Fluffy health impacts

ANU Survey to study Mr Fluffy health impacts

The Australian National University (ANU) has launched the third stage of its ACT Asbestos Health Study to examine health concerns of people who have lived in a...

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Society Culture and Health ARC Linkage Success

Society Culture and Health ARC Linkage Success

By 2060, nearly half of Australians aged 64 or older will be employed. Failure to address their health problems could threaten Australia’s economy, tax...

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Adolescent health and wellbeing in Africa: What do we know and what next? Reflections from a Kenyan perspective

Adolescent health and wellbeing in Africa: What do we know and what next? Reflections from a Kenyan perspective

Public Lecture Presented by School of Demography, ANU College of Arts & and Social Sciences and National Centre for Epidemiology & Population...

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Understanding and preventing cardiovascular disease in Australia

Understanding and preventing cardiovascular disease in Australia

Few families in Australia are untouched by cardiovascular disease. It is a leading cause of death and disability; in Australia, someone has a heart attack or...

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Tony McMichael Seminar room naming ceremony

Tony McMichael Seminar room naming ceremony

We had the naming of the Tony McMichael seminar room last week followed by drinks and light refreshments. Tony McMichael endowment will be providing an...

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Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Professor Gabriele Bammer has been invited to attend a meeting of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs in New York in early May, based on her...

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