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8 September 2015
Team Australia: MAE scholars and alumni working in West Africa for #ZeroEbola Two Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology (MAE) scholars—Jocelyn Chan and Anna-Lena...
8 September 2015
Good news Anna was part of a team that evaluated Australia’s first opioid overdose management program, which makes take-home naloxone available to potential opioid...
2 September 2015
Meetings The Environment, Climate and Health group meets fortnightly from 2-3pm in the building 62 seminar room. The next meeting is on 2 December and will be an opportunity to...
21 July 2015
NCEPH would like to offer its congratulations to the students who graduated last week: Dr Matthew Kelly (PhD), Dr Ursula King (PhD), Dr Jeffrey Lai (PhD) Mr Timothy Sloan Gardner(...
15 July 2015
The National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health at the Australian National University is offering the Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology (MAE) for 2016-2017....
3 June 2015
Grace Joshy has been awarded the Victorian Centre for Biostatistics (ViCBiostat) Visiting Fellowship 2015. ViCBiostat is led by senior academic biostatisticians from the Murdoch...
3 June 2015
Events ECH/NCEPH/RSPH will host an event for the launch of the new Lancet Commission report on climate change, that focuses on solutions to the “Health Emergency...
3 June 2015
The MAE team have had their MOOC proposal: 'Infectious Diseases: From investigation to control in the field' shortlisted by the ANUEdx committee and will present more...
3 June 2015
Grants awarded Chalmers J, Olsen A & Breckenridge J. 2015. National Drug Research Institute UNSW Seed Grant. $3000 Grants applied for Heart Foundation Working Longer...
6 May 2015
Ellie Paige and Katie Thurber held workshops on using Stata for the RSPH Honours students and other members of NCEPH, based on materials provided by the MAE convenors. As...
6 May 2015
Gabriele Bammer ran a workshop on ‘Knowledge to action: creating an effective, efficient and equitable prevention system’ for The Australian Prevention Partnership...
6 May 2015
Teaching Environment, Climate and Health course in the MPH is currently running, with 14 students enrolled Higher degree research Ursula King has been notified that she has...
6 May 2015
Congratulations to Kerri Viney, who gave her PhD exit seminar this month and submitted her PhD on Friday. Congratulations also to Elvina Viennet, who gave birth to a daughter....
6 May 2015
Grants awarded Carey G, Corr L, Landvogt K.  'Gender equity and social protection policies: Symposium & Policy Roundtable'. Gender Equity Institute grant scheme...
20 April 2015
Rosemary Korda and Martyn Kirk (along with Cathy Banwell, Mark Clements and Bruce Armstrong) are undertaking a consultancy with ACT Health to examine the health consequences...
20 April 2015
Since the beginning of the year, Gabriele Bammer has fielded enquiries from more than 110 teams and individuals about the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Centre (SESYNC)...
20 April 2015
New member We are very happy to welcome a new PhD student, Angus McLure, who started in February, and will be working on mathematical models of Clostridium difficile with Katie...
20 April 2015
Grants under preparation or applied for Cathy Banwell, Anna Olsen, Kamalini Lokuge and Stephanie Davis have been working on an ARC Discovery called ‘Encountering Ebola:...
20 April 2015
The Variations in Heart Failure project, which was undertaken as a consultancy for the NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation, has been completed and submitted to the Agency. The CDE...
20 April 2015
Robyn Lucas led the development of an NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence grant on ‘Sun exposure and vitamin D in Australians over Life’.  This has a strong...

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