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8 July 2014
The team submitted their NHMRC Partnership Grant Application, entitled ‘Identifying and prioritising points for intervention to reduce cardiovascular disease...
8 July 2014
Robyn Lucas attended an excellent one week training course in Florence on Genomic and epigenomic epidemiology by George Davey Smith and Caroline Relton. The genomic epidemiology...
8 July 2014
MAE: Martyn and the MAE team launched a new collaborative network of MAE alumni and other professionals interested in field epidemiology in public health emergencies. The ARM...
8 July 2014
Mandy Wales and Jenny Welsh attended the Work and Family Researchers Network Conference in New York. Jenny delivered a paper on the health implications of increasing women’s...
25 June 2014
The National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health at ANU is offering the MAE for 2015. This program is a two-year Field Epidemiology Training Program that teaches people...
16 June 2014
A flying squad of public health specialists has been officially launched in Melbourne, bringing together Australia’s best experts who can rush to emergencies and disasters...
4 June 2014
Teaching MPH new Unit Environment Climate and Human Health Fan Xiang, Liz Hanna, Elvina Viennet and Charmian Bennett have completed teaching the inaugural Environment, Climate...
3 June 2014
The cutting edge methods group has been reconstituted and has 17members. It is also part of a wider RSPH group, which has 4 members from APHCRI, 3 each from CMHR and CRAHW and one...
3 June 2014
Geoff Mercer Memorial Symposium: The IDEM group hosted a memorial symposium for Geoff on Friday the 30th of May.  This was attended by colleagues of Geoff’s from...
3 June 2014
Phyll and colleagues from the National Centre for Indigenous Studies spent a week in Cowra on the Justice Reinvestment Project interviewing young people and a wide range of...
7 May 2014
The Biostatistics Interest Group (BIG) held their inaugural seminar on Wednesday 16th April, which was very successful.  The topic of the seminar was an introduction to the...
7 May 2014
Conferences Ruth Kharis presented a paper at the 2014 Public Policy Network Graduate Conference 29 January: Ruth Kharis and Sharon Friel- A framework for researching the...
6 May 2014
Sharon Friel convened a public symposium on "Power, Money, and Resources: Addressing the drivers of health inequity" on April 2. The symposium also included a panel...
5 May 2014
Rosemary and Emily have been meeting with the Agency for Clinical Innovation about potential cardiovascular disease work. The team has been working on collaborative...
5 May 2014
The last few months have focused IH activities on two main tasks --finishing off the 8-year followup of the Thai cohort and finishing or starting PhDs.  The cohort follow-up...
5 May 2014
This month Ginny Sargent, Cathy Banwell and Lyndall Strazdins finished the data collection interviews for the study “What roles do time, money and social position play in...
28 April 2014
Dr Kamalini Lokuge has recently returned from Guniea where she has been working with Médecins Sans Frontières on the latest Ebloa outbreak. A trained epidemiologist, Kamalini is...
16 April 2014
Professor Geoff Mercer passed away suddenly on Saturday April 12, 2014 at the peak of his career. Geoff was treasured for his personal qualities, his attentiveness as a teacher...
1 April 2014
Grant applications have been submitted! These included applications on lower urinary tract symptoms and Aboriginal health to the NHMRC, and a Partnership Engagement EOI on...
1 April 2014
Cate D’Este co-presented a session on cluster randomised controlled trials at the Australasian Stroke Trials Network meeting in Melbourne, attended an investigator meeting...

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