June news about Environment Climate and Health

Wednesday 5 July 2017

Papers accepted/published:

Bowen, K.J., Cradock-Henry, N., Koch, F., Patterson, J., Häyhä, T., Vogt, J., & Barbi, F. (2017).

Key challenges to implementing the Sustainable Development Goals: Collective action, trade-offs, and accountability. Special Issue: Implications of the transformative turn in environmental sustainability. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. 26-27:90-96


Trend S, Jones AP, Geldenhuys S, Byrne SN, Fabis-Pedrini MJ, Nolan D, Booth DR, Carroll WM, Lucas RM, Kermode AG, Hart PH. Evolving identification of blood cells associated with Clinically Isolated Syndrome: importance of time since clinical presentation and diagnostic MRI International Journal of Molecular Sciences (accepted 12 Jun 2017)


Dunlop E, Cunningham J, Sherriff JL, Lucas RM, Greenfield H, Arcot J, Strobel N, Black LJ. Vitamin D3 and 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 content of retail white fish and eggs in Australia. Nutrients (accepted 19 June 2017)


Zhou Y, Graves JS, Simpson S, Charlesworth JC, van der Mei I, Waubant E, Barcellos LF, Belman A, Krupp L, Lucas RM, Ponsonby A-L, Ausimmmune and AusLong investigators group, Taylor1BV.Genetic variation in the gene LRP2 increases relapse risk in multiple sclerosis J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatr (accepted 22 June 2017)



Robyn Lucas presented the opening keynote presentation at the Sun Protection conference in London, June 6-7.


Kathryn Bowen gave an invited lecture to the federal public sector at ANU - climate change and human health. Participants were from DFAT, DoEE, DoD.


Kathryn was also an invited panel member at the Research for Development Impact Summit (Uni of Syd) where she spoke on climate change and human health


Aparna Lal was invited by the Centre for Higher Education, Learning and Teaching to share her teaching philosophy through an ANU-wide seminar for academics considering an application to the Higher Education Academy’s Educational Fellowship Scheme.


Ongoing research


Aparna Lal was interviewed by Greenpeace to talk about the public health implications of dairy farming intensification in New Zealand

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