Past events

10–11.30am 13 December 2013
Professor Tony Blakely’s research has included pioneering the development of methods to link census and health data (New Zealand Census-Mortality Study; CancerTrends). He...
10–11.30am 13 December 2013
Professor Tony Blakely’s research has included pioneering the development of methods to link census and health data (New Zealand Census-Mortality Study; CancerTrends). He...
1.30–2.30pm 6 December 2013
Jeffrey Lai is a part-time PhD candidate at NCEPH. He holds a Bachelor Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery (Hons) and a Bachelor of Philosophy (Hons) in statistics from the ANU. He...
12.30–1.30pm 5 December 2013
Professor Emily Banks is a medically trained epidemiologist with interest and expertise in large scale cohort studies, pharmacoepidemiology, women’s health, and healthy...
12.30–1.30pm 3 December 2013
Shehrin Shaila Mahmood is a PhD candidate at the Australia Centre for Economic Research on Health (ACERH) of ANU. She has been awarded an Australia Leadership Award (ALA)...
12.30–1.30pm 28 November 2013
Sarah Akikusa will speak about the research office, tools and resources, and introduce examples of some non-traditional sources of funding Amy Holland will then introduce...
12.30–1.30pm 25 November 2013
Dr Stefan Reis is the group leader of Nitrogen & Integrated Assessment at the NERC Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH). His work focuses on the integrated modelling and...
5–6pm 19 November 2013
Professor Dame Valerie Beral will present an overview of the epidemiology of breast cancer and its causes, providing insights into its...
12.30–1.30pm 14 November 2013
Dintle Molosiwa is a PhD candidate at NCEPH. She holds a master degree in Health Administration, Master of Arts in International Studies and a graduate certificate in Health...
12.30–1.30pm 7 November 2013
I am a PhD candidate for public health in Japan and came to NECEPH (ANU) to involve in research with the Thai Cohort Study, International Population Health group. Global health...
9.30am–12.30pm 5 November 2013
Students from across the Research School of Population Health will present 10-15 minute talks on their PhD research, followed by 5 minutes of question time. Light refreshments...
9.15am–4pm 1 November 2013
Workshop for RSPH Early Career Researchers This workshop has two complementary sessions. In the morning, experienced grant/fellowship recipients and assessors will speak about...
12.30–1.30pm 31 October 2013
Towards an ethical analysis of health sector reform: why it matters among the indigenous communities in the Philippines – Klein Fernandez Klein Fernandez is presently a...
12.30–1.30pm 22 October 2013
Dr Charmian Bennett is a Research Fellow at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health. Her background is in Geography and Environmental Science, with a PhD in...
12.30–1.30pm 17 October 2013
Speakers: Dr Kamalini Lokuge is an ANU Fellow who additionally works as a doctor and medical epidemiologist for international health organisations including Médecins Sans...
12.30–1.30pm 10 October 2013
Does Birth Weight Predict BMI in the Longitudinal Study of Indigenous Children – Katie Thurber Indigenous Australians face a disproportionate burden of obesity and chronic...
2–3pm 9 October 2013
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12.30–1.30pm 3 October 2013
The Speaker Ghada Gleeson is completing her PhD candidature at ACERH (ANU). She has been awarded an Australian Postgraduate Award (APAI) under an ARC Linkage Project grant won by...
9am–5.15pm 2 October 2013
The Indigenous Health Interest Group is holding it's second showcase in October 2013: Commitment to Indigenous Health: Local and National Contributions to Meeting the...
12.30–1.30pm 26 September 2013
Mapping vs Landscape Typologies – Charmian Bennett, Research Fellow, NCEPH The development of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) provided an important new method for...

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