Research

Congratulations to Dr Cathy Day and Dr Erin Walsh for receiving CAPHIA Early Career Teaching Award

Dr Cathy Day and Dr Erin Walsh were awarded the Early Career Excellence and Innovation in Public Health Teaching Award by the Council of Academic Public Heal

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Congratulations to Professor Emily Banks on receiving Women with Heart Award

Prof Emily Banks was awarded a Women with Heart award by the ACT Heart Foundation for her work in cardiovascular disease research, particula

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ANU releases final results of Mr Fluffy health study

ANU has released the fourth and final report of its 

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Congratulations to Professor Emily Banks on receiving Vice Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Supervision for 2017

“Emily received this award for the supportive and innovative team- and systems-based approach to supervision that she has developed.

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Congratulations to Associate Professor Brett Lidbury

Associate Professor Brett Lidbury (CMBE) has been admitted as a Fellow of the Faculty of Science of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia in recog

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ANU releases Mr Fluffy health survey results

The ANU has released the third report of its ACT Asbestos Health Study whic

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Invitation to contribute to the sixth edition of the Global Environment Outlook

Dr Kathryn Bowen has been invited to be a Lead Author for The Global Environment Outlook 6th report - GEO-6 which is the flagship publication for the United

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Professor Emily Banks and Dr Kamalini Lokuge represent ANU at the World Economic Forum, Switzerland

Professor Emily Banks and Dr Kamalini Lokuge represented ANU at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland alongside VC Brian Schmidt and Professor Carol

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Research Themes

Our research themes undertake investigation into health from a range of perspectives, drawing upon the diverse range of expertise within the centre.

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Research Programs

Our research programs are either cross-cutting platforms, such as biostatical methods for epidemiology and implementation science, or sit within a research theme. Each research program has a named leader and oversees a number of projects. Our researchers work across projects, programs and themes in dynamic groups that best harness the range of skills and interests across the breadth of disciplines.

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Projects

Our research projects cover a broad range of topics and use a variety of methods to improve the understanding and management of health-related issues.

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Other resources

Also see our publications and highlight stories.

Our research methods

One of our hallmarks is that our research employs a range of methodologies and epistemologies. Some of our methodological strengths are discipline-based, including:

  • epidemiology: randomised controlled trials, cohort studies and case-control studies
  • mathematics: quantitative disease modelling and statistical analysis of health studies
  • sociology and anthropology: qualitative research
  • implementation science: integrated research to inform policy and practice change
  • spatial epidemiology: to understand the geographic distribution of disease in relation to environmental factors

Two of our research programs, Biostatical Methods for Epidemiology and Implementation Sciences, are cross-cutting platforms that integrate and support all of NCEPH’s research.

Read more about the short courses in methodology that we run regularly.

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