Programs

Environmental Epidemiology

Current research focuses on the risks and benefits to human health of sun exposure. To quantify these risks we seek to define better measurements of exposure and use...

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Climate Change and Health

A primary focus for the research program is climate change and epidemiology of infectious diseases. Consequently, work by the research program overlaps with other...

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Spatial epidemiology

Current research focuses on spatial modelling to link environmental exposures with disease. The research program has a specific interest in modelling how environmental...

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Humanitarian Research Program

Evidence and partnerships for best practice in humanitarian action Vision Our vision is to bring the best and brightest together to work on the most important problems...

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have an increased risk of chronic illness compared to non-Indigenous Australians. Lowering the burden of chronic disease...

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Applied Epidemiology

The applied epidemiology program runs the Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology (MAE) program, which is the Australian Field Epidemiology Training Program. The...

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Foodborne Diseases

We identify risk factors, sources, and the burden of disease due to foodborne pathogens to safeguard our food supply and improve disease surveillance.

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Infectious Disease Modelling

Mathematical models are used to provide insights into infectious disease trends, quantify likely benefits of public health interventions, and support risk assessment...

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Variation in Health and Health Care

Variation in health and healthcare according to socioeconomic, geographical, ethnic and certain other factors is generally considered unacceptable and is increasingly...

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Chronic Disease Epidemiology and Pharmacoepidemiology

Many of the greatest population health problems are in chronic disease and include large contributions from a lack of prioritisation and appropriate implementation...

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