Coming together as the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health

(Renaming of the Research School of Population Health)

Our purpose: To improve and protect population health and health equity for all through partnerships, research, education and implementation.

Painting titled 'The Australian dilemma, praying for Lismore' by Rick Cochrane, 2021

Building resilience to floods requires transformative action to tackle climate change »

Health practitioners have the opportunity to contribute their expertise to help reduce the health consequences of climate disasters.
Image: Dr Simon Quilty

Indigenous communities facing housing crisis »

Very poor quality housing poses a serious health risk to Australia's remote Indigenous communities, particularly in the extreme hot weather of the NT.
Rethinking ME/CFS diagnosis, with Brett Lidbury

No sleeping on the job: new ME/CFS diagnosis discovery »

New way to assist the diagnosis of ME/CFS using patterns in pathology results.

Mums’ mental health most impacted by lockdown »

New research confirms mental health of women, coupled women with dependent children, and those living in apartments were impacted most by lockdown.

PhD Exit Seminar: Epidemiology of dengue in Bhutan

My research aimed to describe the epidemiological characteristics and investigate the vulnerability to dengue in Bhutan.

Thesis Proposal Review: Knowledge Translation in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research Contexts

This PhD will benefit researchers by demonstrating ways of appropriately translating research findings to end-users.

Acknowledgement of Country

The ANU Research School of Population Health is privileged to live on the traditional lands of the Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples. This country, home to our campus, is something to honour and we thank, respect and acknowledge the custodianship of Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples and their ancestors past, present and emerging.