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.


Vaping increasing among young Australians, as risks confirmed »

E-cigarette use among young Australians has increased “alarmingly” in recent years, as a major peer-reviewed study led by The Australian National University.

Poor sleep can impact brain health »

Poor sleep in middle age can have a negative impact on brain health, according to a new study.
Associate Professor Aparna Lal

Why gender equality is key in climate action »

This International Women’s Day Associate Professor Aparna Lal argues for equality today for a sustainable tomorrow.
Professor Lyndall Strazdins

Why men need to work like a woman »

It’s time to reimagine gender equality and help men “work like a woman”, Professor Lyndall Strazdins argues.

PhD Exit Seminar: Lessons learnt from an Intimate Partner Violence and substance misuse intervention in Sri Lankan pre-schools

This research provides evidence-based recommendations to increase and sustain community engagement in delivering programs that improve wellbeing for young

Thesis Proposal Review: Growing beyond trauma. Measuring and promoting Post Traumatic Growth and wellbeing in cohorts exposed to traumatic events

This PhD aims to develop a world-first scale to measure Post-Traumatic Growth (PTG) literacy and to use the scale to assess PTG literacy levels.

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.