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.

Associate Professor Lisa Whop and Professor Emily Banks.

ANU researchers honoured with major public health awards »

Professor Emily Banks and Associate Professor Lisa Whop honoured by the Public Health Association of Australia with prestigious awards.

McMichael Award supports researchers tackling impacts of climate change »

Dr Amy Dawel and Dr Annabel Dulhunty named as 2023 recipients.

Heart health back in the spotlight: New guidelines for cardiovascular disease risk assessment  »

Supporting heart health and wellbeing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities needs person-centred and holistic approaches to care.

Investigating a COVID-19 cluster: my field experience at a public health unit »

Second-year Master of Philosophy (Applied Epidemiology) Scholar  Ashish Shrestha embarked on a field epidemiology training placement in Queensland.

Indigenous Data Sovereignty: A Compliant Framework for the Australian Public Service

A PhD Thesis Proposal Review (TPR) on removing barriers that inhibit Indigenous Data Sovereignty.

Involving family carers in research and creating change with Recovery Colleges

A Guest Speaker Seminar on enabling supporters of those with mental health to share their own stories through involvement in research and Recovery Colleges.

Acknowledgement of Country

The National Centre for Epidemiology and 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.