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.

Professor Emily Banks

Increased vaping and smoking among young Australians a clear danger »

New survey data released today by Cancer Council Victoria shows worrying increases in vaping and smoking among young Australians.

Study to explore cancer from a First Nations perspective »

A new national study has launched to give Australians a better understanding of how First Nations people view and experience cancer.

Health messaging and migrant Australians: barriers and opportunities during COVID-19 and beyond »

Health messaging during the pandemic highlighted the need for better communication for culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
ANU researcher Sarah Bourke

Sovereignty and strength: why Indigenous knowledge is key to better health »

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders have had their knowledge on how to thrive ignored. Sarah Bourke is using data sovereignty to change that.

World Environment Day: Analysing Commercial Milk Formula’s Footprints

Calculating the carbon and water footprints of countries’ different infant feeding practices with the Green Feeding Tool.

Thesis Proposal Review: The epidemiology of Tuberculosis in Australia and integrating whole genome sequencing for surveillance

The focus of this PhD project is the epidemiology of TB in Australia and integrating WGS for public health surveillance.

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.