Dr Amy Dawel and Dr Annabel Dulhunty named as 2023 recipients.
The ACT Consumer and Carer Mental Health Research Unit celebrates 10 years of inclusive research
Interactive experiences developed by the PHXchange and colleagues to explore novel, effective ways to communicate about population health research and practice.
Using maths to help Australia’s biosecurity: Professor Katie Glass and team’s ARC Linkage grant success »
$850,000 ARC Linkage grant success in collaboration with the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry.
Health messaging during the pandemic highlighted the need for better communication for culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
Impacts of COVID-19 on mental health in Bhutan: a way forward for action
This International Women’s Day Associate Professor Aparna Lal argues for equality today for a sustainable tomorrow.
It’s time to reimagine gender equality and help men “work like a woman”, Professor Lyndall Strazdins argues.
Antoinette White: inaugural recipient of the Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services scholarship. »
Meet Antoinette White, the inaugural recipient of the Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services, Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology scholarship.
Sai Campbell, advocate for tertiary education accessibility, awarded prestigious Rhodes Scholarship to study epidemiology at Oxford University.
Meet Ayesha Alhassan – recent Master of Public Health (MPH) graduate.
Celebrating Dr Zoe Leviston as the Inaugural recipient of the prestigious McMichael Award.