Public and Population Health
The theme of Public and Population Health underpins research into chronic disease, the impact of environmental pollution on health, workplace hazards, the economic determinants of health and how technology can support decision making around nutrition and physical activity.
Epidemiology and biostatistics
Our research covers biostatistics, the risk factors for chronic diseases, nutrition and health outcomes, the impact of exposure to workplace hazards and risk factors for adverse outcomes in pregnancy and early life.
Healthy lifestyle interventions
Our research focuses on the use of use of digital technology and mobile health to support health decisions and diet and physical activity interventions.
Clinical cardiovascular research
Our research focuses on improving cardiovascular outcomes in the Australian population.
Our research focuses on the identification and impact of variation in population and clinical practice, the cost-effectiveness of health care interventions, and evaluating the development and implementation of models of care.
Environmental health and safety
Our research focuses on environmental quality, exposure science and toxicology, safety science and technology and the impacts of climate change.