The Centre for Mental Health Research (CMHR) aims to improve the mental health of Australians through research, education, and policy development. The centre conducts research which focuses primarily on mental health, including depression, anxiety disorders, substance abuse and bipolar disorder.
The Centre for Research on Ageing, Health & Wellbeing conducts high quality, innovative research to develop strategies to optimise wellness over the lifecourse. The focus of the centre's research is concerned with physical, mental and cognitive wellbeing, and the social and interpersonal context of population health.
The Department of Global Health aims to improve the health and wellbeing of populations at the global scale. Our research, with a focus on the Asia Pacific region, investigates the transmission, distribution and control of infectious diseases; and looks at understanding how modernising and globalising lifestyles impact on both physical and mental health.
The Department of Health Services Research & Policy (HSR&P) aims to improve the provision, management, planning and financing of health services and to provide evidence to assist health management decision-making. HSR&P is a multidisciplinary scientific field that builds on methodology from healthcare and medicine, sociology, psychology, economics, management and political sciences.
The National Centre for Epidemiology & Population Health aims to improve the population's health through discovery, training, and the development of health policy. NCEPH runs Australia’s field epidemiology training scheme, the MAE program.