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This is an invitation from the College of Medicine, Biology and Environment (CMBE) to a seminar/workshop aimed at Early Career Academics.
Mary Luszcz is Emerita Professor, in the School of Psychology, and Associate Director of the Flinders Centre for Ageing Studies, at Flinders University.
Soil-transmitted helminth (STH) infections represent a significant global health issue, with over 1.5 billion people infected worldwide.
Researchers are currently investigating the causes of dementia and prevention and risk reduction methods.
Dr Andrew Kingston uses the Newcastle 85+ Study to explore the impact of disease on incident disability.
Using character rating experiments we found that current welfare recipients are dehumanized, but former recipients are viewed as if they never received welfare.
Professor Laurie Brown presents work undertaken by NATSEM through its participation in the DCRC-EDP initiative in estimating future numbers of people with dementia.
Tehzeeb Zulfiqar presents on epidemiological tools to inform malaria control.
Professor Jane Pirkis, Director of the Centre for Mental Health in the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, speaks about interventions to reduce suicide at suicide hotspots.
Suzy Campbell, PhD Candidate in Global Health Division, presents a baseline analyses of soil-transmitted helminths in Timor-Leste
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