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Wimalin will describe key findings of her research on the history of Thai food labelling from the 1910s until present.
Join us for morning tea and meet the presenters.
NCEPH PhD candidate Tehzeeb Zulfiqar talks about local and global climatic factors favourable to sustained dengue transmission in Bangladesh.
Natasha Ginnivan, talks about self-perceptions of ageing from a cross-cultural perspective.
Dr Caroline Kabiru presents Adolescent health and wellbeing in Africa: What do we know and what next? Reflections from a Kenyan perspective.
The NHMRC National Institute for Dementia Research (NNIDR) invites you to ‘Save the Date’ for the inaugural NNIDR symposium in Brisbane – Australian Dementia Forum 2016.
Dr Richard Burns speaks about the futility of between-nation wellbeing comparisons.
Lisa is a PhD student and a Research Fellow from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her main research focus is on social policy.
Dr Matthew Prina presents on ageing, mental health and care across cultures: an overview of the 10/66 Dementia Research Group
Associate Professor David Harley presents on how climate interacts with host characteristics at individual and population levels, pathogen biology, and other facets of the biotic and abiotic environment.
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