Find out about the latest population health news, announcements and stories at ANU.
Dr Mahomed Patel was awarded a medal of the Order of Australia for services to medicine, particularly field epidemiology.
Assoc Prof Phil Batterham, with Dr Alison Calear and Dr Michelle Banfield will lead a study to develop monitoring systems to allow for the evaluation of The...
Dr Raymond Lovett from the ANU Research School of Population Health believes they do and is conducting research to better understand the connection.
Professor Hal Kending comments on health issues contained in Budget 2017/18.
Anita Williams (Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology) is now working for Médecins Sans Frontières.
Alison, Natasha and Sonia are researchers at the Centre for Mental Health Research and are supporting the mental health and wellbeing of young people!
Congratulations to Associate Professor Phil Batterham and Dr Alison Calear who were awarded funding from AFFIRM to develop more safe, acceptable and accurate...
Having mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is an unreliable indicator of driving skills and does not mean that the person is unfit to drive.
Dr Sarang Kim has just announced a new study on community dementia awareness.
We increasingly hear that what's good for the heart is good for the brain. Professor Kaarin Anstey describes evidence pointing to that.
Free online professional development training courses available for therapists and general health workers.
Congratulations to Dr Alison Calear who was awarded a Rotary Grant to evaluate the Silence is Deadly program.