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Staff and Postgraduate Students

Doctoral Candidates

  • Danish Ahmad, Maternal and child health in India
  • Nerida Bellis, Prevention of cardiovascular disease through an integrated systems-based model within General Practice
  • Peipei Chai, Health System Performance Evaluation during Health Care Reform in China
  • Bonnie Field, Older adults, physical activity and the built environment
  • Sunil George, Universal health Coverage and access to health care services in the state of Kerala
  • Julie Grant, An exploratory study of patent information leaflets provided to consumers in Primary Care: Is written health information lost in translation?
  • Susan Hartono, Body status in migrant children
  • Gupreet Kaur, Applications of IT Science to smart, intellenegent communities
  • Thoai Man Luu,  Graphical models visualisation of complex health data. Jointly with CeRAPH- NICTA (Australia's Information Communications Technology Research Centre of Excellence)
  • Gregor Mews, The phenomena of play in cities
  • Michael Moore, Improving the effectiveness of advocacy in public health
  • Dominic Peel, Health and wellbeing of exiting and exited farmers
  • Robert Phan, Large-scale Machine Learning for improved health data and surveillance. Jointly with CeRAPH- NICTA (Australia's Information Communications Technology Research Centre of Excellence)
  • Nitten Rajliwall, IT framework for predictive analytics applied tp preventive health
  • Kunal Rajput, Applications of software engineering to preventive health
  • Elaheh Taghipour, Wound care and quality of life measures for patients and their carers
  • Tiemin Zhai, Healthcare Expenditure in China: Structure, components and future trends

Adjunct Professors

  • Professor Stephen Campbell, University of Manchester
  • Professor Colin Butler, University of Canberra
  • Professor Stephen Campbell, University of Manchester, United Kingdom
  • Associate Professor Cameron Gordon, Social Policy Simulation Center, City University of New York
  • Associate Professor John Goss, Centre for Research and Action in Public Health, University of Canberra
  • Professor Michael Moore, Chief Executive Officer, Public Health Association of Australia
  • Dr Jan Sansoni, Director of Australian Health Outcomes Collaboration, University of Wollongong

Visiting Fellows

  • Dr Nasser Bagheri, Spatial Epidemiologist, Australian National University
  • Dr Navjot Bhuller, School of Behavioural, Cognitive and Social Sciences, University of New England
  • Dr Clare Coleman, The University of Sydney 
  • Dr Soumya Mazumdar, Biostatistician, South Western Sydney Local Health District
  • Dr Raj Panda, Public Health,  Public Health Foundation of India
  • Dr Sarah Robinson, Active Living Coordinator, Heart Foundation ACT
  • Dr Kranti Vora, Public health, Public Health Foundation of India

Professional Associates

  • Ms Kristin Blume, Australian Capital Territory Government, Sustainable Environments
  • Ms Sarah Edwards, Australian Capital Territory Education and Training Directorate
  • Mr Xavier Goldie, Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network
  • Ms Gweneth Leigh, AILA (Australian Institute of Landscape Architects)
  • Mr Gregor Mews, Director, Urban Synergies Group