School of Population Health

Non-Communicable Disease Research Overview

The Non-Communicable Disease Research Stream consists of an active cluster of researchers within the School of Population Health. With a wide array of expertise, the Stream Members have an inclusive approach promoting collaboration between researchers in order to deliver real-world solutions and impact on improving population health.  

Expertise varies from birth and pregnancy outcomes, child and adolescent health, ageing, diet and nutrition, smoking, alcohol, physical activity, obesity, mental health and psychosocial factors, social determinants of health, health inequalities, air pollution, environmental health, green space, urban health, migrant populations, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, eHealth, mHealth, big data analytics and cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease, cancer and diabetes.