Academic Unit Melbourne School of Population and Global Health (2001 - )


Since our inception in 2001 we've grown to be a leader in teaching and learning in not only traditional public health sciences, but an exciting range of inter-disciplinary areas such as social sciences, ethics and medical humanities, and molecular and genetic epidemiology. We provide public health training of the highest quality to practitioners at all levels, backgrounds, ages and career stages through a range of research-led, practically inspired programs based in fundamental principles.

This commitment to public health extends well beyond the classroom. We seek to advance discovery by fostering research that aims to improve the health and wellbeing of the population in areas including urban and rural health, indigenous and international health, the links between genomics and public health, and social sciences and humanities and health.

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