Committed to research excellence and recognised on the world stage, studies in population health at the University of South Australia open the door to a successful career in public health and offer significant opportunities to pursue a dynamic research career.
Professor Robyn McDermott & Professor Kerin O'DeaDiscovering how different social, behavioural and system-level factors influence health and identifying innovative ways to prevent illness and optimise wellbeing.
Professor David RoderProducing and translating research evidence to improve cancer patient outcomes and to inform on how best to deliver care from cancer-related health services.
Professor Kerin O' DeaUnderstanding the outcomes of Indigenous Health to minimise their adverse impacts and improve health overall.
Professor Robyn McDermottInvestigating community and health service based strategies to prevent the onset of chronic diseases in healthy adults and children.
Professor Mark DanielResearching interventions which support changing community environments to enable people, individually and collectively, to optimise their potential and quality of life.
Professor Leonie SegalExploring how to effectively allocate resources to improve the health and wellbeing of the community.
Professor Elina HyppönenUtilising tools from observational and genetic epidemiology to investigate the role of nutrition in public health, with a strong focus on method development.