Our research uses advanced methods in epidemiology, biostatistics, health humanities and social sciences, and our findings seek to significantly influence global public health policy. We share this research and contribute to the community using a range of knowledge transfer activities.
Our Research Themes
Melbourne School of Population and Global Health research is encompassed within several broad Research Themes. This multidisciplinary approach aims to increase the opportunities for researchers to collaborate on projects that span common themes.
An overview of the research Centres & Institutes within the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health and the project work being carried out by them.
Graduate Research Training
We are passionate about the training and mentoring of the next generation of scientists. A range of research degrees are offered at Master and Doctorate level.
Human Ethics Advisory Group
The Human Ethics Advisory Group (HEAG) conducts ethical and technical reviews of human ethics applications (and in some cases, provides approval) before they are submitted to the University of Melbourne's Health Sciences Human Ethics Sub-Committee (HESC).
Research in the Faculty
The Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences is Australia's largest biomedical research faculty. We employ more than 1500 academic staff, 4000 honorary staff and 1500 graduate researchers undertaking world class research across a wide range of health and social issues in a diverse range of research settings. Researchers are located at key sites across Victoria, with more conducting research around the world. These renowned experts from every field can be found in labs, hospitals, affiliated research institutes and all across the wider community.Information and support tools for Faculty staff are available on the Faculty intranet.
Research in the School
The Melbourne School of Population and Global Health has a wide-array of Research Projects which fall under our specialist School Research Themes.