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Nathan Grills

Royal Australian College of Physicians, University of Melbourne School of Population Health, Burnet Institute, Box Hill Hospital, University of Melbourne
Media Articles: 4 / 5
Government Grants: 8 / 22
Academic Publications: 22 / 68

Nathan Grills is a Public Health Physician and Associate Professor with the Nossal Institute for Global health at the University of Melbourne. He works largely on India-based projects related to disability, non-communicable diseases, health systems and and health training. In particular, he is working with the Public Health Foundation of India to address tobacco usage. Prior to this he worked...

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Lennert Veerman

Griffith University
Media Articles: 9 / 9
Government Grants: 10 / 17
Academic Publications: 27 / 117

Public health physician specialised in the mathematical modelling of the effects and cost-effectiveness of preventive interventions.

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Craig Fry

Monash University, Victoria University
Media Articles: 21 / 38
Academic Publications: 16 / 60

Associate Professor Craig Fry specialises in drugs in society, health and social policy, cycling history and culture. Craig has training in psychology, public health and applied ethics, and has worked in a variety of settings including community, health services, university, prison, policy and research institutes. He has received over A$4.5m of research funding since 1999, and published more...

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Ross MacKenzie

Macquarie University
Media Articles: 15 / 15
Government Grants: 3 / 6
Academic Publications: 21 / 81

Dr Ross MacKenzie is a Sydney-based researcher with the Global Tobacco Control Research Programme at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada, and an Honorary Lecturer at Macquarie University. Research areas include operations of the global tobacco industry; e-cigarettes and vaping; global health governance; tobacco control; the medicalisation of smoking cessation; environmental impacts of...

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Kate Crowley

University of Tasmania
Media Articles: 4 / 4
Government Grants: 3 / 8
Academic Publications: 32 / 166

Associate Professor Kate Crowley teaches and researches around the themes of environmental policy, public policy, green politics and minority government. She has previously worked as a secondary school teacher, a policy officer, an industrial relations consultant and a cross-country ski instructor. She is widely published in public policy and political science journals, and has edited...

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Sharon Friel

Australian National University
Media Articles: 7 / 7
Government Grants: 7 / 7
Academic Publications: 135 / 225

Sharon Friel is Professor of Health Equity and Director of the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet), Australian National University. She is also the Director of the Menzies Centre for Health Policy ANU. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences of Australia. Between 2005 and 2008 she was the Head of the Scientific Secretariat (University College London) of the World...

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Thomas Faunce

Australian National University
Media Articles: 13 / 16
Government Grants: 4 / 14
Academic Publications: 37 / 149

Professor Tom Faunce (BA/LLB(hons) BMed PhD) is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow studying nanotechnology and public health. He holds joint professorial positions in the College of Law and College of Medicine, Biology and the Environment at the Australian National University. He was a judges associate to Justice Lionel Murphy of the High Court of Australia, has worked as a solicitor...

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Jane Hall

University of Technology Sydney
Media Articles: 13 / 13
Academic Publications: 40 / 112

Jane Hall is Professor of Health Economics in the Faculty of Business at the University of Technology Sydney; and the founding Director of the Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation, a position she has held for twenty years. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia. She was President of the International Health Economics Association in 2006-7, and was...

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Stephen Leeder

University of Sydney
Media Articles: 19 / 19
Government Grants: 10 / 15

Stephen Leeder is an emeritus professor of public health and community medicine at the University of Sydney and chair of the Western Sydney Local Health District Board. He has a long history of involvement in public health research, educational development and policy. In recent years, Professor Leeder has directed the development of the Menzies Centre for Health Policy, a collaborative centre...

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Clare Bambra

Newcastle University
Media Articles: 7 / 8
Government Grants: 9 / 11
Academic Publications: 144 / 203

Clare Bambra is Professor of Public Health. Her research examines health inequalities; the political, social, economic and environmental determinants of health; and how public policies and interventions can reduce health inequalities. She is also the Associate Director and Health Inequalities lead for Fuse: Centre for Translational Research in Public Health and an Executive member of the NIHR...

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