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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: 5 / 5
Government Grants: 12 / 22
Academic Publications: 31 / 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: 15 / 17
Academic Publications: 74 / 117

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

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Jane Hall

University of Technology Sydney
Media Articles: 13 / 13
Academic Publications: 62 / 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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Sandra Jones

Australian Catholic University
Media Articles: 11 / 11
Government Grants: 16 / 25
Academic Publications: 82 / 179

Professor Sandra Jones is the Pro Vice-Chancellor, Engagement at the Australian Catholic University. Her role provides leadership, advice and support for ACU's community engagement strategy, including strategic frameworks that implement the new measurement of research engagement and impact. Prior to her current appointment Sandra was the Director of ACU's Centre for Health and Social Research...

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Clare Bambra

Newcastle University
Media Articles: 8 / 8
Government Grants: 9 / 11
Academic Publications: 178 / 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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Glenn Salkeld

University of Wollongong
Media Articles: 4 / 4
Government Grants: 14 / 16

Glenn Salkeld is the Executive Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Wollongong. He is a health economist with more than 30 years as an academic, specialising in the application of multi-criteria decision analysis to help people make high quality health decisions. He also has a long standing interest in the economics of prevention, pharmaceuticals and surgery.

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Ross MacKenzie

Macquarie University
Media Articles: 15 / 15
Government Grants: 4 / 6
Academic Publications: 41 / 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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Dr Alex Collie

Monash University
Media Articles: 7 / 7
Government Grants: 9 / 9
Academic Publications: 68 / 147
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Alex Collie is Chief Executive Officer of the Institute for Safety, Compensation and Recovery Research (ISCRR). The ISCRR is a joint initiative of the Worksafe Victoria, the Transport Accident Commission and Monash University. Alex is also Adjunct Professor (Research) in the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at Monash University.

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Craig Fry

Monash University, Victoria University
Media Articles: 38 / 38
Academic Publications: 35 / 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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Annette Braunack-Mayer

University of Adelaide
Media Articles: 1 / 1
Government Grants: 13 / 14
Academic Publications: 48 / 88

Annette Braunack-Mayer is Professor of Health Ethics in the School of Public Health at the University of Adelaide. She has also held short appointments as a Visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for Ethics in Medicine at the University of Bristol in the UK and in the Department of Ethics, Philosophy and History of Medicine at Radboud University in the Netherlands.

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