School of Population Health

Making a difference to the world's health

The School of Population Health (SPH) is one of the Asia-Pacific region's leading Centres for research and teaching in public and population health.

SPH staff research some of the world's most critical and emerging public health issues, often in strategic partnership with organizations such as WHO and AusAID. SPH is also preparing the next generation of public health leaders for Australia and the world through its innovative and exciting programs in international public health, clinical epidemiology, addiction studies, Indigenous health, health economics and biostatistics. Learn more ›

PhD scholarships available now

Several scholarship opportunities are on offer to research topics in the fields of women's health and mental health.

Research Higher Degrees milestone presentations

Access the RHD milestone presentation schedule.

SPH 2014 RHD Conference - Wed 5 November

All SPH students and staff are encouraged to attend this conference and see the fantastic research that SPH RHD and Masters Dissertation students are doing. Registration is free and the event will be catered. RHD and Masters Dissertation students are invited to submit abstracts for the conference.

Our partners and projects

Collaborations with high-profile partners in academia, industry, and government enhance our teaching and research. The School also hosts several large development projects funded by our partners including APMEN, The IC, and AICEM.

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Research Higher Degrees

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Our research

Taking on global issues in public health