Annual Report 2003/2004 Menzies School of Health Research
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Menzies School of Health Research 2003 Annual Report | Population Health & Chronic Diseases Division | 13 he Population Health and Chronic Diseases Division undertake collaborative research involving a wide range of disciplines, including epidemiology, biostatistics, sociology, anthropology, biochemistry, nutrition and clinical medicine. There is a strong focus on Indigenous populations and health problems which impose a significant burden of disease. We are interested in better understanding the causal pathways to diseases such as diabetes, kidney and heart disease, including the impact of social disadvantage across the life course. Through developing an understanding of the scientific basis of these lifestyle-related chronic diseases, we seek to develop community-based interventions to improve health outcomes. Division Leader Assoc Prof Joan Cunningham (until April 2003) Prof Kerin ODea (from April 2003) population health & chronic diseases division T PH OT O C O U RT ES Y G AL IW IN K U H EA LT H Y LI FE ST YL E PR O JE CT , M SH R
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