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Ms April Thompson's 3+1Q presentation about TikTok's alorithm and anti-faccine content has been chosen to repsent ANU at the MDANZ Resarch Educator...
Medical student, Margaret Palazzo has won the Australian Association of Bioethics and Health Law's (AABHL) Max Charlesworth prize.
Researchers from psychology and medicine spent time at the ANU Classics Museum to consider health and the human experience through art and history.
When she's not working with the Social Foundations of Medicine team, you'll find Caitlin singing, dancing, bushwalking or cooking.
Medicine and psychology researchers from the Australian National University (ANU) brought their expertise to the Pacific Region Indigenous Doctors Congress (...
Nicole Vargas is a Lecturer in Exercise Physiology and post-doctoral researcher focused on extreme heat and its impact on the body.
The Dangerous Consumptions Colloquium brings together researchers from around Australia and New Zealand to discuss ‘dangerous’ and contested consumption.
"The need for quality evidence on illicit drugs content is a significant public health priority."
A formidable protective agent that's been documented in medical journals for close to two centuries could be key to defending against airborne bacteria...
Dr Danish Ahmad is a Lecturer in Population Health and Social Sciences for the MChD program.
Dr Peter Tait, Clinical Senior Lecturer who teaches and supervises students in the PEPP course, has led the following research outputs.
Early career doctors, up to 5-years into their medical practice, are invited to participate in an anonymous story completion study.