Making a difference to the world's health
We are one of the Asia-Pacific region's leading Schools for research and teaching in public and population health.
Our staff research some of the world's most critical and emerging public health issues, often in strategic partnership with organisations such as WHO and Australian Aid. We are preparing the next generation of public health leaders for Australia and the world through our innovative and exciting programs in international public health, clinical epidemiology, addiction studies, Indigenous health, health economics and biostatistics. Learn more ›
Are you interested in health on a global scale? Do you want to learn about the transfer of diseases from animals to humans (zoonoses)? Enrol in our 5-day, specialised winter courses. Read more
PhD scholarships available
Several PhD and MPhil opportunities including PhD scholarships are available for research projects in the fields of women's health, mental health, alcohol and tobacco use.
UQ Summer Research Program
Research projects are available for 6-10 weeks over the summer vacation period (mid-November to mid-February). Applications close at 4pm (AEST) on 31 August. Read more
RHD milestone presentations
Access the RHD milestone presentation schedule.
Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition
You are invited to attend the School of Public Health final of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition to be held on Thursday 23 July at 11:00 am. Read more
Our partners and projects
Collaborations with high-profile partners in academia, industry, and government enhance our teaching and research. We also host several large development projects funded by our partners including APMEN, The IC, and AICEM. We are the only Australian School of Public Health that is a member of the tropEd network.
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Taking on global issues in public health