2023 Sponsors and Exhibitors
We would like to recognise and thank the Sponsors and Exhibitors of the AEA Conference 2023.
Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne
The Melbourne School of Population and Global Health (MSPGH) is a respected leader in the field of public health education, research and knowledge exchange. MSPGH was established in 2001 as the first school of its kind in Australia with a vision to make a difference in the population and public health sphere - building on the substantial assets of our University to advance public health in communities nationally and internationally - with a strong focus on Indigenous peoples.
Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of Melbourne
The Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics is one of four Centres and an Institute that comprise the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health.
The Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics is at the forefront of a preventive health revolution. Big data, changing infectious diseases patterns and multi-disciplinary collaborations are transforming the ways public health disciplines are researched and taught. Our Centre aims to be a leader in this evolving environment.
Institute for Health Transformation, Deakin University
A: Deakin University, Burwood Campus
The Institute for Health Transformation (IHT) was established in 2018 to drive translational research in health systems that supports evidence-informed policy and practice leading to improved population health and health system sustainability. Lead researchers from IHT support the School of Health and Social Development’s teaching programs in public health, epidemiology, biostatistics and health economics, providing students with evidence-informed research, policy and practice. Among IHT’s many leading researchers, is Professor Catherine Bennett whose research into the COVID-19 pandemic is generating new knowledge, informing evidence-based decision making by governments in the design and delivery of care and prevention.
The School of Public Health, The University of Queensland
Affiliation Sponsor & Exhibitor
Survey Design and Analysis Services
Survey Design and Analysis Services - Delivering Stata in Australia, Indonesia and New Zealand.
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Support Assist Sponsor
The Doherty Institute
Finding solutions to prevent, treat and cure infectious diseases and understanding the complexities of microbes and the immune system requires innovative approaches and concentrated effort. This is why the University of Melbourne – a world leader in education, teaching and research excellence – and The Royal Melbourne Hospital – an internationally renowned institution providing outstanding care, research and learning – partnered to create the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity (Doherty Institute); a centre of excellence where leading scientists and clinicians collaborate to improve human health globally.
The Doherty Institute will be an inspiring, innovative, and enabling cross-disciplinary environment. We are dedicated to identifying and addressing fundamental challenges in all aspects of infection and immunity. Through our leadership, advocacy and education we will shape research, policy, and practice to improve health for communities both nationally and internationally.
Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC)
The Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) drives development of world-class national digital research infrastructure that provides Australian researchers competitive advantage through data and supports research impact.
The ARDC is Australia’s leading facility for research data infrastructure. We facilitate access to research data sets and tools from academia, industry and government for all Australian researchers.
To meet the needs of health and medical researchers, we’re co-designing a People Research Data Commons (People RDC) with partners in research, industry and government.
The People RDC builds on the ARDC’s experience creating national digital research infrastructure for health and medical researchers. Learn more about one of the projects, Linked Data Asset for Australian Health Research (LINDAHR), we have worked on for this domain: https://ardc.edu.au/project/linked-data-asset-australian-health-research/
Learn more and register your interest in the People RDC: https://bit.ly/ARDCPeopleRDC
Access resources for health and medical researchers: https://bit.ly/ARDC-people-resources
Australia Insitute of Health and Welfare (AIHW)
The AIHW is an independent statutory Australian Government agency producing authoritative and accessible information and statistics to inform and support better policy and service delivery decisions, leading to better health and wellbeing for all Australians.
We are focused on turning data into useful information and telling the broader story.
Generation Victoria (GenV) & Murdoch Children's Research Institute
Together, transforming the health and wellbeing of an entire generation
GenV is a research initiative designed to advance health and wellbeing in smarter and faster ways, designed to answer multiple questions such as preterm birth, mental illness, obesity, learning, allergies and more.
GenV’s primary objective is to create large, parallel whole-of-state birth and parent cohorts for discovery and interventional research.
It will enable researchers to explore the issues affecting Victoria’s children and their families with greater speed and precision than we can today, allowing them to explore the critical links between environmental exposures, genome (genetics), physical characteristics and later outcomes across the life course.
GenV will generate translatable evidence — including novel approaches to prediction, prevention, treatments, and services — to improve future wellbeing and reduce the future disease burden of all children and the adults they become.
Australian Institute of Family Studies
The Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) is a Melbourne-based Australian Government statutory agency. It was established in 1980 under the Family Law Act 1975. AIFS’ mission is to conduct high-quality, impartial research into the wellbeing of Australian families, to inform government policy and promote evidence-based practice in the family services sector. AIFS also manages a number of landmark longitudinal studies for the Australian Government, including Ten to Men: The Australian Longitudinal Study on Male Health.
UQ’s School of Public Health is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of populations in a changing and inequitable world. The School is ranked 2nd in Asia Pacific and 30th in the world for Public Health and our research impacts the world's most pressing population and public health challenges.