School of Population Health

Tackling the world's population health challenges through research, education and collaboration.

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Ed Gregg

"In the School we collaborate with a diverse group of global partners in using new and more diverse forms of data, research designs, analytics and technology, to develop multifaceted solutions to positively impact population health."

Edward W. Gregg, Professor and Head of School of Population Health Read more


Our researchers are recognised internationally for the calibre of their work, with special areas of strength in chronic disease, health inequalities, complex interventions, epidemiology, health outcomes analytics, biostatistics and data science, and global surgery.

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Eithne Sexton School of Population Health

About us

The goal of the School of Population Health is to develop a thriving, internationally-recognised school of population health sciences with comprehensive, multi-disciplinary programmes in research, educational programmes, synergistic collaborations, and engagement and policy outreach that optimises the impact of population health science.

Teaching and education

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The School of Population Health is home to SPHeRE, the national, inter-institutional, structured doctoral programme in population and health services research. Our faculty deliver population health education to Undergraduate and Postgraduate students across the University.

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Our people

Jan Sorensen, Debbi McNamara and Ed Gregg at the 2022 HORC Conference

Our faculty and researchers are leaders in their field, with a wealth of knowledge and expertise in population health. The multidisciplinary nature of the team supports the development of multifaceted solutions necessary to address the complex nature of population health challenges.

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