Aarushi Dhingra is a HDR student enrolled in the School of Economics at the University of Queensland. Aarushi has a Masters in Applied Econometrics from the University of Queensland and a Bachelor (Hons.) in Economics and Management from the University of St Andrews, Scotland. Her main research area is in resource use and women’s health. Aarushi will conduct her research in the program on ‘Health Economics: Econometric Modelling and Resources Use Implications of NCDs for Women’, and will be supervised by Professor Brenda Gannon, Professor Gita Mishra and Professor Luke Connelly.
Chen is a HDR student enrolled in the School of Medicine at the University of Queensland. Chen has a master’s degree in Epidemiology and health statistics, and a bachelor’s degree in Public Health from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China. Her main research area is in the association of established and emerging risk factors in women’s reproductive stage with non-communicable disease (NCDs) incidence. She will be supervised by Professor Gita Mishra and Professor Annette Dobson.
NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence on Women and Non-communicable Diseases: Prevention and Detection
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The University of Queensland,
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