Easing the burden of diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease, and their related conditions, through innovative research collaborations, research partnerships and teaching.
We’re finding solutions that will inform and reform the health of the world. The causes and consequences of these diseases are more complicated than biology alone. That’s why we’re bringing together scholars from a range of disciplines to explore the interconnectedness of our environment, food and health.
From early-career researchers to senior academics who are fellows of some of Australia’s most prestigious academies and international leaders, we bring together the best minds to solve some of society's biggest health problems.
Diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease are amongst the greatest health challenges we face this century. Our Centre is working together to tackle these diseases through medical research and community education.
An analysis of drug company-funded events in Australia has raised concerns about commercial influence. Researchers created a searchable database providing valuable transparency following changes to disclosure requirements.
Qantas and the University of Sydney's Charles Perkins Centre have announced a world first air travel health and wellbeing partnership to reshape customers' experience of long haul flights.
The University’s Charles Perkins Centre has released a new free MOOC (massive open online course), revealing the fascinating way our bodies work and how chronic diseases can be tackled.