Associate Professor Michael Dibley
A27 - Edward Ford Building
Current national competitive grants*
A community-based cluster randomized controlled trial in rural Bangladesh to evaluate the impact of the use of iron/folic acid supplements early in pregnancy on the risk of neonatal mortalityBACKGROUND An effective program of antenatal iron/folic ac
Dibley M, Arifeen S, Agho K, Khan J, Rasheed S, Biggs B, Jeffery H, Huda T
NHMRC Project Grants ($2,458,840 over 4 years)
Facilitating livelihood adaptation to hydrological change and natural resource pressures in Lao PDR
Hirsch P, Dibley M, Lagerqvist Y, Scurrah N
Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research Research and Development Programs ($757,405 over 3 years)
An Investigation of Ethnicity, Socio-Economic Status and Social Networks as Drivers of Childhood Obesity and Body Image Among Children and Adolescents
O'Dea J, Dibley M, Hossain L
Australian Research Council Discovery Project ($451,000 over 2 years)
Peer counseling to improve feeding practices and reduce malnutrition in children 0-2 years in Bangladesh.
Dibley M, Kabir I, Mihrshahi S, Agho K, Roy S
NHMRC Project Grant ($912,488 over 4 years)
* Grants administered through the University of Sydney
India. (Indira Gandhi Governement Medical College, Nagpur) Partner in South Asia Infant Feeding Research Network.
Bangladesh. (International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh) Partener in the South Asia Infant Feeding Research Network.
Sri Lanka. (University of Colombo) Partner in South Asia Infant Feeding Research Network.