Featured projects

Gut microbiome


Led by Associate Professor Andrew Holmes from the School of Molecular Bioscience, the primary aim of this project node is to determine the nature and extent of the influence of these gut microorganisms on the overall functioning of the human body.

Health literacy



Led by Associate Professor Kirsten McCaffery from the School of Public Health, the primary aim of this project node is to inform policy decisions through rigorous testing of potential solutions for improving health literacy.

Positive computing in health systems


Led by Associate Professor Rafael Calvo from the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies, the primary aim of this project node is to explore how design strategies and technology affect user behaviour and health, and develop more sophisticated technologies and strategies to promote better health outcomes.