Emma Miller is an epidemiologist with particular expertise in hepatitis C. She has previous experience in the surveillance of hepatitis C (and other communicable diseases) and a history of research in this area. In recent years she has added another stream of research interest in alcohol and its links with cancer and has developed strong skills in developing online surveys. In various government and academic roles, she has worked extensively with priority populations primarily affected by substance use issues, including prisoners in the South Australian correctional system. She has held academic posts at Deakin University and La Trobe University (in Melbourne) and at the University of Adelaide.The primary focus of her teaching has been in research methods and epidemiology at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Course Coordinator: Graduate Diploma in Research Methods (College of Medicine and Public Health)
Topic Coordinator: PHCA9522 Introduction to Epidemiological Research Methods; PHCA9520/PHCA953511 Epidemiology in Practice
Supervision: HDR; Honours: MPH disseration
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