The Cancer Epidemiology Centre operates a number of major research programs which include the:
A longitudinal study of diet, health, lifestyle and genetics and the risk of cancer and other chronic diseases.
A number of studies exploring gene-environment interactions and the risk of prostate cancer.
Develops dietary assessment methods for epidemiological studies and provides a dietary assessment service to researchers.
The study of 'Rare and Emerging Subtypes or Under Researched Cancers – Epidemiological Studies' including:
The Forgotten Cancers Project
an online study investigating rare or under-researched cancers.
CONFIRM Kidney Cancer Project
two family studies that investigate the aetiology of renal malignancies.
Epidemiology of Multiple Myeloma in Australia (EMMA)
a family study to investigate risk factors for multiple myeloma.
Lymphoma, Lifestyle, Environment & Family Study (LEAF)
a family study to investigate risk factors for follicular lymphoma.