The Cancer Epidemiology Division (CED) runs a number of major research programs, including:
A longitudinal study investigating the role that our genes, lifestyle and environment play in the development of cancer and other non-communicable diseases.
A longitudinal study of diet, health, lifestyle and genetics and the risk of cancer and other non-communicable diseases.
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 Rare or Under-Researched Cancers Program (RESoURCES)
A Cancer Council Victoria program bringing together several studies that aim to investigate less-common cancer types. It includes the following studies:
View all the CED peer-reviewed publications by year.