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 study of rare and emerging subtypes or under-researched cancers. The RESoURCES Program includes the following studies:
Analysis of linked information on cancer (ALIC)
A team of researchers/statisticians that uses data from the Victorian Cancer Registry linked to various statewide administrative data sets to identify statewide patterns of care (POC), variation in POC and variation in associated outcomes for Victorians diagnosed with cancer.
View all the CED peer-reviewed publications by year.