Research Fellow in Social Epidemiology, University of Melbourne

Ankur Singh is a Research Fellow in Social Epidemiology at the Centre for Health Equity, University of Melbourne. Ankur's research examines the social and societal determinants of health. Ankur has specific research interests in the areas of health inequalities, social and societal determinants of health, application of socio-epidemiologic theories, health promotion, oral epidemiology and tobacco control. Ankur completed his Ph.D. at the University of Adelaide and M.Sc. in Dental Public Health from University College London. His Ph.D. thesis examined theoretical basis for the relationship between income inequality and population oral health, and tested associations between area-level income inequality and oral health outcomes within the Australian context. Ankur has previously worked as a Research Associate with the Department of Health Promotion and Tobacco Control, Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), New Delhi.

Experience

  • 2017–present
    Research Fellow in Social Epidemiology, University of Melbourne

Honours

Dean's Commendation for Doctoral Thesis Excellence (University of Adelaide)