Director, Centre for Research, Evidence Management and Surveillance & Conjoint Professor, School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW

Professor Bin Jalaludin holds a medical degree and a doctorate in air pollution epidemiology, both from the University of Sydney and is currently Director, Centre for Research, Evidence Management and Surveillance, Sydney and South Western Sydney Local Health Districts. He has a conjoint professorial appointment at the University of New South Wales, is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, deputy chair of the local human research ethics committee and on the editorial board of Environmental Health. He is also Stream Leader, Community and Population Health, Ingham Institute of Applied Medical Research.

He has been a WHO short-term consultant to evaluate environmental and health information systems and environmental risk factors for asthma in Malaysia, and has conducted environmental epidemiology and air pollution workshops in both Malaysia and Hong Kong. He is also a member of the International Collaboration on Air Pollution and Pregnancy Outcomes. His research interests are in the areas of air pollution and environmental epidemiology, built environment, equity and health and health services.

Professor Jalaludin is currently an investigator in a number of significant research projects funded by the ARC and NH&MRC. He has published over 150 papers in the peer reviewed scientific literature.

Experience

  • 1998–present
    Director, Centre for Research, Evidence Management and Surveillance

Education

  • 2001 
    PhD, University of Sydney
  • 1988 
    MPH, University of Sydney
  • 1978 
    MBBS, University of Sydney