Associate Professor Jonine Jancey is based in the Curtin School of Population Health. She has successful fulfilled many leadership roles and is currently Director of Graduate Research, and Co-Director of the Centre for Evidence Impact and Research in Public Health (CERIPH), which she combines with her research and teaching roles, complemented by over 20 years in public health and health promotion.
Associate Professor Jancey's research focuses on health promotion and disease prevention, in the areas of physical activity, nutrition, sexual health, mental health and tobacco control. Here she applies her expertise to gather evidence to be translated into real world outcomes. She is an enthusiastic mentor of students and early career academics and her teaching units are ranked highly by students. She is a grant reviewer for NHMRC, Dementia Australia Research Foundation and Healthway, and serves on the health agency boards of the Australian Council on Smoking & Health and the Recovery College of WA. Her teaching, research and practice has been commended with numerous awards throughout her career, most recently the Fellow of the Australian Health Promotion Association (2018), one of only seven ever awarded.