Griffith’s Centre for Environment and Population Health has strengthened its research collaboration with the Zhejiang Provincial Centre for Prevention and Disease Control in China by renewing their research agreement during a signing ceremony last week.
The event was hosted by Professor Sarah Todd, Pro Vice Chancellor (International) at the Nathan campus where she warmly welcomed Dr Jianmin Jiang, Vice Director of Zhejiang CDC (research) and her delegation.
Griffith’s Centre for Environment and Population Health (CEPH) addresses pressing concerns for population health, environmental sustainability and economic opportunity. CEPH work in partnership with international communities through research, consultancy, capacity building and nurturing leaders.
The renewed agreement will have an expanded agenda on a range of public health issues highlighting global health and climate change.