Week 5 – Dr Emily Flies

Week 5 – Dr Emily Flies

Is your city affecting your health?.

Investigating health impacts of urban environments with Dr Emily Flies

Tuesday 9 August 2022
11.30am-12.30pm AEST

After a few years of teaching outdoor education, Emily completed a master’s degree in disease ecology and a PhD in disease ecology and epidemiology. Now Emily studies the relationship between nature and health, and how nature can help create healthy and sustainable communities. Emily is Co-Founder of two not-for-profit science communication organisations and co-leads the ‘Sustainable People-Environment Interactions’ impact priority area of the Sustainable Communities and Waste Hub.

Join us to hear about Emily’s journey to working in Health Ecology.

Facilitator: Alejandra Fernandez, QUT. Alejandra is part of the IMNIS Catalyst program.

Read more about her and the program here. 

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Registrants will be sent a links and a worksheet related to the research prior to the session. Each session will include time for Q and A.

Download the worksheet here.

Any questions, email stelr.admin@atse.org.au 

This event is presented by the STELR Project (STELR) as part of the Victorian Challenge and Enrichment Series (VCES).