The Australian National University (ANU) is a celebrated place of intensive research, education and policy engagement. ANU is home to an interconnected community of scholars. The University is located in the heart of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia. The ANU engages with the Lowitja Institute primarily through the ANU's National Centre for Indigenous Studies (NCIS), the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), and the College of Medicine, Biology and Environment.
The National Centre for Indigenous Studies is a multidisciplinary Indigenous Studies research centre and the umbrella organisation for Indigenous research across the ANU. The Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Researchis Australia's major social science research centre focusing on Indigenous economic and social policy from a national perspective. The College of Medicine, Biology and Environment houses the John Curtin School of Medical Research, excelling in ground-breaking, multidisciplinary translational medical research in fields including immunology, genomics, neuroscience, mental health, infectious diseases, obesity and metabolic disorders.
- Understanding how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural factors impact on health and wellbeing (co-funded master's thesis scholarship)
- Reframing Discourse and Changing the Narrative of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health and Wellbeing: An analysis
- The Narrative Framing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health and Wellbeing: A review
- The National longitudinal study of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander wellbeing (Mayi Kuwayu)
- Identifying the core elements of the cultural determinants of health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people