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Associate Professor Kaye Roberts-Thomson

University of Adelaide
Adelaide SA, 5005
Tel: (08) 8303 4454
Fax: (08) 8303 4858


Assoc. Prof Kaye Roberts-Thomson is the Director of the Dental Education and Practice Unit at the University of Adelaide, Deputy Director of the Australian Research Centre for Population Oral Health and coordinates the Clearing House on Oral Health Promotion. Her research relates to epidemiology and public health interventions, which has aided understanding of the risk factors and effective health promotion and prevention of oral diseases in various population groups including among Indigenous Australians. She has had continuous NH&MRC funding since 2001 (including seven project grants and a capacity building grant). She is the co-author/editor of five books, three book chapters, over 30 refereed scientific papers. She has been an invited speaker at international meetings including International Women in Dentistry Conference and at national meetings including the Public Health Association of Australia Conference. She has trained examiners for the national oral health surveys of Australia, Vietnam, East Timor, Papua New Guinea and New Zealand.

Last updated: 7 April 2009
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