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Research Programs

The FFCMH supports world-class research programs within each of three major themes; clinical and population studies, basic science, preventative health and health services. These programs not only target the most pressing issues in men's health but also concurrently address many of the National Health Priority Areas of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, mental health/depression and obesity. The Centre's achievements have been made possible by engaging with, investing in, and bringing together multidisciplinary teams of world-class scientists and clinicians from the campuses and teaching hospitals of the University of Adelaide, other Universities and local, national and international research institutions.

The Centre encourages researchers with an interest in men's health to join up as a member of the Centre to input into and interact with the mix of expertise available across the Centre. The Centre engages with research leaders and stakeholders to ensure our research programs remain clinically relevant, comprehensive, are successfully translated and that it appropriately represents and consider the needs of vulnerable populations of men.

View pdf summaries of some of our main research program here  or see below for senior contacts for more information

Longitudinal study of men's health- Florey Adelaide Male Ageing Study (now the MAILES study)
Contact: Dr Sean Martin, Prof Gary Wittert

Obesity, cardio-metabolic disease, testosterone, T4DM RCT
Contract: Prof Gary Wittert

Prostate cancer - Dame Roma Mitchell Cancer Research Laboratories
Contact: Prof Wayne TilleyDr Luke Selth

Prostate cancer - Lipids and Prostate Cancer Research Program
Contact: A/Prof Lisa Butler

Prostate cancer - collaborating partner
South Australian Prostate Cancer Clinical Outcomes Collaborative (SA-PCCOC)  
Contact: Dr Michael O'Callaghan 

Prostate Cancer - collaborating partner
UniSA Research Group
Contact: Dr Ian Johnson

Male Reproductive Health (Robinson Research Institute) - collaborating partner
Contact: Prof Michelle Lane

Preventative Health, lifestyle modification programs and interventions
Contact: Prof Deborah Turnbull

Mental health, cognition and dementia
Contact: Dr Philip Tully

Digital health, behavioural psychology
Contact: Dr Camille Short 

Health services
Contact: Prof Gary Wittert

Rural health - UniSA collaborating partner
Contact: Dr Kate Fennell

Urological Health
Dr Sean Martin

Aboriginal Health - SAHMRI collaborating partner
Contact: Prof Alex Brown

Biostatistics and Study design
Contact: Dr Andrew Vincent 

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