Associate Professor Seema Mihrshahi

Associate Professor in Public Health, Macquarie University

Seema Mihrshahi is a researcher and lecturer in Public Health and Director of Research Training in the Department of Health Sciences at Macquarie University in Sydney. Her research spans both ends of the malnutrition spectrum, addressing undernutrition and overnutrition in children and focuses on population-based approaches for the promotion of healthy weight, effective monitoring and surveillance strategies, and approaches to improve healthy eating.

Seema also holds an Honorary Senior Research Fellow appointment at the University of Queensland, is an Affiliate at the School of Public Health at the University of Sydney and is a chief investigator on three current NHMRC grants. She is an associate investigator on EPOCH Translate.  Her previous appointment was as Research Translation Coordinator of the Centre for Research Excellence in the Early Prevention of Obesity in Childhood (CRE-EPOCH) where she was responsible for research translation and dissemination strategies and capacity building for early and mid-career researchers.

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