University of Sydney, NSW, Australia
Associate Professor Anne Cust is a NHMRC Career Development Fellow and epidemiologist leading the Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention Research Group based at The University of Sydney School of Public Health. She is also a Faculty member of the Melanoma Institute Australia, where she co-leads the ‘Prevention, Risk and Detection of Melanoma’ Research Theme. Her research focuses mainly on melanoma prevention and early detection, with a strong emphasis on translational outcomes. She is President of the Australasian Epidemiological Association (AEA), and a Board member of Melanoma and Skin Cancer Trials (MASC).
Presentations this author is a contributor to:
Physical activity predictors and preferences among gynaecological cancer survivors. (#152)
Best of the Best Posters: Supporting cancer patients
Identification and predictors of physical activity barriers among gynaecological cancer survivors, and association with physical activity levels (#252)
Posters - Epidemiology