Lyndall StrazdinsDirector of the Research School of Population Health (ANU), Professor and ARC Future Fellow at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, the Australian National University, Melbourne, Australia
About the author:
I study contemporary predicaments of work and care and their gender, generational and health consequences. I look at time as a social determinant of health.
What I want to achieve:
I want to make visible and promote the viewpoints and efforts of families, by gender and generation.
My previous positions:
Deputy Director, Research School of Population Health, 2 January 2017 – 22 March 2018.
Head and Associate Professor, Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute, The Australian National University, 16 January 2014- 1 January 2015.
Awards & accomplishments:
Visiting Fellow Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, sponsored by Professor Ichiro Kawachi. 2019.
Nominee for the Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work–Family Research. Top 5/2500 articles for 2017-2018.
Marie Skłodowska-Curie International Fellowship Seal of Excellence. 2017.
ANU Vice Chancellors Impact Award for Reach and Influence. 2017.
Highly commended ANU Media and Outreach awards: Most Impressive Media Performance; Improving the Quality of Public Debate categories. 2017.
Nominee for the Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work–Family Research. Top 15/2500 articles for 2016-2017.
Invited international fellowship November –December 2014 WZB Berlin Social Science Center (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung). Funded, 2014.
ARC Future Fellowship 2011-2015. 2011.
ANU 2010 Top Supervisor Award. 2010.
Selected for a development program for outstanding ANU mid-career researcher ‘Creative thinking: Innovative practice’. 2010.
Nominee for the Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work–Family Research. Top 20/2000 papers for 2006. 2007.
Contributed (with Professor Gabriele Bammer) to the ANU program which led to the university being awarded the Category 9 Award ‘Best Health and Safety Month Initiative’ in the ACT Occupational Health and Safety Excellence Awards 2003. 2003.