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Angus Cook

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Professor Angus Cook is a researcher and lecturer in Epidemiology at the School of Population and Global Health, the University of Western Australia.

Angus completed his medical degree in New Zealand in 1992, registered as a medical practitioner in 1994 and completed his PhD in Epidemiology in 2007. He has extensive community health research experience, including employment as a Research Fellow at the University of Otago (New Zealand), Melbourne University and Monash University.

He is currently Joint coordinator for Plagues, Pox and Pandemics: A History of Death and Disease (PUBH2209), an innovative and successful multidisciplinary course co-taught with History in the School of Humanities. This course provides students with a valuable historical perspective on changing medical techniques and perceptions in which to locate current and emerging health issues. Plagues, Pox and Pandemics is currently listed as a Category A broadening unit.


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