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CEPAR PhD candidate Shally Zhou has been awarded the Prize for the Best Presentation from the School of Psychology at the UNSW Science Faculty's Postgraduate Research Showcase.


As we move into Dementia Awareness week, which is from 20-26th September, it is timely to reflect on the knowledge that approximately 450,000 Australians are living with dementia, and a greater number of us are involved in caring for someone with dementia. 


CEPAR researcher Dr Craig Sinclair has received an NHMRC grant to make end of life planning more accessible for older adults.



CEPAR has recently launched its new Mentoring Scheme, a voluntary mentoring program for emerging CEPAR researchers.


Several CEPAR researchers were recognised at the recent UNSW Business School Staff Excellence Award in the categories Leadership, Research Excellence, Research Impact, and Education Excellence.

Hazel Bateman

CEPAR Deputy Director Professor Hazel Bateman has been awarded the UNSW Business School Dean’s Distinguished Leadership Award, in recognition of her meritorious and distinguished leadership and exceptional contributions to the reputation of the Business School.


CEPAR researchers Dr Yuanyuan Deng, Scientia Professor John Piggott, and Dr Vasoontara Yiengprugsawan have secured three out of 17 research presentation slots to present their latest research at the conference, contributing to evidence-based policymaking in the region.


Following the funding of three pilot projects under the CEPAR Multidisciplinary Collaboration Funding Scheme in 2020, three new grants have been awarded to Centre researchers under the Scheme this year.

Warwick McKibbin

CEPAR Chief Investigator Warwick McKibbin AO, FASSA has been awarded a Distinguished Professorship at the Australian National University (ANU).