ARC Future Fellow @ Institute for Health & Ageing, ACU
Professor Ester Cerin is a psychologist and statistician. Her research interests focus on environmental and psychosocial determinants of lifestyle behaviours and health across the lifespan. She has held substantive academic positions in the USA and Hong Kong and currently leads a research program in Urban Spaces and Active Ageing in the Institute for Health and Ageing (Australian Catholic University), with intersecting interests in neighbourhood built environment, physical activity and cognitive and mental health. The program is supported by an ARC Future Fellowship and an NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Cognitive Health. She is also Honorary Professorial Fellow of Baker Heart & Diabetes Institute and the School of Public Health of the University of Hong Kong.