Professor Jane Heyworth is Sub Dean Undergraduate Majors in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences at The University of Western Australia. She is an environmental epidemiologist with specific research interests in environmental causes of cancer and the impact of air and water contamination on health. Her research has focussed on a number of environmental exposures including asbestos, pesticides, brominated flame retardants, heavy metals, heterocyclic amines, shift work and microbial contaminants of water. Jane Heyworth’s current research interests include research on health impacts of air and water quality and heat stress in the workplace. Her main areas of teaching are epidemiology and public health and she has won several local and national awards for teaching.

(Photo of Jane Heyworth paragliding in Nepal.)

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Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine Journal
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