Congratulations to Professor Mark Harris, whose skill in developing and applying mathematical, econometric models across a variety of areas, including health economics, has seen him awarded the title of John Curtin Distinguished Professor.
“Understanding the complex interrelationships in areas such as [the particular health behaviours related to licit and illicit substances] will better inform policy to more effectively discern and control these socially adverse behaviours.”
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About John Curtin Distinguished Professors
The title of John Curtin Distinguished Professor is Curtin’s highest honour for academic staff. It recognises nationally and internationally renowned researchers who have demonstrated exceptional skills in teaching or research, or scholarly, creative and artistic achievements.