David Slaney

Ass Prof David Slaney

Barbara Hardy Institute
University of South Australia
City East Campus
North Terrace, Adelaide, SA 5000
Email: David.Slaney@unisa.edu.au



David Slaney is a consultant in environmental health residing in Melbourne, Australia, and currently subcontracted by the Institute of Environmental Science & Research, New Zealand.

He is a biologist working in the field of environmental health since completing a PhD in 1999. He has published on a wide range of topics, including occupational exposure to metals, epidemiology of prostate cancer, chemical injury surveillance, water-borne disease, environmental legislation, environmental health indicators, vector ecology and vector-borne diseases.

David's main area of research interest is in the health effects of anthropogenic ecosystem disruption and he is an adjunct Associate Professor at the Barbara Hardy Institute (University of South Australia), the School of Population Health (University of Queensland, Australia), and at the Institute of Bio-resource and Environment (Dalian Nationalities University, China). David is interested in developing Medical Geology Indicators and would like to hear from other researchers interested in this area.

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