Cold in Australian Homes
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The screen of your temperature logger will turn off after 1 minute, to save battery. The logger is still recording. If you wish to know the temperature, you can briefly press the ‘play’ button. This will not disrupt the logger’s function.
The research team
Dr Cynthia Isley
Cynthia is a research fellow on the Cold Homes project. Her work will characterise the extent of cold housing across the Australian population. This will add a new dimension to Cynthia’s DustSafe research, which helped people to understand contaminants in their home environment. Please contact Cynthia on email@example.com if you have any questions about this project.
Dr Lyrian Daniel
Lyrian Daniel is a Research Fellow in the Healthy Cities Research Group at The University of Adelaide. She is interested in hazardous housing and its implications for population health and wellbeing. Her recent work has focusses on Australia’s hidden cold housing problem, energy hardship among tenant households, and thermal standards for homes.
Professor Emma Baker
Emma Baker is Professor of Housing Research at the University of Adelaide where she leads the Healthy Cities Research Group. She is currently leading the construction of a national rental housing conditions dataset and has a track record of successful collaboration with industry, government and non-government organisations. Professor Baker leads the Capturing Complexity research stream.
Professor Rebecca Bentley (University of Melbourne)
Rebecca Bentley is a Professorial Research Fellow in Social Epidemiology and the leader of the Healthy Housing Research Group in the Centre for Health Equity, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health. Over the past ten years, Rebecca has developed a research program exploring the role of housing and residential location in shaping health and wellbeing in Australia.
This project is supported by a NHMRC Ideas Grant, and undertaken in collaboration with the University of Melbourne and the NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence in Healthy Housing.