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Centre for Research Excellence in Sun and Health, NHMRC Funded.

Centre for Research Excellence in Sun and Health

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Non-Melanoma Skin Cancers

Non-melanoma skin cancers are the most common cancer diagnosed worldwide.

Sun Exposure and Diabetes

Is there a relationship between type 2 diabetes mellitus and sun exposure?

Dr Hansen Sun

Hansen has joined CRESH as a Postdoctoral Fellow on a project which will quantify the biological effects of uv radiation exposure.

Live UV Level for Australia

Live UV level readings for Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Kingston (Tas), Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.

SunSmart UV Alerts

Cancer Council has released its free Android and iPhone SunSmart Apps for sun protection.

About Us

In October 2010 the National Health and Medical Research Council awarded $2.4 million funding over five years to establish the Centre for Research Excellence in Sun and Health (CRESH).

CRESH is tasked with building an evidence base regarding the adverse and beneficial effects of sun exposure. Such information is necessary to ensure that any future guidelines issued to the Australian community are based on the best scientific data.