The Odyssey Research Hub comprises researchers from the Curtin University School of Public Health, working in collaboration with researchers from other disciplines and international institutions to investigate issues relating to public health, population mobility and migration in the Asia-Pacific region. 


We aim to understand the causes and consequences of public health issues affecting mobile and migrant populations in the Asia-Pacific region, and develop and evaluate ethical and evidence-informed responses to improve health and socio-economic outcomes for mobile and migrant populations in the Asia-Pacific region. We use the term Culturally and Linguistically and Diverse Populations (CaLD) to describe this target group.


Curtin University
School of Population Health (Building 400)

GPO Box U1987, Bentley WA 6845


08 9266 1071


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