Adjunct Senior Research Fellow
Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention
James Cook University
Linton is a Senior Clinical Research Fellow (Clinical Epidemiology) with the Centre for Chronic Disease Prevention at James Cook University (Cairns). His current role focuses on a mix of chronic disease epidemiology and health services research which has direct application to the health care of high-risk and vulnerable populations in the tropics. He is also a mentor with the JCU Cohort Doctoral Studies Program and a member of JCU’s Centre for Nursing and Midwifery Research.
Chronic disease epidemiology, Cardiovascular disease, Indigenous health issues