Anne currently holds the position of Associate Professor and Discipline Lead for Environmental Health in the School of Medicine, Griffith University. Through teaching toxicology, epidemiology and environmental health management, as well as a course on climate change and public health, she is helping train future environmental health professionals. An active researcher within the Menzies Health Institute, Queensland and the Cities Research Institute at Griffith University, Anne also spent considerable time abroad, working in Finland, Hong Kong and Cambodia.
Committed to applied, transdisciplinary research, Anne collaborates with engineers, microbiologists and sociologists to address health-risk concerns expressed by communities, water managers and health regulators. Her current research interests focus on systems-based modeling of water-related health risks and the development of decision support tools that help transfer risk-based evidence into policy and practice. Anne sits on several advisory committees helping to devise strategies to protect the public from environmental health risks.