Dr Teresa Wozniak

Research Fellow

Qualifications:

PhD, University of NSW, 2016 PhD, University of Sydney, 2007 Master of Public Health, University of Sydney, 2010 Medical Science Honors, University of Tasmania 2001 Bachelor of Medical Science, Macquarie University 2000

Location:

Darwin - Royal Darwin Hospital

Biography:

Dr Teresa Wozniak has joined HOT NORTH at Menzies working on developing a cross-jurisdictional surveillance system for drug-resistant infections across northern Australia.

She is an experienced epidemiologist specializing in infectious diseases, public health and health policy.

She is a big believer in generating research which can be applied and one that impacts health policy and practice.

 

 

Research Themes
  1. Antibiotic Resistance: The Epidemic Is Here

    Antibiotic Resistance: The Epidemic Is Here

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    Welcome to the world of antibiotic resistance, where superbugs will put the lives of everyone from chemotherapy patients to those with a sexually transmitted infection or even a simple graze at risk.

  2. HOT NORTH Visiting Fellow, Arca Testamenti Travels to Darwin

    HOT NORTH Visiting Fellow, Arca Testamenti Travels to Darwin

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    HSP recently partnered with the Menzies School of Health Research in Darwin, Australia to support a HOT NORTH Visiting Fellowship for an exceptional graduate student from Indonesiaís Bogor Agricultural University.

  3. Katherine doctors push for more public housing

    Katherine doctors push for more public housing

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    Katherine Times reports on the HOT NORTH Teaching Workshop.