Dr Teresa Wozniak
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
Approved level of HDR supervision at Charles Darwin University:
Co-supervisor for a PhD Student
Teresa is establishing a real-time surveillance system focusing on key drug-resistant infections across northern Australia. Regionally-relevant data are needed to inform infection prevention and control efforts and support the development of local and national treatment guidelines.
Prior to joining Menzies in 2017, she worked in the CRE-Reducing Healthcare Associated Infections (QUT), on developing an economic model to determine the cost of drug-resistance in Australian hospitals.
She has more than 15 years of experience in research and has worked across academia, private and government sectors gaining insight into these diverse organisations.
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