Researcher biography

Dr Lisa Fitzgerald is a public health sociologist with research interests in the health of vulnerable and marginalised populations and application of social science theory and methods in public health research/application. Lisa worked in the Department of Public Health and General Practice, University of Otago, Christchurch, New Zealand before moving to the School of Population Health, University of Queensland in 2009. Lisa is the co-ordinator of PUBH7620 Social Perspectives, a core course in the MPH. She is the SPH Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Research Theme Leader and Chair of the SPH Human Research Ethics Committee.

Featured projects Duration
HIV Self-Testing (HIVST)
HIVFQ HIV Research Grants
20152016
T2TQ study
HIVFQ HIV Research Grants
20152018
THRiVe
HIVFQ HIV Research Grants
20152016
Living Positive in Queensland
ARC Research Grant
20132017

Areas of research