Dr Teresa Wozniak

Research Fellow
Queensland University of Technology / Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation

Teresa is an experienced epidemiologist specialising in infectious disease, public health surveillance, health policy, and medical research. Teresa has extensive experience as a health researcher and is currently project manager of a study investigating the costs of antimicrobial resistance in Australia.

Over the past 10 years, Teresa has established herself as a skilled public health practitioner having worked in various roles across the academic, private and government sectors, including within organisations such as the University of Sydney, IMS Health, The Sax Institute and the New South Wales Ministry of Health.

Teresa’s qualifications include a Bachelor of Medical Science (Hons), a PhD in Immunology and a DrPH in Public Health Surveillance. She is passionate about research and hopes to positively impact the health and wellbeing of the population, both nationally and internationally, through health research and implementation.



Health Economic Modelling of Antimicrobial resistance in Australia - HEMAA

Antibiotic management of drug resistant infections: A survey of clinical practice

Resimpact- tracking drug resistance for action