Eliza Schioldann

BA, BIST, BSc Health Hons, MPHTM

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Eliza Schioldann (BA, BISt, BSc Health Hons, MPHTM) is a Research Associate within the Adolescent Health & Wellbeing Platform of Wardliparingga Aboriginal Health Equity, that seeks to address the health priorities and needs of Indigenous young people. She has also been involved in the Capacity Development space, aiming to support the next generation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health researchers to increase Indigenous-led health research.

Eliza’s background is in Global Development and Public Health. She has worked previously for organisations including Birthing Kit Foundation Australia; the International Organization for Migration (the United Nations Migration Agency); and the South Australian Council of Social Service. She is also an Honorary Research Associate at the Burnet Institute, and a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Adelaide.

Her interests include disease prevention; social determinants of health; and gender.

Education/Academic qualification

Masters, James Cook University


Award Date: 21 Nov 2020

Bachelor's Degree (Honours), University of Adelaide


Double Bachelor's Degree, University of Adelaide


External positions

Honorary Research Associate, Burnet Institute

Visiting Research Fellow, University of Adelaide


  • Public Health
  • Social Determinants of Health
  • Project Administration


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