Lise recently completed her PhD, titled, “Relationships Matter: Social capital theory and hepatitis C treatment uptake among men in prison. Lise was a recipient of a National Health & Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Health Research Postgraduate Scholarship while undertaking her PhD research. She is currently co-appointed working at the Centre for Social Research in Health on a number of studies pertaining to people living with BBVs, people who inject drugs, and people in prison and in the community and at the Kirby Institute on a study promoting point-of-care sexual health testing in Aboriginal communities.
Lise’ research interests include prisoner health and wellbeing, Aboriginal health and wellbeing, blood-borne viruses, and social justice. She has a community background working with diverse disadvantaged communities including people with disabilities, young people at risk of entering the criminal justice system, and Aboriginal communities.