Liza Doyle RN, GradDipHlthSc, MPH
International Development and Training Manager
Liza Doyle is an International Development and Training Manager with the Kirby Institute (UNSW Australia). She is a public health professional who oversees the management of a number of international research projects within the Public Health Interventions Research Program (PHIRP), including initiatives in Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Cambodia, Fiji and the Solomon Islands. A key focus of Liza’s role involves strengthening and expanding international research partnerships with leading regional institutions, global health agencies and international funding bodies.
Liza has a passion for building regional research capacity and improving public health outcomes through evidence-based policy and practice. In 2019, Liza established the Cooper HIV and AIDS Research Training (CHART) Program, a research capacity building initiative for health care professionals in the Asia Pacific region.
Immediately prior to joining the Kirby Institute (UNSW Australia), Liza managed the Australasian Society for HIV Medicine’s National Policy & Education Division. She was responsible for the management and development of Australian HIV and STI clinical guidelines, National HIV, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C Testing Policies, clinical resources and accredited health care programs. Liza worked for 5 years as a healthcare professional in Vietnam, Singapore and Malaysia and completed her Master of Public Health at Monash University in Melbourne.