Aliki Christou

Research Assistant, The Kirby Institute, UNSW, Sydney

Aliki is a public health researcher based in the Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) group within the Public Health Research Interventions Program at the Kirby Institute. She is currently working on an evaluation of an integrated NTD control program in Vanuatu targeting multiple NTDs including soil transmitted helminths, scabies, yaws and leprosy. Aliki has a PhD in Public Health from the University of Sydney and a Master of International Health from Curtin University. Prior to joining the Kirby Institute, she worked across a range of areas in global health including maternal and perinatal health, injury prevention and Aboriginal health. Her earlier research has focused on understanding risk factors for stillbirth in Afghanistan and improving the quality and use of perinatal data in low-resource settings. 


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