Prof Elizabeth Sullivan

Elizabeth Sullivan is Professor of Public Health and Deputy Head of the Faculty of Health and Medicine at the University of Newcastle, and research lead of custodial health within the NSW Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network. She is an academic and research leader and public health physician who is internationally respected for her important contributions to maternal and reproductive health. She is the principal investigator of AMOSS – a national research system of rare and serious conditions in pregnancy and former Director of the AIHW National Perinatal Statistics and Epidemiology Unit. She has authored over 200 internationally peer-reviewed publications including WHO and AIHW reports, and been awarded over $20 million in competitive and contract research funding. She has served extensively by invitation on national and international government committees related to her expertise, and is a former member of the NHMRC Council.