Associate professor, George Institute for Global Health

Associate Professor Lisa Keay is Deputy Director of the Injury Division at The George Institute, conjoint Associate Professor in the Faculty of Medicine University of New South Wales and holds an honorary appointment as Associate Professor, Sydney Medical School at the University of Sydney.

She is an injury epidemiologist with a PhD in ophthalmic epidemiology and Masters of Public Health University of NSW Wales and a post-doctoral research fellowship from Johns Hopkins University.

Associate Professor Lisa Keay is Deputy Director of the Injury Division at The George Institute and a conjoint Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine, University of New South Wales. She holds an honorary appointment as Associate Professor, Sydney Medical School at the University of Sydney. She is an injury epidemiologist with a PhD in ophthalmic epidemiology and Masters of Public Health, University of NSW Wales and a post-doctoral research fellowship from Johns Hopkins University.

Lisa is currently building on her background in vision research to oversee a research program focusing on ageing, vision impairment, mobility and injury prevention. She has active projects in the areas of falls prevention for older people with vision impairment and blindness, road safety for older drivers,health systems research in chronic eye disease management and cataract surgical services in Australia and child vision screening in India. She is chair of the Australian Research Training Committee at The George Institute and is involved in Masters course work and post-graduate education in Injury Epidemiology.

Experience

  • 2017–present
    Associate Professor, School of Medicine, UNSW Sydney
  • 2013–present
    Deputy Director, Injury Division, The George Institute for Global Health, UNSW