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Ms Victoria Alexis Saint

1. School of Public Health / AG 2 Population Medicine and Health Services Research

Function

wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

 

E-Mail
victoria.saint@uni-bielefeld.de  
Phone
+49 521 106-3879  
Phone No. of Secretary
+49 521 106-6889Secretary's Details
Office
UHG L6-100 Locations Map
Postbox
1125

Curriculum Vitae

Victoria Saint is a global and public health practitioner, analyst and researcher specialising in health equity and the social determinants of health. She received a Master of Science (International Health) from Uppsala University, Sweden in 2010 and a Double Bachelor in Health Sciences and Social Sciences from the University of Adelaide in 2007, majoring respectively in Public Health and Psychology.

Victoria was a Technical Officer for the Social Determinants of Health (SDH) Unit, in the Department of Public Health, Environmental and Social Determinants of Health at the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva from 2013 to 2015, and continued working with the SDH Unit as a retained consultant until the end of 2017.

From 2016 to March 2019, Victoria also worked as an independent consultant for other UN and academic organisations, as well as working part time at the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) Global Institute – Berlin as the Instructor Leader and Academic Advisor of the Global and Community Health Track. Prior to this, Victoria was the Research Development Manager for the Southgate Institute of Health, Society and Equity at Flinders University in Australia. She has previously worked as a technical and research consultant in Australia, Sweden, Germany and India.

Key activities / research fields
• Health equity, the social determinants of health and gender
• Global health
• Antimicrobial resistance
• Multi-sectoral approaches to addressing health and social challenges
• Theory-driven approaches to research and evaluation