Luciana Massi is Senior Research Associate at The George Institute for Global Health, and works on the Process Evaluation of Adherence in the Kanyini-GAP study (PEAK). She is responsible for coordinating, conducting and collaborating on the data analysis and writing of the qualitative study for PEAK.
Luciana is also Associate Lecturer in Disease Prevention and Health Promotion in the Masters of Public Health Programs at the Sydney School of Public Health, University of Sydney. Her primary research interests are in prevention and a human rights-based approach with a focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, and low and middle income country health and development issues.
Prior to working at The George Institute, Luciana was Program Manager of the NSW SmokeCheck Project based at the University of Sydney since 2007, and led a capacity-building program for Aboriginal Health Workers and other health professionals working with Aboriginal clients.
She completed a Masters of International Public Health at the University of Sydney in 2009, and has a Bachelor of Business Communication.