Dr Tehzeeb Zulfiqar

MBBS, RDFM, MSc, MPhil, MPh, PhD
ANU College of Health and Medicine
T: +61452219511

Areas of expertise

  • Implementation Science And Evaluation 420312
  • Epidemiology 4202
  • Nutritional Epidemiology 420208
  • Social Determinants Of Health 420606
  • Preventative Health Care 420605


Dr Tehzeeb Zulfiqar is a Research Fellow at the National Centre of Epidemiology and Population Health at the ANU. Her current work focuses on evaluation of AusPathGen program using realist theory. Her research examines utility and cost-effectiveness of genomic based public health responses and capacity of transformation focusing on end-user acceptability and interpretation of results.

Tehzeeb has over 30 years of experience working on policy in Pakistan and Australia. She has been involved in numerous small and large program evaluations in Pakistan- the most 

significant one was the third party evaluation of Lady Health Workers in Pakistan conducted by the Oxford Policy Management, UK. Tehzeeb was the national lead for the evaluation.

Tehzeeb is currently an adjunct Associate Professor at the Health Services Academy, Pakistan. Her teaching experience include Family Medicine, Public Health Nutrition and Life Style Medicine, and Public Health. In Australia, she was a tutor at the ANU Medical school for 8 years for problem-based-learning and Population Health.

Tehzeeb holds a Doctorate and a Master’s in Public Health from the ANU. She also holds MPhil in reproductive Physiology, MSc in Community Nutrition and MBBS from Pakistan.


Researcher's projects

Evaluation of AusPathoGen program

Current student projects

Healthy Minds Healthy Bodies 

The Influence of Childhood Oral Health Practices and Related Factors on Oral Health Outcomes in Adolescence

Influence of Psycho-sociocultural Factors on Breast Cancer epidemiology, treatment and survivorship in Women of Northern Ghana.


Past student projects

Prevalence and social determinants of long COVID amongst non-English speaking migrants; A systematic review protocol

Experiences of Australian General Practiotiners in Managing First Generation, Non-English Speaking Migrant Patients with long-COVID


Projects and Grants

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