Ms Natalia Evertsz

Teaching areas:  Biomedicine, Human Nutrition and Scientific Writing

Natalia completed a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in French, at the University of Melbourne in 2012. Keen to pursue her interest in public health, she went on to complete a Graduate Certificate in Human Nutrition at Deakin University in 2014. Her graduate studies sparked a passion for clinical medicine alongside public health, and she returned to the University of Melbourne to complete a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Immunology, which she completed in 2017. She is currently completing the Doctor of Medicine. Natalia is also a Research Assistant and works alongside studying and tutoring. Her previous project was in infectious diseases at the Doherty Institute of Infection and Immunity, investigating the Royal Melbourne Hospital’s orthopaedic surgery infection prevention program. She is based at the Centre for Health Equity researching the Ethics of Community Engagement in Health Systems Research. Natalia is also a qualified personal trainer and is the fitness coach for the Victorian Young Dressage Squad.