Eyza is a research officer at the InsideOut Institute for Eating Disorders, University of Sydney. In her role, Eyza coordinates and supports several research-related projects and activities including providing research support to undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Eyza holds a Master of Public Health (Professional Practice) degree from the University of Sydney and a Bachelor in Biosciences from COMSATS University, Islamabad, Pakistan. She was awarded the CIIT scholarship for academic excellence for four consecutive years. Prior to joining InsideOut Institute, Eyza has worked in various research positions at UNSW, Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research, ZEST Health Strategies and the Centre for Population Health, WSLHD.
Her special research interests lie in the area of eating disorders, the impact of cross-cultural factors and mental health. Eyza is passionate about translating evidence-based knowledge and research into practice in healthcare settings and improving the health outcomes of people living with eating disorders.