Yinzong is a public health researcher and mathematical modeller at the Burnet Institute. She works on a variety of public health/health economic projects in infectious diseases and global health and has a special interest in public health problems concerning hepatitis B at both a regional and global level.
Yinzong did her PhD based at the Burnet Institute, with a focus on enhancing hepatitis B care cascade in Australia by addressing barriers in the Chinese community and general practice, and evaluating cost-effectiveness. Prior to joining the Burnet, she completed her medical degree and Master of Internal Medicine (specialising in Infectious Diseases) in China.
- Ongoing: PhD, University of Melbourne, Australia
- 2017: Master of Internal Medicine (Infectious Diseases), Xiangya Hospital, Central South University, China
- 2014: MBBS, Central South University, China
- 2021 Young Investigator bursary, International Liver Congress, the European Association for the Study of the Liver
- 2020 Young Investigator bursary, International Liver Congress, the European Association for the Study of the Liver
- 2019 Eastern Hill Precinct Travel Grant, University of Melbourne
- 2016-2020 Melbourne Research Scholarship
- 2021-ongoing: Research Officer, Mathematical Modeller in Health, Burnet Institute, Melbourne, Australia
- 2019-2021: Research Assistant, Burnet Institute, Melbourne, Australia