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MS Brigitte Tenni


  • Access to medicines (TRIPS, trade agreements, TPP, RCEP, patent law)
  • HIV (sex work, drug use, men who have sex with men, GIPA)
  • Hepatitis C (patents, access to medicines, drug prices)
  • gender (sexual reproductive health, STIs)



  • Brigitte is a public health practitioner with focus and expertise in Hepatitis C, HIV strategic planning, programming, capacity building, social research and monitoring and evaluation. She has particular interest and experience in HIV and hepatitis C with relation to people who inject drugs, drug policy, treatment preparedness, advocacy, the greater involvement of people living with HIV & AIDS (GIPA) and access to medicines. Before joining the Nossal, Brigitte worked for a Thai PLHIV network coordinating advocacy efforts with regard to GIPA and access to medicine campaigns in addition to providing technical assistance to the regional training initiative and managing capacity building and care and support projects.   


Member of

  • Public Health Association of Australia. member 2013 -
  • People's Health Movement Australia. member- Political Ecology of Health special interest group 2009 -


Selected publications



Education and training

  • MPH, Monash University 2004
  • B. App. Sci, RMIT University 1994