Liliana Abreu sociologist, graduated at University of Porto.
PhD Student in Public Health in Medical School of University of Porto.
Developed her PhD project at i3S - Institute for Research and Innovation in Health of University of Porto and Public Health Institute of University of Porto. PhD fellowship from the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (SFRH/BD/78949/2012).
Member of Communication Unit from the i3S from 2011 to 2017.
Member of the research group Health and Society from the Institute of Public Health of University of Porto.
Awarded with a Fulbright Scholarship, in 2016 went to School of Public Health of Harvard University and University of Massachusetts to develop part of her PhD.
PhD research work is currently linked to qualitative methodologies in distributed health literacy of people living with long-term health conditions.
Research fellow at Harvard Medical School Portugal Program, from 2010 to 2012, in the project: “Evaluating the state of public knowledge of health and health information from portuguese population.”
Currently, is a researcher in the project “ENGaGEd – Bionetworking and citizenship in gamete donation”.