Ms Goldbaum’s research experience spans several fields, complementing interdisciplinary work and a wide range of domains within public health. Erika’s other former professional roles, particularly those in health promotion, guide her interest in physical activity interventions.
She is a Research Assistant at the Prevention Research Collaboration, where she has worked since 2009. Ms Goldbaum has been involved in a number of program evaluations involving health promotion and disease prevention at local through national levels. She is involved in two program evaluations and a literature review for the Prevention Centre.
Ms Goldbaum holds a Master in Public Health, a Master in Exercise Physiology and a Bachelors Degree in Neuroscience.