Mrs Liza Haqq

Casual Academic - School of Science and Technology

Liza Haqq

Biography

Liza received her BSc Honours (physiology) with first class honours from UNE. She was awarded APA scholarship to continue her research studies. She is currently doing her Masters of Science with research. Liza also received her BPT (physiotherapy) degree from RGUHS, India. Liza has been involved in demonstration in practical classes since 2016 at UNE. She was employed as a casual lecturer in 2017 in biomedical science.

Qualifications

Hons I (physiology) UNE, Cert IV (physio aid) TAFE, Cert III (fitness), Bachelors of physiotherapy, RGUHS India.

Memberships

Student member of Exercise and sports science Australia (ESSA)

Endocrine society (USA)

Teaching Areas

Lectured in

HHSC157 Science for Nursing: Foundations

Demonstrated in a number of units of biological sciences

ANAT110 Introduction to Human Anatomy

PSIO110 Introductory Human Physiology 1

PSIO120 Introductory Human Physiology

PSIO220 Integrated Physiology

HHSC156 Science for Nursing: Principles

HHSC157 Science for Nursing: Foundations

HSNS263 Nursing Practice on Integrated Care

HSNS265 Nursing Practice: Models of Integrated Care (Renal Physiology)

HSNS367 Nursing Practice: Complex Integrated Care (Endocrinology & Reproduction)

Research Interests

Liza is currently investigating the effects of high intensity interval training on various symptoms (insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome and obesity) in polycystic ovarian syndrome women.

Liza had previously conducted a research on the role of lifestyle interventions and their effects on polycystic ovarian syndrome.

Publications

Select Recent Publications

Haqq, L., McFarlane, J., Dieberg, G. and Smart, N., Effect of lifestyle intervention on the reproductive endocrine profile in women with polycystic ovarian syndrome: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Endocr Connect, 3(1), 36-46. doi:10.1530/ec-14-0010, 2014.

Haqq, L., McFarlane, J., Dieberg, G. and Smart, N., The Effect of Lifestyle Intervention on Body Composition, Glycemic Control, and Cardiorespiratory Fitness in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Int J Sport Nutr Exerc Metab, 25(6), 533-540. doi:10.1123/ijsnem.2013-0232, 2015.

Conference proceedings

Haqq L, D. G., McFarlane JR, Denham J. and Smart NA.,  Effects of high intensity interval training on insulin resistance in women with polycystic ovarian syndrome. In 14th Annual Meeting of the Androgen Excess & Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Society (AE-PCOS Society) Lorne Australia (poster presentation), 2016.

Haqq L, D. G., McFarlane JR, Denham J. and Smart NA.,  The effects of high intensity interval training on insulin resistance in metabolic syndrome. UNE Postgraduate Conference, 17th & 18th January 2017. Armidale NSW, Australia (abstract & presentation), 2017.