Louise Keogh is a health sociologist active in both teaching and research in the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health at the University of Melbourne. She teaches about, and conducts qualitative research in, public health. Her areas of interest include lay and expert understandings of cancer risk, cancer risk management, decision-making about genetic testing for cancer predisposition syndromes, in particular the impact of information about life insurance on uptake of genetic testing.

Dr. Keogh is the lead researcher of the project What do women from iPreventa breast cancer risk tool.