Amanda Eng

Dr Amanda Eng is a Research Officer at the Centre for Public Health Research. She has been involved with a number of epidemiological studies in the field of occupational health and completed her PhD in occupational epidemiology in 2011. Her doctoral thesis was based on a cross-sectional survey of the general population and involved quantitative analyses of patterns of occupational exposures and health effects in the New Zealand workforce. From November 2011 to January 2013, Amanda was employed as a Research Fellow in Epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in the UK and worked on studies examining mammographic breast density as a determinant of breast cancer risk. Amanda is currently working on a study investigating whether raw milk is protective against asthma and allergies and an international study examining environmental risk factors (including cellphone use) for brain cancer in children and adolescents (the Mobi-Kids study).

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Amanda Eng

Research Fellow

Phone: +64 4 979 3374