Dr Parry is an international public health field epidemiologist and Research Fellow at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health.

Dr Parry has experience in both acute and protracted humanitarian response settings. She is a graduate and staff member of the Australian field epidemiology training program (the Master of Philosophy Applied Epidemiology), with a background in anthropology and public health.

Her areas of interest and research include epidemiology workforce strengthening, outbreaks, public health surveillance, emergency response, and field epidemiology training programs.

Fields of expertise



From Ebola to COVID-19: skilled locals key to outbreak response

Amy Parry arrived at three in the morning – hot, tired and disoriented in crowded Monrovia airport. It…

25 January 2022

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