Dr Amy Elizabeth Parry

BA, GradDipPH, MAppEpi, PhD
Deputy Director, Australian FETP
ANU College of Health and Medicine

Areas of expertise

  • Epidemiology 111706
  • Health Information Systems (Incl. Surveillance) 111711
  • Public Health And Health Services Not Elsewhere Classified 111799
  • Social And Cultural Anthropology 160104
  • Disease Surveillance 420202


Amy Parry is an international public health field epidemiologist with experience in both acute and protracted humanitarian response settings. She is a graduate of the Australian field epidemiology training programme (FETP) and has worked on surveillance, response, and FETP support across Asia. Her current research and work focus is on strengthening and supporting applied epidemiology workforce. Amy is the Deputy Director of the Australian FETP, responsible for international partnerships and collaboration.


Researcher's projects

Examination of the epidemiology workforce during emergency response

COVID-19 Involvement Survey for MAE Alumni and Scholars 

Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN): An examination of the Operational Capacity of GOARN Partners within the WHO Western Pacific and South-East Asia Regions 

Current student projects

Puthik Long Hay: Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology, Field Placement - National Institute of Public Health (NIPH), Phnom Penh, Cambodia (2022-2023)

Aaron Osborne: Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology (2023-2024)


Past student projects

Ei Ei Zar Nyi: Master of Philosophy, Thesis title: "Measles Incidence and Measles Vaccine Coverage in South East Asia Region (2017-2021)",(2020-2022)

Zoe Joo: Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology, Field Placement- National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance (NCIRS), Sydney, New South Wales (2021-2022)

Stephanie Main: Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology, Field Placement- Burnet Institute, Melbourne, Victoria  (2020-2021)

Srean Chimm: Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology Field Placement- Institut Pasteur du Cambodge, Phnom Penh, Cambodia (2019-2020)

Stephanie Wheeler: Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology, Field Placement- Hunter New England Population Health Unit, Newcastle, New South Wales (2019-2020)

Keeley Allen: Master of Public Health, Thesis title: "Early epidemiological parameters of the COVID-19 pandemic; a systematic review", (2020)



Projects and Grants

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