Amelia Yazidjoglou is a research assistant with the Epidemiology Policy and Practice group.
In 2018, Amelia graduated from her Masters of Public Health (Advanced) degree at The Australian National University. Her thesis examined the health trade-offs that occur due to time scarcity in students that combined work and study. She is now working in public health working as a research assistant at the Research School of Population Health.
Amelia is also a team member with the Epidemiology for Policy and Practice group at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health working on The E-cigarette Public Health Assessment Study and cardiovascular microsimulations. Working under the supervision of Professor Lyndall Strazdins, Amelia is involved with researching a variety of projects focusing on the impacts of time scarcity on health outcomes and inequalities.