Amanda Rojek

Fulford Junior Research Fellow; Clinical Fellow

Amanda Rojek is a Clinical Research Fellow in the Pandemic Sciences Institute. She is a practicing doctor with academic expertise in advancing clinical research during emerging infectious disease outbreaks.

She is experienced in setting-up and conducting research in outbreak and outbreak-prone settings, including in resource-poor settings.
Amanda is a Rhodes Scholar and she obtained an MSc in Global Health and and DPhil from the University of Oxford.  Her work has included frontline clinical research based in Sierra Leone during the Ebola epidemic in west Africa and in refugee camps. She has worked as a government advisor for the COVID-19 pandemic.  Amanda has taught on a number of postgraduate public health programs internationally. She is currently undertaking a portfolio of monkeypox related work, as well as preparatory work for future emerging diseases outbreaks. 


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