Lecturer/ Research Fellow
Health Systems and Populations, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Amalie Dyda completed her PhD in Vaccine Preventable Disease in Older Australian Adults in April 2017 at The University of NSW. She is currently employed as a lecturer at Macquarie University in the Department of Health Systems and Populations. She has previously worked as an infectious disease epidemiologist in several jurisdictions in Australia. Her research interests include infectious diseases, vaccines, data linkage and improving the health of marginalised populations.
Bachelor of Health Science honours, Master of Applied Epidemiology, PhD
- Infectious diseases
- Data linkage
1. Dyda A, Karki S, Hayen A, MacIntyre CR, Menzies R, Banks E, Kaldor JM, Liu B. Influenza and pneumococcal vaccination in Australian adults: a systematic review of coverage and factors associated with uptake. BMC Infect Dis. 2016 Sep 26;16(1):515.
2. Dyda A, MacIntyre CR, McIntyre P, Newall AT, Banks E, Kaldor J, Liu B. Factors associated with influenza vaccination in middle and older aged Australian adults according to eligibility for the national vaccination program. Vaccine. 2015 Jun 26;33(29):3299-305. doi: 10.1016/j.vaccine.2015.05.046.
3. Karki S, Dyda A, Newall A2, Heywood A, MacIntyre CR, McIntyre P, Banks E, Liu B. Comparison of influenza vaccination coverage between immigrant and Australian-born adults. Vaccine. 2016 Dec 7;34(50):6388-6395. doi: 10.1016/j.vaccine.2016.10.012.
Recent Grant Success
NHMRC Postgraduate Scholarship awarded for a PHD, 2013