Dr Amanda Henry
Senior Research Fellow, Women’s Health Senior Lecturer, School of Women’s and Children’s Health, UNSW Obstetrician, St George Hospital, Sydney
PhD MPH FRANZCOG B.Med.(Hons) B.Med.Sci(Hons) DDU (Obstetrics and Gynaecology)
Amanda is a Clinical Academic and Obstetrician, with a clinical practice focussed on high-risk pregnancy at St George Hospital, Sydney.
Her research focus, including her current NHMRC Early Career Fellowship, is on hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, and especially on improving long-term cardiovascular health outcomes for women after a hypertensive pregnancy. Amanda is also an active researcher and research supervisor in the areas of high-risk pregnancy, obstetric ultrasound, and clinical trials, and teaches pregnancy care to both undergraduate and postgraduate students. Amanda has a strong emphasis on collaborative research projects to drive improvements in Women’s Health, and in addition to her role with the George Institute, researches collaboratively with the Sydney Partnerships for Health Education, Research and Enterprise (SPHERE) Maternal, Newborn and Women’s Health Clinical Academic Group, the Obstetric Medicine Research Group at St George Hospital, and medical and midwifery colleagues both locally and nationally.