Ms Amanda Daluwatta

Research Officer


At NCEPH, Amanda is responsible for a wide variety of tasks that support EPP group projects. Primarily, she assists with research tasks including preparation of manuscripts, literature searches, maintaining EndNote libraries, drafting sections of papers, formatting and online submissions. 

Amanda has a Bachelor of Psychology (with Honours) from the ANU, and has been working at the ANU since December 2016. Additionally, Amanda is currently in the final year of a combined Masters/PhD in Clinical Psychology at Swinburne University of Technology, and is a registered Provisional Psychologist. Her PhD research project is titled "Sri Lankan Australians: Let's Talk about your Mental Health”. Amanda is passionate about developing culturally responsive interventions that have potential for translation into clinical practice.