Amanda Hutchinson joined Flinders University as postdoctoral research fellow in cancer prevention in 2008. Amanda has a Masters of Psychology (Clinical) and a PhD in Psychology. She has a background in neuropsychology and her PhD examined the size and composition of the corpus callosum, a white matter structure in the brain, in young adults with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Although enrolled at the University of Adelaide, she conducted this research as a remote student in the USA at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Her current research is focused on the prevention of chronic diseases such as cancer through behaviours such as diet, exercise and participating in cancer screening.
M Psych (Clinical)
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