Amanda E. Ng received her MPH from the Program in Public Health at Stony Brook University in 2019 and subsequently joined the doctoral program at the University of Maryland. Prior to coming to Maryland, Amanda worked as a Research Associate at the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science, where she focused on the evaluation of science communication training programs and increasing the public's understanding of science through audience-based communication. In the realm of public health, Amanda is interested in investigating the role of childhood adversity in the development of chronic disease, resilience factors in the face of adversity, and program evaluation/implementation.
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