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Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor Amanda Jane Vincent
MBBS, B Med. Sci. (Honours),PhD, FRACP.

Head of the Early Menopause Studies, Monash Centre of Health Research and Implementation (MCHRI), Sub-Faculty of Clinical and Molecular Medicine , Monash University; Senior Endocrinologist, Menopause Clinic, Department of Endocrinology, Monash Health; Early Menopause research stream lead, Centre for Research Excellence in Women’s Health in Reproductive Life (CRE WHIRL)

President Australasian Menopause Society 2017-2019, member of Editorial board Climacteric, co-chair of local organising committee for World Congress of the Menopause 2024

Amanda has clinical, research and translation expertise with national and international recognition in the area of menopause. This is demonstrated by her roles as a consultant endocrinologist for 25 years in the multidisciplinary Monash Health Menopause Clinic including the development of the Early menopause, Menopause Oncology and Turner syndrome Long-term care clinics; as an invited speaker at national and international meetings (professional and consumer) including the US Endocrine Society, Asia-Pacific Menopause Society and Australasian Menopause Society; as Past President of the Australasian Menopause Society; as a member of the scientific organising committees of the 2010 Asia Pacific Menopause Federation Congress held in Sydney, Endocrine Society of Australia Annual Scientific meetings 2016-2018, Australasian Menopause Society Congress 2017 (and previously); as Co-chair with Prof Nick Panay of the premature ovarian insufficiency guideline collaboration; as an invited member of the Cancer Australia working group on management of menopause in women with breast cancer; as a member of the editorial board of “Climacteric”; and numerous publications in general and speciality journals.

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