Doctor Amanda Wade



Amanda is an infectious diseases physician who completed advanced training at The Alfred and Geelong Hospitals.

Since obtaining her fellowship, she has worked at Barwon Health and taught at Deakin University.

Amanda has an interest in blood-borne viruses and sexually transmitted infections, and has been working in the sexual health and liver clinics at Barwon Health for some years.

Recently she started managing the liver clinic, which provides viral hepatitis services to the area.

She was awarded her PhD in 2018 after investigating models of care for hepatitis C in the era of directly-acting antivirals. Professor Margaret Hellard AM was her primary supervisor.

Amanda’s goal is to increase hepatitis C service provision for those in regional and rural areas.


  • Director, Liver clinic, Barwon Health
  • Infectious diseases physician, Barwon Health


  • 2018: PhD
  • 2008: FRACP (Infectious Diseases)
  • 1999: MBBS (Hons), Monash

Projects (4)

Current (3)

  • Hepatitis C brief reports

  • The elimination of hepatitis C as a global public health threat

  • The QuickStart Study

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2022 (1)

2021 (4)

2020 (5)

2018 (4)

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2007 (2)

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2020 (1)

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