Amanda Veglia


Amanda is a Master of Public Health student at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, studying Occupational and Environmental Health and Public Health Policy. She is also a Canadian Institutes of Health Research Fellow in Public Health Policy. Amanda completed her research practicum at the OCRC, working on the burden of occupational cancer project with a focus on hair dressers and bladder cancer. Her main interests in the area of occupational health include: cancer prevention research, knowledge translation and public health policy analysis and evaluation. Amanda is looking forward to applying her training in public health policy to assist with public health research activities.


  • HBSc (Biology & Environment Resource Studies), University of Waterloo (2012)
  • Graduate Certificate (Clinical Research), Michener Institute (2013)
  • MPH (Occupational and Environmental Health), University of Toronto (in progress)