Biostatistician III [C]
Amy received her MS in Statistics and a quantitative certificate in Fisheries Science from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and a BS in Mathematics with a minor in Statistics from the University of Georgia. She has contributed to clinical trials in several areas including, but not limited to, cancer, diabetes, neurodegenerative diseases, inherited diseases, and infectious diseases. In prior roles, she has served as an independent reporting statistician for phase II and III clinical trials and as a statistician for trials focusing on vaccines and antibodies for emerging infectious diseases. At the National Allergy and Infectious Disease Institute, she provides statistical support for extramural and intramural research, and as a part of the Clinical Trials Research Section, her work involves conducting clinical trials in emerging infectious diseases with a special focus on trials in a resource-limited setting.