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Amy Henion, MPH

About Me

Amy Henion, MPH has a background in public health research and epidemiology.  She has worked for the University of Utah, the National Institutes of Health’s Rocky Mountain Laboratories, the American Cancer Society and the CDC. She attended college at the University of Rochester, earning a Biology degree.  Then she earned a Masters of Public Health in epidemiology from Emory University in Atlanta. Amy is a senior research analyst in the University of Utah’s Department of Epidemiology. She works to improve Veteran health as part of the eclectic Trajectories of Resilience, Community and Health (TORCH) team.  Amy is motivated to help improve the lives of veterans by examining the long-term outcomes of military experiences.