Amy O’Regan is a Research Associate in the Behavioral, Epidemiological & Clinical Sciences division for Global Health, Population and Nutrition at FHI 360. She provides support on a range of research studies in the form of quantitative data analysis, project management, ethics review management and technical writing.
O’Regan is interested in using innovative strategies and statistical techniques to map local contexts and involve target populations in the research process.
Before O’Regan began working at FHI 360, she completed her Masters in Public Health from Columbia University with concentrations in Epidemiology and Global Health. While studying, she completed a number of practical internships, including working as a research assistant at the Foundation for Professional Development in Pretoria, South Africa. Before getting her Masters, O’Regan completed the Public Health Associate Program (PHAP) with CDC, where she managed the STD/HIV and Environmental Health programs at local health departments in rural Arkansas.