Office of Research on Women’s Health (ORWH)
Amy Caroline Mistretta, M.P.H.
Amy Mistretta, M.P.H, joined ORWH in 2013. She served most recently at the National Institute on Aging/Division of Behavioral and Social Research as a research program analyst responsible for the management and implementation of the population and social processes initiatives. In that position she analyzed grant projects across multiple disciplines; served as a contracting officer; and managed $6 million annually in interagency agreement and contract commitments. She participated in project planning and workshop development with the National Academy of Sciences, the Census Bureau, Centers for Disease Control and other federal agencies. In addition, Mrs. Mistretta worked with institutions around the world conducting longitudinal studies to better understand the effects of aging on the global population.
Prior to her work at NIH, Mrs. Mistretta was a senior research project coordinator at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Emory University where she was responsible for the management and submission of more than 250 pediatric oncology clinical research trials. While at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, she also served as Business Operations Coordinator managing nursing staff operations for the pediatric hospital unit.
Ms. Mistretta received a B.A. (cum laude) in political science and an M.P.H. with a concentration in health management and policy from Georgia State University.