Marietta Anthony, PhD
Marietta Anthony obtained a PhD in Medical Microbiology and Immunology from the UCLA School of Medicine where she conducted research on viruses that cause cancer. She completed a postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of Biological Chemistry at UCLA.
She has worked on health policy at three federal agencies. At the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), Dr. Anthony managed expert panels that developed evidence-based clinical practice guidelines on HIV/AIDS and mammography. At the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), she was the Deputy Director of the Office of Women's Health and also served as director of the FDA women's health research program. At the National Institutes of Health, she was the Director of Research Programs in the Office of Research on Women's Health. After leaving the federal government, Dr. Anthony joined the Department of Pharmacology at Georgetown University Medical Center as Director of Women's Health Research and Assistant Director of the General Clinical Research Center. At The University of Arizona, she was the founder and Director of the National Center of Excellence in Women's Health. She served as chair of the Governor's Commission on the Health Status of Women and Families in Arizona. From 2006 to 2012 she was Director of Women's Health Programs for the Critical Path Institute. She currently is a member of the Board of Directors of AZCERT.
Dr. Anthony's skills are in building programs and her expertise is in women's health and drug development. She has worked on a variety of women's health issues and has served on numerous national committees and advisory boards on women's health.
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