Amy Duhig, PhD
Vice President, Strategic Market Access and Intelligence
I lead teams that help design and conduct primary research and translate evidence into campaigns that compel, inform, and intrigue, all in an effort to drive results.
My experience has been curated through helping lead global health economics and outcomes research departments for pharmaceutical manufacturers within the virology, endocrinology, and neuroscience space. I lead patient-reported outcome selection and development, FDA briefing documentation and HEOR strategic plan development, clinical trial protocol input from Phase II to Phase IV as well as prospective study and retrospective database study design and execution. I also have deep experience working with government agencies such as the FDA and National Institutes of Health to support product development. I have also been published in a number of top-tier journals over the course of my career.
I earned my doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of South Florida and completed my clinical internship at the University of Miami in the Mailman Center for Child Development, where I worked in pediatric transplant, hematology/oncology, and behavior disorders. I completed my post-doctoral fellowship in the psychiatry department at Yale University, focusing on tobacco smoking and alcohol use disorders.